7/31/2014
Cheerleader death investigated: Dani Cogswell's death a suspected drug overdose

A University of Louisville cheerleader death is being investigated as a possible drug overdose. [...]

7/31/2014
UK Startup Creating Animal-Free Drug Testing

A new UK start-up is developing a unique new method for testing the impact of pharmaceutical drugs on the heart without having to resort to animal testing or early-stage human clinical trials. [...]

7/31/2014
Matt Hasselbeck Is Stoked About His Random Drug Test

Matt Hasselbeck knows his role . He's 38, on the downslope of his career, and backing up one of the league's rising stars, Andrew Luck. [...]

7/31/2014
Fired Miami Beach cop gets job back after blaming cocaine test on sex-aid cream

After Miami Beach Police Detective Reinaldo Casas tested positive for cocaine, he insisted that the drug had been unwittingly absorbed into his blood through an erection-enhancing cream he applied to his genitals. [...]

7/31/2014
There is hope Treatment programs can work

While some addicts choose to get clean on their own accord, some are sent to treatment centers or programs as part of a court order. [...]

7/31/2014
The Problems With Drug Testing

Two investigations document the questionable methods used in many studies, and the lack of oversight the FDA seems to have over the process. [...]

7/31/2014
State seeks to fire social worker accused of using child as 'bargaining tool' in drug deal

A state social worker is facing conspiracy, bribery and official misconduct charges in Lexington after allegedly using a child as a bargaining chip in a drug deal. [...]

7/31/2014
Bonham ISD may enforce a stricter drug testing policy

Daniella is a Bonham native thrilled to be starting her journalism career in Texoma, and telling stories in the area where she grew up. [...]

7/30/2014
UofL looking into drug policy changes after death of cheerleader

She was considered an elite cheerleader and a great athlete for the University of Louisville. [...]

7/30/2014
Can You Fire Employees Who Smoke?

Despite data showing that each smoker costs their employer nearly $6,000 in lost productivity and higher medical costs, employers are still bound by laws when it comes to smoker discrimination. [...]

7/30/2014
Regeneron shares on cholesterol drug test

Shares of Regeneron Pharmaceuticals Inc. jumped in morning trading Wednesday after the biotechnology firm announced its cholesterol drug alirocumab met the company's primary goals in nine Phase 3 tests. [...]

7/30/2014
The NFL's Drug Testing Policy Is Completely Ridiculous

Cleveland Brown's wide receiver Josh Gordon tested positive for marijuana in May, and may face a year-long suspension as a result of multiple positive drug tests. [...]

7/30/2014
Colorado and Washington's Legalized Marijuana, Not So Legal, as Discussed by HR ProFile

Colorado and Washington States Are Pioneering More Than Just How to Produce, Distribute and Sell Legalized Marijuana; Now These States Must Explore the Legal Conundrum That Comes Along With It In light of the legalization of marijuana in Colorado and Washington, companies are navigating uncharted waters as to drug testing protocol for employment ... (more) [...]

7/30/2014
Louisiana Parish Audit Finds Most School Bus Drivers Not Drug-Tested

An internal audit has found that the Caddo Parish school system has been testing far fewer bus drivers than it should for drugs and alcohol. [...]

7/30/2014
Vitor Belfort talks life after ban: 'TRT doesn't give you spinning kicks, uppercuts'

Vitor Belfort says he's fighting "in another dimension" and expects that the removal of TRT will have no impact on him. [...]