Karen in Drug information
December 5, 2016

New Drug Threats Arrive from Asia and are Also Found Within

In this series, we examine the ever-changing nature of drug abuse in the United States, and how the shifting patterns of available drugs or methods of consumption can catch people unaware. They can be tricked into a habit that quickly becomes addiction.


Karen in Drug information
December 3, 2016

The Constantly Changing Face of Drugs and Addiction

When dealing with drug abuse or addiction, it doesn’t take long to realize how this social problem constantly changes. These constant shifts makes it difficult to keep up so Narconon Ojai provides this report to help families stay aware of the dangers.


Sue Birkenshaw in Drug Abuse
October 11, 2016

Which Drugs Are Most Damaging?

This is a tricky question, indeed. Different drugs create such different effects that comparing them would be like comparing apples to ostriches and oil wells. A group of UK scientists found a way around this puzzle and came up with a system of comparison for many of today’s illicit drugs.…


Americans Smoking Less But Using More Painkillers

An analysis of statistics issued by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration recently revealed more Americans are using painkillers than tobacco.


Karen in Addiction recovery
September 30, 2016

What Does an Addicted Person Look Like?

There are probably a lot of people who think they can spot an addicted person. What they may not realize is that one in twelve Americans is dependent on or abusing substances like alcohol or heroin and they may not be so easy to identify.


Karen in Drug Rehab
March 31, 2016

The World’s Ten Most Addictive Drugs

Narconon outlines the ten most addictive substances in the world.