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Roadside Saliva Tests Raise Privacy, Practical Concerns

Heady Vermont - 52 minutes ago
Vermont lawmakers are considering legislation to allow roadside saliva testing for drug impairment, in the context of marijuana legalization, but it's unclear if such a regime would be affordable...

Big truckload carriers ask FMCSA for hair drug testing

FreightWaves - 18 hours ago
Big trucking carriers want the FMCSA to allow hair drug screenings in lieu of the required urinalysis for truck drivers for two reasons: hair testing is less expensive for the carrier and drug...

White Birch Market Estimated to Expand at a Robust CAGR over 2017

2025 - 1 day ago
The white birch is the medium-sized tree that can be 25 meters tall which can is often administered as the natural medicine treatment because it helps in excretion of fluids and promote metabolic...

Higher learning: the power of the people; just ask someone

Dawson Creek Mirror - 2 days ago
First hand testimonials that have given witness to the medicinal truths of cannabis. Licensed producer partners give their dedication in supporting this natural medicine, and providing access to the...

A $17850 urine test: Industry boom amid opioid epidemic

CNN - 2 days ago
Mendez said pain doctors agree that extensive urine testing is "the best course of action" and that a lab "is not in the position" to question tests ordered by a doctor. Urine...

Warning of potential harm to liver associated with the natural medicine Arthrem

New Zealand Doctor Online - 2 days ago
Medsafe is advising members of the public taking the dietary supplement Arthrem of a potential risk of harm to the liver. Arthrem is marketed as a 'dietary supplement used to relieve joint pain...

My Turn: Consumer Reports is off-base on Natural Medicine

Concord Monitor - 4 days ago
I had not yet received the March issue, which to my dismay has a front-page headline, “The Health Risks of 'Natural' Medicine”. My friend knows I'm an avid supporter of our local...

This College Student Was Charged $17850 for a Drug Test She Didn't Need

Money Magazine - 5 days ago
Mendez said pain doctors agree that extensive urine testing is “the best course of action” and that a lab “is not in the position” to question tests ordered by a doctor. Urine testing for...

Pain Hits After Surgery When A Doctor's Daughter Is Stunned By $17850 Urine Test

Kaiser Health News - 5 days ago
Sunset's billings “are in line with the charges of competing out-of-network labs in the geographical area,” lab attorney Justo Mendez said in an emailed statement. Mendez said pain doctors...