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Report: Millennials Are Most Likely to Die From Alcohol, Drugs, Suicide

Nathan Yerby ❘

Millennials are the most likely age demographic to die from alcohol, drug abuse, and suicide. Many millennials struggle with substance use disorders.

Justin Bieber’s Battle With Addiction and Recovery

Natalie Hoeg ❘

Justin and Hailey Beiber open up about his struggle with Xanax and alcohol addiction but is his 'solo' journey towards sobriety setting a toxic example?

10 Celebrities Who Found Sobriety After Opioid Addiction

Destiny Bezrutczyk ❘

After struggling with an Opioid addiction, these celebrities managed to find sobriety and a continued career in entertainment. Recovery made it possible.

How Rehab, Sobriety, and Diet Transformed Jenna Jameson

Destiny Bezrutczyk ❘

Former adult film star and author, Jenna Jameson, talks about over-prescribing of Opiates by doctor after pregnancy, alcoholism, and rehab at Betty Ford.

Getting On Your Nerves (Literally): How Opioids Work

Michael Muldoon ❘

Opioids interact with many parts of the body, from single nerve cell receptors to the entire brain, but how exactly do opioids work?

Purdue Pharma and Sackler Family Settle Opioid Lawsuit for $270M

Destiny Bezrutczyk ❘

Purdue Pharma and the Sacklers reached a settlement with Oklahoma totalling $270 million. The state claims the company caused thousands of Opioid deaths.

Identifying The 5 Stages of Addiction

Krystina Murray ❘

The five stages of alcoholism are developing patterns, risky use and recklessness, tolerance, dependence, and disorder. Learn to identify them in your life.

SPRAVATO, First New Depression Medication in 30 Years, Approved by FDA

Cooper Smith ❘

In a historic 14-to-2 vote the FDA has approved Janssen Pharmaceuticals new medication, Spravato, for clinical depression.

Former Pharma CEO Pleads Guilty To Bribing Doctors To Prescribe Opioids

Destiny Bezrutczyk ❘

Former CEO of pharmaceutical company, Insys, pleaded guilty to bribing doctors to prescribe opioids. Michael Babich could serve 25 years in prison.

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