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CATCHING A KILLER: Why it's tough to nail serial murderers

CATCHING A KILLER: Why it’s tough to nail serial murderers

The 67-year-old serial killer pleaded guilty on Tuesday to the murders of … likened the difficulty in catching serial killers to an addiction for cops. … And the idea of serial killers roaming the highways and byways of North America …
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Nicotine Addiction Treatment Market Trends and Forecast to 2025- Industry Analysis by Regions …

The global Nicotine Addiction Treatment market is valued at xx million US$ in … The report covers the analysis and forecast of the Nicotine Addiction …
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‘Mr. Magazine’ Hopes to Donate Collection to Future Magazine Museum

However, it’s an addiction with an end goal, Husni said. … “It’s a big segment of American media, but people either focused on newspapers or …
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Huge rise in Americans taking anxiety drug Valium for PAIN amid crackdown on opioid prescriptions

Benzodiazepines have side effects that are eerily similar to opioids, including the potential for addiction and suppressed breathing. There is also little evidence they work as a good alternative for pain. (Source: the Mail online | Health)MedWorm Message: Have you tried our new medical search engine? More powerful than before. Log on with your social media account. 100% free.
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‘Easy money,’ sales reps’ attention drove doc to write unneeded Insys scripts

A doctor convicted of writing unnecessary prescriptions for a highly addictive opioid manufactured by a Chandler company admitted in court he loved the “easy money” and attention lavished on him by the drugmaker’s attractive sales representatives.

That’s according to a Bloomberg report on the latest details from the ongoing trial of Insys Therapeutics founder John Kapoor and other former executi
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