Month: April 2016

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National Drug Take-Back Day
29 April

Are you one of the millions of Americans that has unused prescription medication in your medicine cabinet? If so, now is

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W-18: A Dangerous and Addictive Drug
28 April

Health officials are growing concerned about the drug W-18, a powerful painkiller medication that is making its way into North

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ADHD Linked to Video Game Addiction
27 April

A study finds that men with attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) are likely to use video games as an escape from

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Many Older Adults Being Prescribed Narcotic Medications
26 April

A study published earlier this year in the British Journal of Clinical Pharmacology finds that the older population is more

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Low Income Areas Need Recovery Resources
25 April

Drug use in low-income and resource-poor communities is much more prevalent than in communities with access to employment and strong

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Teen Gambling On The Rise
22 April

Gambling online is increasing in popularity, especially among teenagers. According to a Canadian based study published in BMC Public Health,

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Safe Ways to Dispose of Prescription Medication
21 April

Thousands of Americans have unused or expired prescription medication sitting in their medicine cabinets. This leaves children and addicts with

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Prom Night and Alcohol Use
19 April

As prom season gets underway, parents begin to worry about the safety of their children on this special night. It

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Lean On Me
18 April

Blog post by: Alumni Relations Specialist I can remember at the end of my active addiction, my run was lonely

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Smoking Waterpipe Damages Lung Airways
15 April

Data published in a study in the American Thoracic Society’s American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care of Medicine states

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