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No One is Immune to Addiction

No One is Immune to Addiction

by Josh, August 31, 2017

Opioids have become such a large problem across the country that a national health emergency has been called. These opioids are some of the most devastating drugs and it’s not something the country or the world has ever seen before. Sure, there have been different addiction scares throughout the world. … Continue reading

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How a Drug Can Ruin a Rapper

How a Drug Can Ruin a Rapper

by Josh, August 30, 2017

On the brink of potentially releasing a new album, Dwayne Michael Carter, Jr. might also be in trouble with drugs. While there hasn’t been a huge news report about the rapper – also known as Lil’ Wayne – has been hospitalized from drug use. His drug of choice is called … Continue reading

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A Good Boy Finds Heroin

A Good Boy Finds Heroin

by Josh, August 29, 2017

The police and their squad of tools, technology, and friends aren’t able to find all of the drugs that come into our country. There are drugs hidden all over the place just waiting to be discovered and sold. On top of that, most of the drugs that make it into … Continue reading

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States that Drink the Most Alcohol

States that Drink the Most Alcohol

by Josh, August 28, 2017

Alcohol consumption has been a staple in the U.S. since it was founded. Even during the Prohibition era, alcohol was consumed through the darkest and dirtiest ways possible. Unfortunately, the U.S. has to have their preferred drug to rip themselves from the seams of reality. But which states drink the … Continue reading

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Can drug testing welfare recipients help cut addiction?

Can drug testing welfare recipients help cut addiction?

by Josh, August 25, 2017

About 21.3 percent of Americans take place in government assistance programs every month. This is according to Census.gov. Of the 50 states, 15 different states have passed legislation that includes drug testing or screening for public assistance applicants. The theory is that drug testing for people that receive public funds … Continue reading

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A Tale of Addiction: Danniella Westbrook

A Tale of Addiction: Danniella Westbrook

by Josh, August 24, 2017

The famous EastEnders star, Danniella Westbrook is infamous for her addiction. Even dating back to her time on set as Sam Mitchell, Westbrook was a trouble maker. Over the course of her career, this addiction to cocaine has plagued her and it still does today. She’s still recovering, though her … Continue reading

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Palcohol: The Future of Alcohol?

Palcohol: The Future of Alcohol?

by Josh, August 23, 2017

A relatively new type of alcohol is interesting consumers, it’s called palcohol. It’s alcohol, but in a powder form. When mixed with water, it creates an alcoholic beverage. While this type of alcohol is new to the U.S., it’s not actually a new invention. Though it’s creating a rift in … Continue reading

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Addiction Treatment in Other Countries

Addiction Treatment in Other Countries

by Josh, August 22, 2017

There are other types of addiction treatment facilities around the world and they’re not just for drugs. Currently, two internet addiction treatment facilities in China is under fire for a death that occurred on their campus. According to the BBC and ABC News, two different teenagers were killed at these … Continue reading

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Trump Declares a National Emergency

Trump Declares a National Emergency

by Josh, August 21, 2017

President Donald J. Trump declared that the opioid epidemic was a national emergency, which follows up to Chris Christie and the President’s Commission on Combating Drug Addiction and the Opioid Crisis. This occurred on Thursday, August 11 from his golf club in New Jersey. According to CNN, Trump said, “The … Continue reading

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One symptoms of meth addiction: Stealing

One symptoms of meth addiction: Stealing

by Josh, August 18, 2017

Meth and stealing seem to go hand-in-hand. Perhaps that’s the next symptom of meth addiction people think of after seeing victims of meth mouth. Meth mouth is characterized by tooth decay and gum disease and it frequently occurs after heavy meth use. But stealing is another potential symptom of meth … Continue reading

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