Month: May 2016

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New Candy-Like ADHD Medication Dangerous
31 May

A new medication used to treat Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) in children is causing concern. The medication, named Adzenys,

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Marijuana Use and Behavioral Problems Linked
26 May

The rate of marijuana use in adolescents is declining, according to a study published in the Journal of the American

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E-cigarettes not helping smokers quit
25 May

E-cigarettes are frequently marketed as an easy alternative to smoking, and a helpful way to quit. However, they may not

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Alcohol Taxes and Excessive Drinkers
24 May

There are many contrary opinions on increasing taxes on alcohol. Some believe it will discourage people from drinking, thus reducing

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Sharing the Story
23 May

Blog post by: Alumni Relations Specialist Why do we share our stories? What is the point? Some may think it’s

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Does Drinking Make You Happier?
20 May

A Smartphone application called “Mappiness” and data from the British Cohort 1970 Study (BCS70) look into if alcohol can make

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Witnessing a Teachable Moment May Make Parents Quit Smoking
19 May

Parents who smoke and have children with asthma are more likely to quit smoking after having counseling or witnessing what

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Young Children Exposed to Alcohol Ads
18 May

Young children are being exposed to at least two alcohol advertisements per day, according to a study published in the

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Acetaminophen Reduces Empathy
17 May

The most common drug ingredient in the United States, Acetaminophen, may not only reduce your pain, but also decrease your

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Powerless…
16 May

Blog post by: Alumni Relations Specialist It says it right in the 1st step.  We admitted we were powerless. What

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