Narconon Consultant in News
November 18, 2020

Current treatment strategies struggling to cope with COVID19 outbreak

On the 31st of December 2019, just before the new year broke, a small office run by the World Health Organization received a report of “an atypical amount of viral pneumonia cases.”


Ren in Prescription drugs
October 15, 2018

ADHD Drugs Now Sending Users to the ER

Every year it seems, we hear a new story and some new information about a pharmaceutical drug or a series of drugs that we once thought were safe, now being newly exposed as being very not safe. Prescription drugs and their use is becoming more controversial, and one can see why.


Sue Birkenshaw in Drug Abuse
June 30, 2017

What Stole Our Beloved Carrie Fisher Away?

Following the tragedy of Carrie Fisher’s death, the toxicology report shed detailed light on the way her toxic cocktail of drugs contributed to her death.


Sue Birkenshaw in Drug Abuse
March 26, 2017

Multiple Drug Abuse - A Dangerous Way to Use Drugs

When the news media carries a story of a drug-related death, there’s very often more than one drug involved in that death. That was the case when the musician Prince died in 2016.


Sue Birkenshaw in Addiction recovery
February 9, 2017

Three Ways to Save an Addicted Person’s Life

Three important things you can do to save a person from fatal drug overdose and get them on the path to recovery.


Sue Birkenshaw in Drug Abuse
January 24, 2017

Maps Tell the Story of Drugs’ Disastrous Impact on the U.S.

A new mapping website provides graphic illustration of overdose statistics and a forum for families to share stories of those they lost to drug addiction.


Sue Birkenshaw in opioid abuse
January 15, 2017

52 Obituaries in 2016 Immortalize the Lives Stolen by Heroin

An accounting of some of the lives we lost in 2016 to drug overdoses, immortalized in loving obituaries written by their families.