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LIBERTY TOWNSHIP, Ohio (WKRC) - The superintendent of Monroe Local Schools provided an update Sunday on four students involved in a crash Friday night on their way to prom.“A number of students that were close to those kids ended up leaving prom and going to the hospital,” said Superintendent Dr. Phil Cagwin.The crash happened on Millikin Road near Butler Warren Road in Liberty Township. Cagwin said early Sunday afternoon one of the students had been released from the hospital.Later in the afternoon, he told Local 12 two more students had been released from the hospital and were recovering at home.One of the students, a 17-year-old girl, remains in the hospital and is currently on life support.Cagwin says he was getting ready to leave his home to head to the prom when the school resource officer called him about the accident.“The mood was very somber,” said Cagwin. “It was so nice to have some of the faculty there because they could relate to teachers they feel close to and have support immediately there at the prom.”Cagwin also said community members have been asking how they can help the families of the students. One family requested privacy at this time and asked that instead of visiting the hospital, people donate gift cards so food can be purchased for the families.Gift cards can be delivered to Monroe High School's office between 7 a.m. and 3 p.m. School officials will make sure they are distributed to the families.The school has also made a support team available to students throughout the week.

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Injecting drugs, also known as “intravenous drug use” or “IV drug use,” is a common way to abuse illicit drugs or even legal prescription drugs. An injection like this is typically (or ideally) done into the vein, but injecting drugs just under the skin, often called “ skin popping ,” is also becoming popular. Users may also miss a vein and end up injecting a drug into the muscle.

Injecting drugs, also known as “intravenous drug use” or “IV drug use,” is a common way to abuse illicit drugs or even legal prescription drugs.

Nearly all drugs can be injected by dissolving pills, powders, or salts into a liquid solution and using a hypodermic needle to get the liquid into a vein. This method is often preferred to ingesting a drug orally due to the fact that injecting a substance gets it to the brain much faster . Taking something orally means that the user must wait for the substance to be digested and absorbed through the intestines before it can get to the brain. This causes the drug to spread out in the system and take significantly longer to produce effects, resulting in a longer but less intense high.

An injected drug, however, needs only to pass through the heart and respiratory system before the oxygenated blood is sent to the brain. This process only takes a couple minutes, and the drug mostly arrives at the brain all at once. This produces what is commonly referred to as a “rush” – an intense feeling of euphoria that may only last for a few seconds before it levels out into the standard high, which is over after around 15-20 minutes. Drug users who prefer injection are therefore much more likely to engage in bingeing behavior, taking more doses immediately after the high wears off.

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Switching to a faster method of drug abuse tends to be a sign of a developing addiction and increases the chance than an addiction will occur. Injection drug use also comes with new and more serious health concerns. Injection is associated with a high chance of contracting a serious disease due to the common practice of sharing needles, exposing users to blood-borne pathogens like HIV and the hepatitis C virus. According to , IV drug use is responsible for around 10 percent of all new HIV cases each year.

Repeated injection of drugs can also lead to other health issues over time. Especially since most IV drug users are not trained medical specialists, it’s easy for them to cause collapsed veins around the preferred area of injection. Although the blood can reroute to other veins, over time, this can result in poor circulation, which is associated with problems like infection and a higher risk of stroke.

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Injecting dissolved prescription medications presents a unique issue as these typically come in pills that often have a protective coating. It’s actually impossible to completely dissolve these, resulting in the injection of tiny particles into the veins. These particles can get stuck and build up in arteries, including around the heart and brain. The particles also tend to wear away at the heart muscle and can increase the chance of an artery rupturing.

Injecting drugs is a particularly risky form of drug abuse and should be avoided. People who find themselves unable to resist the temptation should seek drug addiction treatment services as soon as possible .


Injecting drugsvianeedles can damage more than just internal organs affected by the drug. People who inject drugs, whether with syringes or IVs, can cause many different types of damage to the skin. This can be a result of injecting regularly, using potentially tainted needles, or injecting into fat or muscle by accident due to missing the vein, an error called “skin popping.”This can result in a painful lumpthatcould potentially cut off blood flow to the area.

An article from Medscape describes just some of theotherskin problems that can be caused by repeated drug injections, which include:

Some of the skin problems that result from drug abuse occur because of the drug being used. For example, people who inject meth may sometimes feel a sensation like bugs crawling on their skin, which can cause them to scratch or tear at the skin, resulting in open wounds.This is exacerbated by the fact that meth can destroy the blood vessels near the surface of the skin, resulting in skin damage and inhibiting the body’s ability to heal the skin, as described in a report from Frontline .

When a person is preparing to inject heroin, a small piece of a cotton ball is dropped into the liquid solution to absorb the drug, and then the needle is stuck into the cotton to pull up the liquid from the cotton, rather than from the spoon.

