Dr Michael Givens DC, CME

Month: November 2018

Top 10 Most Imaginative Justifications for FAILED Drug Tests

For employers, drug and alcohol testing is a valuable part of employment screening both before and after hire. While employers may feel that passing a drug and alcohol test is simple, some applicants feel differently. However, some applicants and employees fail the tests. And instead of choosing to be honest about their drug and alcohol …

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Is There A Difference Between Generic And Branded Drugs?

Generic drugs do not differ drastically from their branded equivalents. All drugs are carefully regulated in exactly the same way to ensure they have the exact amount of active ingredient alongside suitable inactive ingredients and are manufactured and produced in a very similar method. The generic drug ought to be shown to be bioequivalent to …

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6 Reasons You Need To Be Taking D.O.T. Compliance Seriously

The DOT is not bent on making your daily life difficult. Sure, sometimes it seems like the guidelines are stupid and are only around to make life more difficult for you. But the majority of the rules are there to safeguard your drivers and others from preventable accidents. Profits are important, but absolutely nothing is …

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What is Post-Accident Drug Testing?

Post-accident drug testing is an important factor in determining whether drugs and/or alcohol were used by an individual involved in an accident. Since property damage or personal injury may result from accidents, testing following an accident is often used by employers to prove their employee was not using drugs and/or alcohol.  It is important to establish objective …

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