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Are Bath Salts as Dangerous as the Media Tells Us?

Jasmine Bittar ❘

"Bath salts" (synthetic cathinones) really are dangerous and possibly addictive, even though many people believe that they're safe.

The Evolution of Marijuana: Vape Pens, Edibles, and Dabs

Jasmine Bittar ❘

There are many new and potentially more dangerous and addictive methods of using marijuana, including vape pens, edibles, and dabs.

4 Steps to Breaking a Bad Habit and Forming a New One

Jasmine Bittar ❘

Habits affect our everyday lives, for better or for worse. Learn how to replace bad habits with beneficial practices which will improve your wellbeing.

The 5 Most Commonly Abused Drugs On College Campuses

Jasmine Bittar ❘

The rates of abuse of drugs on college campuses have more than tripled for some substances. Here are the 5 most commonly abused drugs on college campuses.

News: Is Your City at Risk for a Spice Outbreak?

Jasmine Bittar ❘

Spice. K2. Fake weed. Whatever you call, the drug mimics the chemicals in Marijuana but has different side effects, and it's becoming popular.

Progress Through Empowerment: How to Overcome the Social Stigma of Interaction with the Legal System and Incarceration

Drew Breznitsky ❘

Moving on from a criminal history can be an empowering experience that facilitates significant internal motivation for continued change and personal growth.

Can a Small Louisiana Town End an Opioid Manufacturer’s Sketchy Marketing?

Jasmine Bittar ❘

A small town in Louisiana is attempting to fight the opioid epidemic by suing opioid manufacturers. Maybe this will convince them to change their ways.

News: Politicians Leading the Fight Against Addiction

Jeffrey Juergens ❘

President Trump declared the Opioid Crisis a “Public Health Emergency,” and he's not the only politician who's taking action to fight addiction.

Dangers Facing Students Who Use ‘Study Drugs’

Jeffrey Juergens ❘

Many college students are using “study drugs” that can be dangerous, addictive, illegal and even fatal. Learn more about this disturbing trend.

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