"As president of the ADA, I call upon dentists everywhere to double down on their efforts to prevent opioids from harming our patients and their families," said ADA President Joseph P. Crowley, D.D.S. "This new policy demonstrates ADA's firm commitment to help fight the country's
The Center for Disease Control is urging people to stop consuming any brand of kratom because of the risk of salmonella contamination. The CDC says the contamination has impacted more than 87 people nationwide, with eight of the people affected are from the tri-state.
Kavakaze on Call Street is "in the moment" as they say.
Kava, AKA kava kava, or the other way around, anyway, is a small shrub that grows apparently everywhere in the South Pacific that is not industrialized (will become self-explanatory). Kava is consumed in the form
A public backlash to the DEA's announcement was swift and furious; citizens wrote to politicians, petitioned the White House, and talked to the media about what they saw as an infringement on their right to use a helpful plant.
Researchers expressed concern that the study of
According to the FDA, kratom should be banned for its opioid-like qualities, its potential deadliness, and its link to 23 salmonella poisonings across the country.
Let’s break down all of these falsehoods.
First, regulation is the better approach than banning. Kratom users won’t go away if it’s
BISMARCK—The North Dakota Department of Health is reporting the state's first case of salmonella infection linked to the consumption of kratom, a botanical substance, which was purchased online.
There have been 40 cases in 27 states, including one case in both North Dakota and Minnesota, according