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Article Category: Covid-19

Diseases Of Despair

Krystina Murray ❘

The diseases of despair refers to the connection between increased hopelessness and depression, suicidal thoughts, and substance abuse.

First Presidential Debate Includes Drug Use Claims, COVID-19, And Addiction

Hayley Hudson ❘

The 90 minute first presidential debate discussed America’s current economy that has been impacted by COVID-19, as well as claims of drug use.

Dsuvia Makers Believe It Could Save Lives, Despite FBI Warnings

Ginni Correa ❘

The development of Dsuvia may be considered essential by those who believe it has the potential to save lives, despite opposition through the years.

10kg Of Fentanyl Found During Traffic Stop

Michael Muldoon ❘

A routine traffic stop in Berks County, PA turned into a drug bust. Eliesel Gutierrez was found with 10kg of fentanyl to deliver for distribution.

Mexican Criminal Groups Offer COVID-19 Aid

Hayley Hudson ❘

Mexican criminal groups are using COVID-19 as an opportunity to gain more control over their territories, leading to violence and death for many citizens.

Coronavirus News: What Are Addiction Treatment Centers Doing?

Hayley Hudson ❘

Addiction treatment centers around the United States are changing in ways they operate during the COVID-19 pandemic, to protect staff and patients.

COVID-19 Is Causing People To Relapse

Hayley Hudson ❘

The COVID-19 pandemic is causing some individuals who are recovering from a substance use disorder to relapse, but friends and family can help.

Coronavirus Preventive Strategies For Health Care Workers

Krystina Murray ❘

Health care workers risk their lives and peace as they save the lives of others. Learn how self-care strategies can reduce poor mental health and addiction.

Venezuelan Party With Drugs And Prostitutes Spreads COVID-19

Hayley Hudson ❘

A sex and drug fueled party of Venezuela’s rich and privileged young adults spreads COVID-19, much to the anger of Venezuelan citizens.

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