The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) simultaneously notified makers of popular caffeinated alcoholic beverages that such products are unsafe, unapproved, and misleadingly marketed, The Washington Post reported Nov. 17. Large brewers like Anheuser-Busch and MillerCoors stopped selling similar caffeinated alcoholic beverages in 2008, after several states’ attorneys general argued […]
Pyramid Healthcare operates several drug and alcohol programs throughout the State including Western Pennsylvania. The facilities in Western Pennsylvania include: Ridgeview Adolescent Behavioral Health Center in Gibsonia an inpatient teen drug and alcohol program Foundations Medical Services in Butler a methadone clinic Southside Outpatient in Pittsburgh servicing both adults and adolescents Transitions an adult inpatient drug […]
Foundations Medical Services Methadone Maintenance Treatment Foundations Medical Services is a Pyramid Healthcare program, that can help you or a loved one overcome addiction to heroin and other opioids, including OxyContin. If you or someone you know is struggling with opioid dependence Foundations can help you cope with both the physical and emotional/psychological addiction. Treatment through group, individual, […]
Bold Board: Pa. Asks Distributors to Pull Alcoholic Energy Drinks November 3, 2010 News Summary Citing numerous cases of alcohol poisoning in states across the country, the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board has formally asked the state’s 17,000 licensed beer distributors to stop selling high-alcohol energy drinks that are popular among college students.
The Next Student Health Problem? October 18, 2010 Three beers, a can of Red Bull and a large espresso: no big deal, many college students might say. Three beers, a can of Red Bull and a large espresso times three or four, and they still might tell you they’re not intoxicated. Therein lies the danger […]