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How Working Out Can Help You in Working Through Addiction

The “gains” of working out just increased. A new study published by the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in the journal ACS Omega shows...

Although DUI Rates Decrease Across US, Officials Remain Concerned

A man driving under the influence of alcohol was more threatening than Michael Myers this past Halloween after causing property damage and injuring multiple...

Albany Addiction Recovery Program Celebrates Three Years

A program that assists inmates in addiction recovery in Albany, New York celebrated its third anniversary this month.Called the Sheriff's Heroin Addiction Recovery Program...

OSHA Revision Addresses Drug Testing in the Workplace

The Occupational Safety and Health Association (OSHA) passed a set of revisions that may affect employees across the U.S. The provisions specifically address drug...

Schools Review Drug Use Policies for Students and Teachers

A number of school districts across the U.S. are debating measures regarding student and teacher violations for drug use. In order to make schools...

Recent Deaths Prompt Concerns Over Drug Use at Music Festivals

Seven people died of suspected drug overdoses at the Trip to the Moon music festival in Hanoi, Vietnam on September 16. That same weekend,...

The Link Between Substance Abuse and Music

Last week, rapper Mac Miller died of an alleged drug overdose at the age of 26. While the cause of death is still to...

Addiction Treatment Center in Gaithersburg Opens This Week

A new addiction treatment center opened this week in Gaithersburg, Maryland to service the greater Washington D.C. area. After establishing drug rehabilitation centers in New...

An Overview of Drug Abuse in U.S. High Schools

A recent study shows that many American citizens recognize drug abuse is a national problem but most of them are not aware of the...

DEA Plans to Quintuple Amount of Cannabis Grown for Research

The U.S. Department of Justice and the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) have proposed to significantly increase the amount of cannabis that can legally...
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