Scientists at The Scripps Research Institute (TSRI) have achieved a major milestone toward designing a safe and effective vaccine to both treat heroin addiction and block lethal overdose of the drug.
The first formulation of the heroin vaccine was developed in 2013 by a team led by Kim D. Janda, PhD, the Ely R. Callaway Jr. Professor of Chemistry and member of the Skaggs Institute for Chemical Biology at TSRI. It has been shown to be effective — and safe — in both mouse and non-human primate models.
Michael Avenatti tweeted that it happened at a strip club; he says she’s charged with “allowing a customer to touch her while on stage in a non-sexual manner”
Franklin County Municipal Court documents show Daniels was arrested by Columbus police and is scheduled for arraignment Friday morning.
Avenatti told the AP the arrest was “a set up.” He told WBNS he has “reason to believe it was politically motivated. There’s no question these officers were undercover at that strip club. They knew my client would be performing there and I find this to be a complete waste of resources.”
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (WCTV) — Academy Sports + Outdoors says it’s just following corporate policy, but the store is facing backlash for its decision to fire former manager, Dean Crouch, for tackling a man who tried stealing a gun.
The Facebook page of our sister-station in Tallahassee is flooded with comments from viewers saying they believe Crouch did the right thing, and he shouldn’t lose his job over it.
Brussels (CNN)President Donald Trump said Thursday in an unscheduled news conference that all NATO members have agreed to increase their defense spending after he told them he was “extremely unhappy.”“Everyone has agreed to substantially up their commitment. They’re going to up it at levels that they never thought of before,” Trump said.
A building employee found a woman stuffed in a trash compactor in the complex at about 5 p.m. Tuesday, according to the New York Police Department.
A resident of the building, 48-year-old Lara Prychenko, was unconscious and unresponsive, police said.
A homeless man is offered a job by a company boss, prompting other offers of help.
Ryan Davidson, 25, has been looking for permanent housing for two years. He told BBC News he now had hope for the future.
“James was walking past me, so I asked him for spare change,” he said.
“He stopped and seemed like a genuine, nice guy.
“We chatted for a while and then he said he had a company and could offer me a job – I couldn’t believe it.”