Oaksterdam University is offering the seminar – with potential for certification – at Bally’s casino from Aug. 23-26.
A former US Airways baggage claim handler was sentenced this week to 11 years in prison for his role in a violent drug gang including using his position with the airline to help smuggle drugs and money.
A worker at a McDonald’s on the Main Line was doing more than flipping burgers, police say.
A Philadelphia man has admitted his role in a major southern New Jersey drug distribution network.
Ocean County’s prosecutor is warning about the possibility of tainted heroin being sold in the county with a distinctive logo on it.
Pope Francis has come out saying he is strongly against the legalization of recreational drugs.
The task force will be made up of parents, teachers, civic organizations, students, medical professionals, law enforcement and religious leaders, and the Board says it’s already received more than a dozen applications from candidates.
A mother and her boyfriend are facing charges after the woman’s six-year-old daughter allegedly brought 11 packs of heroin into a classroom at Commodore John Barry Elementary School Tuesday.
“The strongest association was found in adults who started marijuana use before age 15,” researchers say.
A naked man, who was high on drugs, punched an officer and tried to steal a police car in South Jersey, police said.
A group of retired NFL players says in a lawsuit filed Tuesday that the league, thirsty for profits, illegally supplied them with risky narcotics and other painkillers that numbed their injuries for games and led to medical complications down the road.
One case is confirmed and several more are thought probable cases attributed to the synthetic opioid.
One of the keys to dealing with drug use in adolescents is to understand that the problem is prevalent across all social classes. No class is immune to addiction.
The research spans 20 years and looked at a sample of nearly 12 million students nationwide.
Think lighting up a joint every now and then is harmless? New research out of Northwestern University and Massachusetts General Hospital/Harvard Medical School appears to dispute that belief.