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Alcohol Inhalation via Vaportini Fast Track to Addiction

Every day it seems we hear something about a dangerous new designer drug that young people have been experimenting with at raves, on college campuses, parties, or at various places where adolescents gather. But one of the newest drug fads sweeping the nation involves the oldest and most familiar of all intoxicating substances. Not satisfied …

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Don’t Believe the Rhymes: Trinidad James Idiotically Defends ‘Molly’ Reference

In an ideal world, rappers aren’t role models. The sad truth is that we are not living in an ideal world. In reality, teens look up to famous musicians, emulate their fashions, and dream of living their lifestyle. Trinidad James is a Trinidad-born rapper who found fame with his song “All Gold Everything” and is …

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New Drug Desmethyl Fentanyl 40 Times Stronger Than Heroin

A huge cache of a new lethal street drug was discovered in Montreal, making people aware of this dangerous substance. It’s called desmethyl fentanyl, and Montreal police seized over 300,000 tablets of it in April. Not only is this new drug deadly, like other very harmful street substances like crystal meth, it is made by …

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The Staggering Costs of Alcohol and Drug Addiction

“Drug addiction is a chronic relapsing brain disorder characterized by a compulsion to take a drug with loss of control over drug intake.” – Scripps Research Institute Both alcoholics and drug addicts struggle with the mental, emotional, spiritual and physical consequences of their substance abuse. But what, exactly, is the difference between an alcoholic and …

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Casinos Are Thriving on the Backs of Addicts

Research from Canada conducted in 2011 that showed casinos make an inordinate amount of their revenue from problem gamblers has attracted the attention of the Provincial Government. The finding has been brought to light again as a result of the increased interest, revealing the shocking degree to which casinos benefit from addiction. The study may …

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Outrageous! Modeling Scouts Hound Ill Women at Eating Disorder Clinic

Experts have long suspected that one major influence in the development of eating disorders in some women is the exposure to exceptionally thin models in the media. Major media outlets have largely shrugged off any acknowledgement or responsibility, largely due to a lack of concrete evidence linking eating disorders with celebrity and model images. The …

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‘The Anonymous People’ Questions Why Addiction Isn’t Treated Like Any Other Illness

Sadly, 23.5 million Americans are in long-term recovery for drug and alcohol addiction. This is a shocking statistic, but what’s more shocking is that these people can be considered the lucky ones. According to the Federal Bureau of Prisons, almost half of the U.S. prison population is incarcerated for drug offenses. The sad truth is …

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Bottoming Out and Bouncing Back After Treatment

If you’ve just completed rehab and are worried to death that you won’t make it to your 30-day sobriety milestone in recovery, you’re not alone. Many who go through treatment harbor similar fears. Let’s face it, bottoming out was a pretty earth-shattering experience. You’re understandably concerned about your ability to bounce back after you get …

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