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Proposed Tax Could Help Fund Heroin Addiction Treatment
2 May

Gov. Chris Christie proposed a tax on electronic cigarettes and some political figures feel the funds should be used to

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If nothing changes, nothing changes?
1 May

In a 12 step meeting, it’s not unusual that you’ll hear somebody say “well, if nothing changes, nothing changes”. This

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Casey Planning to Help the Pennsylvania Prescription Drug Abuse Crisis
28 April

Sen. Bob Casey of Pennsylvania announced that he helped to launch a bipartisan working group in an effort to tackle

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Experts Warn of Alcohol Abuse by Moms
25 April

Often times play dates consist of kids playing while mommy enjoys a glass or two of wine. Experts worry that

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“Growing Pains” Star Jeremy Miller Battles Addiction
24 April

Jeremy Miller who played the beloved blonde hair boy, Ben Seaver on the hit series, “Growing Pains” speaks out about

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Rutgers’ Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs Plays an Important Role
23 April

For more than 75 years, The Rutgers’ Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs has provided a place where researchers

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Cape May County Tops List with Highest Drug Abuse Rate
22 April

Cape May County home to Ocean City, Cape May and other resort towns is now known for something other than

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FDA Approves Portable Drug Overdose Treatment
21 April

The FDA has approved an emergency drug overdose treatment for use in homes and community settings. The treatment is a

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A New Way To Prevent Relapse
18 April

A new study released by Penn Medicine shows that the drug Baclofen, commonly used to prevent spasms in patients with

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Pennsylvania Looks to Create Drug Registry
16 April

Prescription drug abuse has been the main cause of the biggest drug epidemic in Pennsylvania history. According to the Health

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