Tag Archives: Vicodin

From the Week of April 14th – Pain vs. Pills – Twisted Thinking

“Pain” is an interesting word.  The dictionary definition is different from every person’s personal definition.  The word “pain” brings memories of our last operation, dental visit, paper cut or twisted ankle;  not Webster’s definition. Before the wider availability of opium … Continue reading

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From the 3/18 Show – Zohydro – FDA and Rope a Dope

In 1974 Muhammad Ali pulled off a masterful match against George Foreman in which Ali allowed Foreman to flail away on Ali while he was against the ropes in the ring.  Subsequently, Foreman used up much of his energy without … Continue reading

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From the 3/11 Show – National Rx Drug Abuse Summit – The Train Rolls

I hope the radio show is remembered for the phrase “The Money Train of Drugs”.  The engine is the drug manufacturers, the coal car is the marketing gurus, the passenger compartments include the medical professionals and the caboose includes the … Continue reading

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From the 9/17 Show – A Revealing and Insightful Night Brought to you by Kitson

My thanks to Courtney Saavedra, Director of Operations for Kitson.  The first hour discussed Kitson’s decision to continue selling the t-shirts with the names Adderall, Xanax or Vicodin on the back. Fashion has been used as a symbol for social … Continue reading

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From the 9/3 Show – DON’T BLAME THE PARENTS – BLAME PEPSI

“Taking responsibility” is a familiar theme in today’s world.  The familiarity of the phrase comes from the many public figures and politicians who “take responsibility for their actions” and then continue to live life normally the next day.  “Responsibility” is an … Continue reading

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