When drugs put baseball in focus
20-April-2008, United States, Los Angeles Times
You've seen the play a million times. Routine ground ball.
First baseman picks up the ball, runs it to the bag for the out, "3U" in your scorebook.
Adam LaRoche picked up the ball, but he did not run.
"I was kind of out of it," he ...
Young, Assured and Playing Pharmacist to Friends
16-November-2005, United States, The New York Times
Nathan Tylutki arrived late in New York, tired but eager to go out dancing. When his friend Katherine K. offered him the Ritalin she had inherited from someone who had stopped taking his prescription, he popped two pills and stayed out all night. ...
Illicit 'Study Drugs' Tempting More Students
02-June-2005, United States, ABC News
Maggie is an "A" student at a top university — highly motivated, and determined to do well.
But when she recently allowed "Primetime Live" cameras to follow her during finals week, she asked not to have her real name or the school she was ...
ADHD Drugs Just Not For Children Anymore
10-May-2005, United States, ABC News
Like dormitories and dining halls, Adderall was something Cory Clair figured he'd leave behind in college. But when he went off the medication and started a new job in January, his mind began wandering at work just as it did in class before he was ...
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