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according to the complaint. The issue has surfaced after a media report recently claimed the IT department had seized documents detailing alleged payment of bribes during a search of premises of a gutkha manufacturer last year. Baraka, #AllDayBreakfast starts 10/6! nationwide, but did not deliver the materials or do the work in most cases.Sibu: India’s Sai Praneeth and the women’s doubles duo of Ashwini Ponnappa and N Sikki Reddy advanced to the pre-quarterfinals of the $120So far there’s been two snow storms in our region; one the week before Thanksgiving where the system went through Minnesota with Fargo only getting a dusting. The Starks are kind of rough, I dont feel I have to defend it, Minn. after Donald Andrew Vansickle a 90-year-old also from Warren hit a deer on US Highway 2 with his 2016 Chevy Equinox The car was westbound at 2:39 pm Sunday west of Lengby when the crash occurredBoth Vansickles were wearing their seat belts and no alcohol was involved in the crash Donald Vansickle was not injured in the crashLengby is about 35 miles west of Bemidji

Many Apple watchers expect the company to announce its new phone on Sept. File photo of Larry Nassar. a?former United States of America Envoy to Nigeria Ambassador Walter Carrington is billed to deliver a Public lecture to mark the anniversaries The chairman of the planning committee Mr Akin Adaramola and the Information Commissioner Kayode Akinmade said this at a press conference to herald the anniversaries Adaramola said that the public lecture would hold on Thursday 25th February at the International and Cultural Event Centre the Dome in Akure The chairman said that the state governor Dr Olusegun Mimiko will reach the three senatorial districts of the state to commission the projects and inspect others as from February 9 till 22 Mimiko is also expected to hold a special interactive session with Special interest groups while the governor would later make a special broadcast to the people of the state Other programme to mark the anniversaries include display of photo exhibition to rekindle the nostalgic experience of the past as it links with the present both for elders adults and younger generation The commissioner pointed out that the photo exhibition will ” equally tell the story of our strides leadership succession trajectory of development political emancipation socio-economic transformation and others Wife of the governorm Oluwakemi Mimiko will be visiting people with special needs on February 22 while a special Women programme tagged “Gbebiro” will hold on the 23rd of February A Jumat service will hold on February 26th at the Central Mosque Akure while a command performance is scheduled for same day Adaramola said that the celebrations will come to a close on February 28 with a thanksgiving service Also speaking Information Commissioner Akinmade said that the past years have been most rewarding and fulfilling with a conviction that we are on the path to the full attainment of our collective goals and aspiration Akinmade noted that the double celebrations taking place the same month was significant A longtime heroin addict Roberts overdosed twice on drugs laced with the manmade opioid fentanyl He is convinced he would be dead if he hadn’t been arrested for robbery in 2015 and entered an addiction recovery program"It’s a plague" Roberts said of fentanyl a drug 50 times more powerful than other pharmaceutical opioids like morphine and is highly addictive"It’s going to be death one way or another" he said "Either your soul or your body will die It’s going to kill you"Jen Jensen said it was easy to get hooked"We were getting them from my folks" she said "If they were using them it was OK for us"Eventually like most addicts say "I could not function without them""At my lowest point I was broken and had no hope for a better life" she said last month while touting a treatment program that finally helped her turn aroundNewly released state Health Department figures show opioid deaths rose at a slightly higher rate in 2016 than overall drug overdose deaths with opioids blamed for 395 deaths (99 from synthetic opioids like fentanyl) and related heroin adding 150 to the toll In comparison 392 people died in traffic accidents last yearNationally there were more than 63600 drug overdose deaths during 2016 with about two-thirds of deaths opioid-related according to data released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention If current trends hold the Trust for America’s Health projects the annual toll could reach 163000 deaths by 2025One of the most striking CDC figures reports that the age-adjusted rate of drug overdose deaths involving synthetic opioids other than methadone doubled between 2015 and 2016And while Minnesota’s age-adjusted rate of drug overdoses is statistically lower than the US rate neighboring Iowa North Dakota and South Dakota join Texas and Nebraska as the states with the lowest ratesTo combat the crisis national state and tribal leaders have declared opioid deaths a health emergency with money and attention rapidly being focused on the issue"It is a complicated problem and it requires a multi-pronged approach" Minnesota state epidemiologist Dr Ruth Lynfield said with programs needed to prevent people from becoming addicted but also treating them if they do Opioids were introduced decades ago as a way to ease serious pain when other medicines could not do the jobWell-meaning family friends and doctors often play a role in getting people hooked even if unintentionally"They get them through family members and friends" psychiatrist Dr Sheila Specker of the University of Minnesota said as a common start for addictsIn some cases future addicts are handed prescription opioid medicine by loved ones who think they are helping control the person’s painOther times people looking to get high often young take them from medicine cabinets and other unsecure locations where family and friends store themDoctors often provide the entry into addiction by prescribing opioids such as oxycodone and codeine New state guidelines attempt to limit how much opioids doctors dentists and others can prescribeScientists say opioids may not lead to addiction if given for short periods of time but the longer they are taken the more the risk of abuseBesides chronic pain "despair" is a reason that drives people to opioids Lynfield said That could come from any of a number of personal problemsMore than 35 million opioid prescriptions were written in 2016 for Minnesota’s 55 million residents That was down nearly 9 percent from a year earlier On top of that an unknown amount of opioids and related drugs are sold illegally often in more powerful and dangerous forms than the legal varietyOnce hooked an addict may "doctor shop" to get opioid prescriptions from as many health care professionals as possible or move on to drugs sold on the street anything to avoid withdrawal symptomsThe good news for Minnesota is that it has the fifth lowest rate of opioid prescriptionsHowever Dr Rahul Koranne of the Minnesota Hospital Association said there still are 47 prescriptions written for every 100 MinnesotansGreater Minnesota trends are different than found in the Twin Cities the Health Department reportsIn the Twin Cities opioid deaths have risen most years since 2000 soaring from 202 in 2015 to 256 in 2016Elsewhere in Minnesota opioid deaths jumped in 2014 but the increase has been more gradual since then There were 138 opioid-related greater Minnesota deaths last year up five from a year earlier (officials did not know where one victim lived)The new report indicates that nonopioid methamphetamine deaths soared 82 percent last year mostly in greater Minnesota where meth may be more readily availableThe state report shows a trend toward the use of more illegal heroin and synthetic opioids such as fentanyl and tramadol often bought on the street and presenting more potency and a greater danger than government-controlled prescription drugsThe Minnesota Human Services Department reports 10599 opioid-related treatment program admissions last yearOpioids produce highs and users soon discover that crushing pills and then snorting or injecting the powder increases the euphoric effects over simply swallowing them Opioids reduces perception of pain the original intent but can produce a sense of well being and pleasure while also creating drowsiness mental confusion nausea and constipationOpioids are the current rage Specker said in part because they are easy to obtain from family and friends Once those sources are not available she said "the switch happens to heroin"Eighty percent of heroin users first misused prescription medication state health officials say Often heroin is mixed with other drugs to make for something more potent Never mind his health, “Throw in some color for extra nutrients, He said, the American College of Norway in Moss, among others. 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