Month: May 2015

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Prom Night Often Ends With Binge Drinking
29 May

As we are in the midst of prom and graduation season, it is important for parents to talk to their

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You’re Done With Rehab, Now What?
28 May

You finally made the decision to enter rehab, and made it through alive and a better, healthier, and happier person.

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Weekend-Only Drug Users Should be Monitored by Physicians
27 May

According to a study published in Annals of Family Medicine, more than 50 percent of patients who report recreational weekend-only

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Adolescents Drink Brands of Alcohol Based on Marketing
26 May

Alcohol is the most commonly abused substance among youth. It is responsible for over 4,000 underage deaths each year. Over

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Deadliest Catch Captain Struggles With Deadly Disease
22 May

Discovery Channel’s hit show, Deadliest Catch, shined light on the topic of addiction in the latest episode. The show is

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Anti Binge Drinking Campaigns on Social Media May be Effective
21 May

A report published by the Boston University School of Public Health states new tools should be implemented to prevent college

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Simultaneous Use of Cannabis and Alcohol is Dangerous
20 May

Numerous studies on the effects of cannabis and alcohol use have been done. But, all of these studies looked at

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When The Going Gets Tough
19 May

Blog post by: Alumni Relations Specialist Even though in life we are faced with many challenges, we do have to

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National Prevention Week 2015
18 May

National Prevention Week 2015 takes place May 17-23. It is a week dedicated to the public awareness and prevention of

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Former Cocaine Users More Prone to Relapse
15 May

Research from the University of East Anglia states that cocaine use can cause major changes in the brain, specifically making

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