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Salem-News.com (Feb-22-2019 19:13)

FDA at the Root of the Opioid Epidemic

The root has always been at the top (the FDA) ...Now let's do something about it!

(MYRTLE BEACH, SC) - pharma In my 17 years of writing and speaking of the ever worsening prescription opioid epidemic, I have maintained that the root of the epidemic is at the top -- the FDA.

Purdue Pharma, maker of the highly addictive and dangerous opioid, OxyContin unleashed a holocaust of deaths and addictions by working with the FDA to win approval for long-term use of opioids -- in particular OxyContin.

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Salem-News.com (Feb-22-2019 18:12)

6 Trendy Mother-of-the-Bride Hairstyles in 2019

Wedding season is just ahead! Here are some great hair-do's to choose from.

(SALEM, Ore.) - hair style A mother is a key person in any wedding. She often is the one handling a multitude of tasks, including preparing the guest list, helping decide the theme and choice of venue for the wedding, flower girls and attendants, and of course, selecting the mother-of-the-bride attire.

She might ignore wearing a signature hairstyle for the wedding as she remains busy in fulfilling all these responsibilities. But a good hairstyle can change the whole look, and can be easily accomplished.

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Salem-News.com (Feb-20-2019 20:57)

Salem Man Sentenced to 6 Years in Prison for Dealing Meth and Cockfighting

Aispuro’s ranch in Scio, Oregon revealed more 200 roosters being raised and trained for fighting.

(PORTLAND, Ore.) - cock fighting Arturo Aispuro, of Salem, Oregon, was sentenced today to 78 months in federal prison and 5 years’ of supervised release for conspiring to distribute methamphetamine. He also received a concurrent sentence of 60 months for abusing hundreds of roosters.

Aispuro was a member of a drug trafficking conspiracy operating in and around Salem. In April 2017, with the assistance of a co-conspirator, Aispuro sold 882 grams of methamphetamine to a confidential informant in Milwaukie, Oregon. In May 2017, law enforcement intercepted Aispuro while he was transporting 442 more grams of meth for distribution.

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Salem-News.com (Feb-20-2019 11:36)

The Value of an MBA Degree for PMP Certified Professionals

An MBA degree and the right skillset should be able to draw the best offers your way.

(SALEM, Ore.) - project management Project Manager is a generalized term when referring to one responsible for managing projects effectively. The actual job description depends completely on which field one works in. Technical and construction fields, for instance, would need a basic degree in engineering.

Those entering the IT field would require a basic degree and so on. However, the MBA degree is valuable in your toolkit as you learn how to manage projects.

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Salem-News.com (Feb-19-2019 14:20)

Oregon Offshore Oil Drilling Ban Passes Senate

Coastal oil drilling would negatively affect environment and coastal economy

(SALEM, Ore.) - Pacific Ocean, Oregon An offshore drilling ban on the Oregon Coast is moving forward in the Oregon Legislature. Senate Bill 256 would make the state’s existing ban on exploration and drilling for oil off the Oregon coastline permanent.

“This bipartisan legislation builds on our state’s proud history of coastal protection...It also protects our existing coastal economy from potential future perils. This bill reflects the Oregon Way that we embrace in coastal communities.”

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Salem-News.com (Feb-19-2019 13:35)

Lebanon Firefighters Battle Large Shop Fire

Explosions could be heard due to the storage of acetylene, propane and gas tanks.

(LEBANON, Ore.) - Lebanon fire The Lebanon Fire District responded to a structure fire today at 1046 F Street in Lebanon. Crews arrived on scene to a large shop being consumed by a fully involved fire.

The initial incident commander called for a second alarm to request additional units from neighboring fire districts as crews immediately began extinguishment efforts.

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Salem-News.com (Feb-19-2019 12:13)

Online or Mail Order Pharmacy in the U.K: Everything You Should Know

First tip: Only shop from an MHRA-registered online pharmacy

(SALEM, Ore.) - online pharmacy Online pharmacies can either operate as an extension of a stationary pharmacy, hospital, or as an independent entity. One thing in common to all, they offer a more convenient way for patients to order prescriptions. Are online pharmacies legal? Are they safe? These are questions answered in this article.

More than 2 million residents of the U.K. buy drugs via online pharmacies. Online pharmacies are considered more convenient by many because it fundamentally removes the need for traveling to a drugstore.

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Salem-News.com (Feb-18-2019 23:43)

Chronic Pain and Opioid Use Disorder are Not Diseases

Senator Lamar Alexander, Were you duped by the U.S. Pain Foundation?

(MYRTLE BEACH, SC) - Insys Therapeutics The hearing “Managing Pain During the Opioid Crisis” was chaired by U.S. Senator Alexander. He arrived on the Senate floor laying on a cot and at the point of testimony, transferred to sitting in a chair.

Alexander said chronic pain and opioid use disorder are distinct and separate diseases. No, Senator Alexander, chronic pain is not a disease -- it is a symptom of a physical or psychological problem that needs to be properly diagnosed by a physician. Opioid use disorder is just that -- it is a disorder -- not a disease.

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Salem-News.com (Feb-18-2019 21:50)

What Makes Massachusetts Education System So Successful

Well-developed adults ensure the long-term vitality and health of the nation’s economies, communities, and civic societies.

(SALEM, Ore.) - Massachusetts education Ranking the education system from all around the world is an extremely hot topic which researchers are focusing on, due to its importance.

Offering the minimum necessary education to young generations is extremely important in order to be able to compare the equal or less equal opportunities for the development of the young generations.

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Salem-News.com (Feb-16-2019 01:46)

Oregon Wildlife Center Makes National News With Unusual Gift Idea

"Ex's" find their names assigned to salmon and eaten by bears.

(SALEM, Ore.) - wildlife images In honor of Valentine’s Day, Wildlife Images came up with a highly original idea to get some extra donation money from the public, and have some fun doing it.

Specifically, they invited spurned, jilted or otherwise unlucky-in-love individuals to have salmon named after their ex-partners, and then fed to the Center’s two brown bears, Kodi and Yak.

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