Friday September 19th 2014

drug abuse

Zero tolerance for drug abuse: Lessons for families

June 11th, 2014

Eight (8) crucial points for HOW TO create an environment of zero tolerance of drug abuse in your home. We welcome your questions at the end.

BREAK OUT: Prisons and drug offenders (INFOGRAPHIC)

January 27th, 2014

Why are there are so many addicts behind bars? We explore the relationship between substance abuse and imprisonment visually in this exclusive infographic. We also offer alternatives to prison terms for drug use sentences. BREAK OUT of outdated thinking and join us here!


What are buprenorphine withdrawal symptoms?

July 28th, 2013

Buprenorphine withdrawal symptoms are flu-like in nature and are similar to those of other opioids, both psychological and physical. Learn more about buprenorphine withdrawal symptoms here.


Mixing opiates and alcohol

December 21st, 2012

The risks and dangers of mixing heroin with alcohol include decreased breathing and heart rate. Other effects include dizziness, drowsiness, tremors, and significantly impaired fine motor skills. More on why to avoid mixing alcohol and heroin here.


How to tell if someone is on drugs

December 12th, 2012

How do you tell the difference between someone having an off day and someone who is abusing drugs or alcohol? We review here.

Is bath salt addictive?

June 30th, 2012

YES. You can easily become addicted to taking bath salt. More about what bath salt is made of, bath salt addictive-ness and the potential risks of bath salt here.


College drug use statistics

March 19th, 2012

Where can you find the most up to date college drug use statistics? Top 5 sources here.


Why do psychiatrists drug test?

March 16th, 2012

Psychiatrists drug test to make diagnosis, monitor your mental health treatment, or to diagnose possible addiction issues. More on why psychiatrists do (and don’t) drug test here.


Do psychiatrists drug test?

March 9th, 2012

Psychiatrists may drug test prior to providing a diagnosis and treatment plan for a patient. But there is no single standard. In fact, drug testing during psychiatric treatment may be mandated by a court or is based on personal doctor choice. More on psychiatrists and drug tests here.


Can you die from taking Molly?

February 25th, 2012

YES. You can die from Molly. In fact, accidental overdose is the most common cause of death on Molly. More on Molly risks and safety here.

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