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Reefer Madness Is Truly Mad When Depicting Marijuana Use (Spoilers Ahead)

by Pam, October 23, 2017

We recently discussed whether pop culture products such as the television series Breaking Bad glamorize drugs such as methamphetamine (meth). Given the myriad number of projects that have discussed drugs and drug use over the years, we’ll probably never have a definitive answer. Different projects say different things about drugs. … Continue reading

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Big Pharma Money Enables Opioid Abuse, Profits

Big Pharma Money Enables Opioid Abuse, Profits

by Stephen, October 20, 2017

One problem that the FBI and Eliot Ness faced during Prohibition in bringing down the bootleggers was that the bootleggers had a lot of money and could pay law enforcement – including some in the FBI – to look the other way. That also is a problem in the modern … Continue reading

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Raising Opiate and Breast Cancer Awareness

by Pam, October 18, 2017

As you might have heard already, October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month (NBCAM) or Breast Cancer Awareness Month (BCAM). This month recognizes all of the people who have battled with the disease as well as those who succumbed to it. Supporters of BCAM hope that the month raises awareness … Continue reading

The Benefits of Drug Decriminalization Laws

by Pam, October 16, 2017

Is the war on drugs working? Some legislators in the U.S. state of Oregon apparently don’t believe that it has. They’re promoting an addiction-fighting idea that is controversial, to say the least. The idea? Decriminalizing small amounts of drugs. Drugs that aren’t marijuana. We’ve seen several U.S. states (and the … Continue reading

New Wave of Esports Brings Drug Concerns

New Wave of Esports Brings Drug Concerns

by Josh, September 21, 2017

Esports are the biggest craze in competitiveness nowadays. While mainstream sports like football, soccer, basketball, baseball, and hockey remain big, esports are the next big thing. While much of the esports industry is centered around three big games, League of Legends, DOTA 2, and Counter-Strike: Global Offensive (CSGO), there are … Continue reading

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Meth Busts All Around the Country

Meth Busts All Around the Country

by Josh, September 21, 2017

Meth is a heck of a drug. It’s a powerful stimulant that people can use like Adderall, but the effects of most meth is so much worse. Meth is short for methamphetamine, and it’s a popular drug due to the fact that it can be made at home rather cheaply. … Continue reading

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Pop Musician Aaron Carter Also Suffers from Addiction

Pop Musician Aaron Carter Also Suffers from Addiction

by Josh, September 20, 2017

It’s no mystery that Hollywood and the famous stars that inhabit the upper echelon of stardom have faced an alarmingly high number of addictions. This seems to be especially true for musicians and actors who have grown up in the spotlight. Aaron Carter is no exception. Aaron Carter jumped into … Continue reading

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Weird Drug Robberies

Weird Drug Robberies

by Josh, September 19, 2017

Since the addiction craze is spreading all around the world, people are in desperate need of attention. As we mentioned last week, robbing places with drugs isn’t unheard of, in fact, it’s somewhat common. People break into pharmacies after hours to try and get the opioids that their body is … Continue reading

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The Future of Addiction: Porn

The Future of Addiction: Porn

by Josh, September 18, 2017

As Texas Senator Ted Cruz’s current controversy regarding hardcore porn starts to blow over, it’s important to take stock where the U.S. is right now when it comes to porn addiction. On September 11th, according to Daily Mail, Cruz liked a hardcore porn video on Twitter, much to the dismay … Continue reading

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Teen Marijuana Use Maybe Be Falling

Teen Marijuana Use Maybe Be Falling

by Josh, September 15, 2017

Each year, the National Survey on Drug Use and Health (NSDUH) releases a report on drug use in the country. This year is no different. The 2016 report has been released, and it finally shows a drop in some of the drugs that teenagers love. Marijuana. A drug that used … Continue reading

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