As Alcohol Awareness Month 2015 comes to an end, we should not stop trying to raise awareness of alcohol and its effects. Being in the recovery community, we should all
Children exposed to one or more hours of secondhand smoke per day are more likely to develop a mental health disorder, according for a new study published in Tobacco Control.
According to a new study conducted by the University of Rochester and published in the journal PLOS ONE, e-cigarette emissions are very harmful to lung cells, frequently causing inflammation and
According to a new study, one in ten teenagers report using the drug Hashish. Hashish is a more powerful form of marijuana. It has a much higher content of THC
A study published in the Journal of Neuroscience indicates that smoking leads to alcoholism. This conclusion came from a study done on groups of male rats. Researchers first took the
Blog post by: Alumni Relations Honesty is first discovered in step one. Before we could admit we were powerless, we had to get honest with ourselves. In steps four and
Newly recovered alcoholics may think it is safe to switch over to non-alcoholic beers as their drink of choice. They still feel comforted by holding a beer in their hands
Blog post by: Alumni Relations So many people are trying to figure out when they look at their life if “the glass” is half full or half empty. This can
April 20th has become known as national marijuana day. Every year on this day, groups get together to smoke marijuana. Many see this as an innocent holiday, comparable to St.
There is a new and dangerous synthetic drug on the market called Flakka. Flakka has been nicknamed the ‘insanity drug’ for its wild effects on users. It is a mix