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How to Open the Door to Speak About Addiction
Many addicts truly believe they can overcome addiction on their own. I should know, I was one of them. The outlook nearly cost me my life and landed me in prison.
Opioid Addicts Just as Likely to Die as Heart Attack Patients
A new study revealed that opioid addicts who survive a drug overdose have the same death rate following hospital discharge as people who survive a heart attack. But why draw the comparison? Because while it is well known that heart attacks are a major cause of death in the U.S., Americans are only just now waking up to the fact that opioid overdoses are vying for a top position on America’s list of leading causes of death.
Drug Dealing in the 21st Century—How Drugs are Trafficked Online
The 21st-century has brought with it a vast range of advancements and forward progress in many areas of human life. Unfortunately, these advances have also led to a new, more sinister development, i.e., the ability to order drugs online and have them shipped right to your front door.
Meth and Opiates – Growing Issues In California
California is known for sun, surfing, and perpetually warm days. But now, the Golden State is catching media headlines for not one, but TWO rapidly growing drug problems.
Millennials and Drug Abuse—What Makes the Problem Different for Them
Every decade and every generation seems to be affected by drug abuse differently than the last decade or generation was. Drugs which were popular in one generation might prove to be rather disinteresting to the next generation.