Marijuana Use Among Teens Declining Even as it is Legalized

March 21st, 2016

Marijuana Use Among Teens Declining Even as it is Legalized

Marijuana Use Among Teens Declining Even as it is Legalized Those against the legalization of marijuana either for medical or recreational use may not be pleased with the latest statistics on the use of marijuana. As the country moves toward legalization, it appears that fewer teenagers are ...

What Makes Drinking Games So Dangerous?

February 29th, 2016

What Makes Drinking Games So Dangerous?

What Makes Drinking Games So Dangerous? We’ve all heard about the different drinking games that young adults (and sometimes older adults as well) get involved in. Beer pong, is one of the most common drinking games, but there are plenty of them out there, from drinking every time that something ...

Will Breathalyzer Tests Become Standard for Illegal Drugs?

August 10th, 2015

Will Breathalyzer Tests Become Standard for Illegal Drugs?

What about a breathalyzer tests for drug use? Technology has really leapt forward when it comes to testing people who may be under the influence of illegal drugs. Obviously, when you’re pulled over for a DUI, you’re going to get a breathalyzer test in order to see what your blood alcohol level ...

Why Do People Turn to Alcohol?

June 8th, 2015

Why Do People Turn to Alcohol?

Alcoholism is an issue that many deal with in our country, and there are a lot of reasons that it ends up coming up. Why do people struggle with alcohol use and abuse so much? What are the main factors that fall into this problem? Let’s take a closer look so that we can understand […]

Keeping the Family Together During Drug Treatment

April 30th, 2015

Keeping the Family Together During Drug Treatment

One of the things that holds many people back from committing to an in-patient or long term residential program is wondering what will happen to their families while they are away. Unless you have other family members, or a spouse or partner that is willing to step in and assume all the ...

The Blame Game Doesn’t Fix Addiction

February 25th, 2015

The Blame Game Doesn’t Fix Addiction

Many people assume that, because using drugs is a conscious choice, that it is the person’s fault that they are trapped in the addiction. Yes, even though they have played a role in the whole thing, that doesn’t mean that blaming them for the problem, is going to make it any better. Instead, we ...

Using Art and Music to Get Sober

January 5th, 2015

Using Art and Music to Get Sober

Not all of the treatment at a drug program is centered on directly talking about drugs and addiction. Many of them also incorporate art and music therapy too. Depending on where you go and which program you are involved in, the offerings for these complementary therapies can be very broad. It ...

The Dangers of Mixing Drugs

January 21st, 2014

The Dangers of Mixing Drugs

Combining drugs and alcohol can increase one's risk of devastating health effects.

Confronting a Functional Alcoholic

December 31st, 2013

Confronting a Functional Alcoholic

Confronting someone with an alcohol problem can be one of recovery's most difficult aspects.

Am I an Alcoholic?

December 4th, 2013

Am I an Alcoholic?

The line between a moderate drinker and an alcoholic can appear blurry and difficult to define.

Drinks in Disguise: Britain’s Safer Substitute

November 12th, 2013

Drinks in Disguise: Britain’s Safer Substitute

Imagine a world without hangovers, alcoholism, drunk driving, and the health risks of binge drinking. It sounds too good to be true, but it’s not. Scientists in Britain are designing a cocktail drug that mimics the effects of alcohol, but spares drinkers the dangerous and unpleasant side ...

Staying Safe This Halloween

October 31st, 2013

Staying Safe This Halloween

October is the fourth-booziest month of the year, following the libation-heavy holidays of July, November, and December. Of course, the vast majority of October’s alcohol consumption falls on Halloween and its surrounding weekend nights, when many teens and adults venture out for tricks ...

Russian Chimp Sent to Rehab for Alcohol and Cigarette Addiction

September 11th, 2013

Russian Chimp Sent to Rehab for Alcohol and Cigarette Addiction

A chimpanzee named John has been successfully treated for alcohol and nicotine dependency , reports the The Daily Mail. After observing and replicating the habits of gamblers while working as a mascot at Space, one of the biggest casinos in Russia, the chimp continued his high rollers taste at ...

Mummified Inca Children Reveal Dark, Drug-Filled Secrets

July 31st, 2013

Mummified Inca Children Reveal Dark, Drug-Filled Secrets

In 1999, archaeologists made a startling discovery. On the summit of Llullaillaco, a volcano in Argentina, three young mummies were discovered within a shrine more than 20,000 feet above sea level. Half a millennia later, scientists discover that the “world’s most-well preserved” mummies were ...

Epilepsy Drug Shown to Reduce Cocaine Dependence, Penn Study Reports

July 18th, 2013

Epilepsy Drug Shown to Reduce Cocaine Dependence, Penn Study Reports

Research completed in late June by a team of researchers at the University of Pennsylvania shows a prospective new use for the drug topiramate, an anticonvulsant drug used to treat epilepsy.

Getting a DUI in California

July 10th, 2013

Getting a DUI in California

In California, a DUI is an extreme offense and prosecuted to the fullest extent.

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