Month: November 2015

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Explaining Addiction To My Children
30 November

Blog post by: Alumni Relations Specialist When I got sober, my children ranged in age from seven to 25. My

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Sobriety During the Holiday Season
25 November

The holidays are upon us. It is a time to celebrate and give thanks with family and friends. And although

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E-Cigarette Users More Likely to Drink
24 November

A new study published in the journal Addictive Behaviors looks at secondary effects of e-cigarettes and how they can be

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No Matter What!
23 November

Blog post by: Alumni Relations Specialist There came a point in my recovery journey when I realized it had been

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Drugs Easy to Obtain in College
20 November

The 2015 College Prescription Drug Study (CPDS), which was conducted earlier this year by Ohio State’s Center for the Study

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Pediatric Patients Prescribed Too Much Medication
19 November

Pediatric patients may be prescribed more medication than necessary following surgery, according to the American Society of Anesthesiologists. These pills

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Marijuana Use Doubles in Past Decade.
18 November

New information from the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism states that marijuana use doubled from 2001 to 2013.

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Keeping it Simple
17 November

Blog post by: Alumni Relations Specialist Keeping it simple. It is easier said than done?  Or is it really that

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