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  • Fetanyl – The potent street drug affecting Americans all across the country

    February 19, 2019
    According to the Center of Disease Control and Prevention, more than 70,237 Americans died in 2017 from drug overdoses.  Of those individuals that died from a drug overdose, 47,600 of them or approximately 68%, died with opioids in their systems.  Opioid overdoses can occur from prescription opioids, like hydrocodone, oxycodone, and morphine or illegal opioids, like heroin ...
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  • Marijuana Breathalyzer–The new way to detect drivers high on Marijuana

    February 2, 2019
    In a study regarding illicit drugs and driving, over 50% of drug users admitted to driving while high. Driving while under the influence of marijuana can have many negative consequences and potentially lead to death.  Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), the primary active ingredient in marijuana, can affect body movements,  judgment, memory, balance, and coordination—all which are needed to drive safely. A driver’s ...
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  • Benefits of Physician House Calls

    December 27, 2018
    Whether you are seeking help caring for your aging parents or yourself, Mednovations offers many benefits of physician house calls and may be the solution for you!  Our highly skilled medical team is here to support you and your family as you age gracefully.  Here at Mednovations, we understand that not all patients have the ability to ...
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  • Marijuana – The Good Herb or the Bad Drug?

    November 16, 2017
    Marijuana, also known as cannabis, weed, pot or a joint. No matter the term that is most familiar to you, this age-old plant has been known to many cultures and societies for centuries. Surprisingly, although only more recently used for its medicinal properties in the United States, cannabis has been used in countries like India ...
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  • Drug Use in the Workplace Highest in a Decade

    June 1, 2017
    Workplace drug use is on the rise. After years of steadily declining, the percentage of American workers testing positive for drug use has steadily risen and reached a decade-long high in 2015. Some of the nation’s largest drug testing labs have indicated that the positivity rate in 2015 rose to 4 percent—a level not seen ...
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