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WRTV Indianapolis Feds link local deaths to pain clinic doctor Muncie Star Press The Indiana attorney general's office on Monday filed a petition with the Medical Licensing Board of Indiana, asking that Hedrick's license to practice medicine be suspended. Hedrick "engaged in a course of conduct that jeopardizes patient safety ... Court docs: 8 patients fatally overdosed while in Muncie doctor's careFox 59 State seeking license suspension for Indiana pain clinic doctor over ...Daily Journal Agencies serve search warrant at Centers of Pain Reliefwlfi.com WRTV Indianapolis all 37 news articles »
Wednesday, October 22, 2014 - Parents who lost son share importance of Lifeline Law - Muncie Star Press
Muncie Star Press Parents who lost son share importance of Lifeline Law Muncie Star Press That's what Delaware County Prosecutor Jeff Arnold told a crowd of several hundred at the beginning of this year's Red Ribbon Week Community Breakfast on Tuesday at the Horizon Convention Center. Presented by the Delaware County Prevention ... It's all ...
azcentral.com Court: Marijuana law doesn't give DUI immunity azcentral.com The Arizona Court of Appeals on Tuesday ruled the state's medical marijuana law doesn't give drivers immunity from prosecution if there is marijuana or its chemical compound in the body. In December 2011, Travis Lance Darrah, a medical marijuana user, ... Medical marijuana users can face DUI charges even if they are unimpairedPhoenix Business Journal Court: Arizona medical marijuana law doesn't provide DUI immunityKTAR.com Arizona appeals court rules medical marijuana no defense to DUI chargeJURIST Arizona Capitol Times -KFYI all 45 news articles »
Avera Medical Minute AMcK: Using art to calm and cope KSFY After graduating from South Whidbey High School Jake heard the call of the Midwest and moved to South Dakota to attend the University of Sioux Falls. It was there that Jake took his first steps into broadcasting starting as a radio host for the school ...
Wednesday, October 22, 2014 - More California patients fight insurers' claims of medical necessity - Long Beach Press Telegram
More California patients fight insurers' claims of medical necessity Long Beach Press Telegram More California patients fight insurers' claims of medical necessity. Delorian Cole, 10, was diagnosed with a condition called "virginal mammary hypertrophy." Her insurance company says the doctor prescribed injections that are "medically unnecessary. and more »
NBC 6 South Florida Florida medical marijuana debate (Part 2) WESH Orlando ... BECAUSE OF THE PREVIOUS SEGMENT SAYING ANY OTHER MEDICAL CONDITION. THAT REALLY CAN'T BE FIXED. THE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTHS MATES THAT THERE'S GOING TO BE ALMOST 1800 POT SHOPS IN THE STATE OF FLORIDA. Final 2014 Debate Addressed Medical MarijuanaNBC 6 South Florida John Morgan and SWFL Sheriff debate medical marijuanaWink News Medical Pot Makes Florida a Battleground StateCourthouse News Service MiamiHerald.com -WFLA -WPTV all 34 news articles »
Wednesday, October 22, 2014 - RI man who fought off Ebola feels 'blessed to be alive' - Boston Globe
Boston Globe RI man who fought off Ebola feels 'blessed to be alive' Boston Globe OMAHA -- The second Ebola patient to be treated at Nebraska Medical Center was discharged from the hospital's biocontainment unit Wednesday, and reunited with family from Rhode Island. Ashoka Mukpo, 33, who grew up in Providence, was declared ... 2nd Ebola patient at Nebraska Medical Center expected to leave hospital todayKearney Hub Omaha Ebola patient will be released from the Nebraska Medical CenterKTIV Freelance cameraman free of Ebola, can leave Nebraska hospitalCNN Slate Magazine (blog) -Scottsbluff Star Herald -Roanoke Times all 729 news articles »