According to the Center for Substance Abuse Research , the reason given for using the cotton is that it helps to filter out any impurities from the drug solution before injecting. However, another reason that some offer is that it simply prevents scraping the needle against the spoon, which can create a rough edge on the needle that can result in damage to the veins or skin when the drug is injected.

The firstanswer to this question is that it is possible for a person to die due toan air bubble in a blood vesselif the bubble cuts off the delivery of blood to the brain. This condition, described by Medical News Today , is called an, anditmost often occurs in deep sea divers who return to the surface too quickly, resulting in air pressure that pushes air bubbles into the bloodstream.

However, as described by a study from the journal , the amount of air needed to create a potentially lethal bubble is fairly high – about 200 ml, which is equivalent to about three-quarters of a cup. For this reason, it’s unlikely that enough air can be injected by the syringes involved in drug use to cause an air embolism.

Nevertheless, there is risk with any injected drug use of a variety of reactions that can cause severe health issues, including death.

Needle exchange programs can help people who are struggling withabuse of injected drugs to at least avoid the problems with shared, reused, or otherwise unsafe needles – at least until the person can get treatment. However, not all states or municipalities allow legal needle exchange. For this reason, it can be difficult to find a safe, legal needle exchange.

Articles like one from VeryWell can help people find needle exchange programs in various parts of the world. In addition, there is a resource called the North American Syringe Exchange Network that provides information about the legality of exchanges in different states and areas, as well as resources to find the exchanges. In places where it is legal, however, the best bet may be to go through an addiction treatment program or through the state, county, or city government – as can be done in King County, WA – to find legitimate, safe programs.

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Based on this biological fact, and to produce a nutritional analysis that mirrors the diet Mother Nature would provide for your dog, ACANA Wild Atlantic is loaded with nourishing fish proteins and oils, while excluding rice, potato and tapioca and long lists of synthetic ingredients found in some dog foods.

*Not recognized as an essential nutrient by the AAFCO Dog Food Nutrient Profiles.




ACANA Wild Atlantic benefits dogs of every breed and size. Just like you, your dog is a unique individual and his feeding requirements will vary with environment, age and activity.

The table below provides a starting point, to be adjusted as needed to maintain optimum weight and peak conditioning. We suggest monitoring your dog’s weight and adjusting amounts as needed. We recommend feeding twice daily and always keeping fresh, clean water available.

ACANA Wild Atlantic Dog is formulated to meet the nutritional levels established by the AAFCO Dog Food Nutrient Profiles for All Life Stages, including growth of large size dogs (70 lb or more as an adult).


Compared to some dog foods, ACANA delivers more calories from protein and fat and less from carbohydrates, promoting your dog’s peak health.


The gray wolf is ancestor to all domestic dogs. While years of breeding has produced hundreds of ‘different looking wolves’, the internal workings of modern dogs and their wolf cousins remain unchanged, so it’s no surprise that their dietary needs remain the same too.

Our award-winning Biologically Appropriate philosophy is simple: mirror the quantity, freshness and variety of meats that dogs are evolved to eat, while limiting the long lists of synthetic ingredients that don’t belong in your dog’s natural diet.

Your dog is biologically adapted for a diet rich in meat. Your dog is anatomically designed to break down protein and fat from meat with her sharp teeth, single hinge jaw, and short digestive tract. That’s why we loaded ACANA Wild Atlantic with 70% wild-caught fish, including whole mackerel, whole herring, whole redfish, silver hake and yellowtail flounder, all sourced from New England’s cold Atlantic waters.

Half of the fish in ACANA Wild Atlantic is authentically fresh so it’s loaded with goodness and taste, The other1/2is dried or oils to provide a strong and natural source of nourishing fish protein and fat.

In nature, your dog’s diet wouldinclude a wide assortment of prey animals that provide all the essential amino acids, vitamins and minerals needed for peak health. ACANA Wild Atlantic features a rich diversity fresh wild-caught fish in richly nourishing WholePreyratios of fish, organs and cartilage to mimic your dog’s natural diet and provide essential nutrients. Thiseliminates the need for long lists of synthetic additives, so we only add zinc and copper.

ACANA is entirely free of pea or potato protein concentrates, commonly substituted for fish protein by many specialty dog foods to reduce costs. Instead, ACANA Wild Atlantic derives itsrich protein content from premium fish ingredients (not plants), to support lean muscle mass and a healthy body weight, as well as nourish your dog according to his evolutionary needs.

Your dog’s natural diet contains almost no carbohydrate at all. That’s why ACANA features fruits and vegetables in limited quantities—meaning no extra non-essential carbohydrate to be stored as body fat.

This helps maintain healthy blood sugar levels, reduces the potential for fat storage, and promotes overall good health.

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