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Vaccinated New York grandmother gets prescription to hug her granddaughter
It's been a lonely year for Evelyn Shaw, who hasn't been able to hug — or even see — her family members because of the pandemic. The grandmother from Bronx, New York, has finally been vaccinated, but was still wary about seeing her grandkids.
Study: One-third of US teens, young adults misuse prescription drugs
Almost one in three teens and young adults who take prescription stimulants or tranquilizers misuses the drugs for recreational purposes in the US, according to a study published by Family Medicine & Community Health.
Antibiotics often sold without prescription in retail pharmacies in China
It is easy to obtain antibiotics without prescription in retail pharmacies in China, even though selling antibiotics without a prescription conflicts with regulations, a study published in the open access journal Antimicrobial Resistance & Infection Control suggests.
Children who struggle to focus in class should be given 'prescription video games'
Children who struggle to concentrate in the classroom should be given a ‘personalized prescription’ of video games to boost their performance, a leading neuroscientist has claimed.
Small over-prescription of opioids increases risk of abuse
Research from the University of Pennsylvania shows that over-prescribing of even small amounts of opioids for minor injuries can increase risk of long-term use.
Prescription testosterone gets new warning
The labels on prescription testosterone will now carry a new warning about the serious health risks that have been linked with abuse of these products.
Help end prescription drug abuse by raiding your cabinets
National Drug Take Back Week is underway in the US and metro area law enforcement agencies are at the forefront of efforts to keep prescription drugs out of the hands of criminals.
US prescription drug abuse rising
In some ways, Americans have changed their drug habits for the better in recent years. But even with those encouraging changes, a new vice has emerged that could present an even bigger danger to its users: prescription drugs. An estimated 2.4 million Americans used prescription drugs nomadically for the first time in 2010, according to the National Survey on Drug Use and Health (NSDUH). And most abusers start the habit in their teenage years.
Report:  50% of people in England on prescription drugs
Official figures released by the UK’s Department of Health show that nearly half of the population in England are regularly taking prescription drugs.
Drug spending to hit a dubious milestone
Everyone get your wallets out, because you're about to be paying more for your prescription medicines!
Drug take-back day keeps medicine from abusers
They seem benign enough, those old pills just sitting in their plastic bottles on a shelf in the medicine cabinet. In many cases, they are not.

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