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Cannabis user resolve problems earlier, says study

Cannabis user resolve problems earlier, says study

April 27th, 2018 | Rachael

Cannabis, undoubtedly, is quite exceptional with federal and state policies having differing viewpoints on its use and possession. While, according to federal law, it is still a Schedule I drug, 29 states and the District of Columbia have legalized its use for medical purposes and eight states have decriminalized it for recreational purposes.

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Ways to help loved ones recover from addiction

Ways to help loved ones recover from addiction

April 9th, 2018 | Rachael

Addiction is one of the most dangerous self-inflicted diseases. It makes a person lose his/her cognitive skills and become subservient to the resulting compulsions and urges. The individual feels helpless in freeing himself/herself from the clutches of the menace. Fortunately, proper medical intervention can help such individuals in recovering from their addiction and lead a […]

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Jeff Sessions opens debates on legalization of marijuana by revoking Cole Memo

March 29th, 2018 | Rachael

An estimated 65 million Americans, which is about one-fifth of the country’s population, live in the states with some form of legalization of marijuana. In Colorado and Washington, where recreational marijuana is legalized, the market has generated revenue worth $617 million and $831 million, respectively. Such states use the revenue from marijuana sales to fund schools, […]

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Lower farm income, natural disasters may fuel opioid crisis, says study

Lower farm income, natural disasters may fuel opioid crisis, says study

February 14th, 2018 | Rachael

Prescription drugs are normally suggested by a physician only to a patient who needs it for recovery. However, some of these drugs are often abused due to their typical properties, such as sedative effect and stimulation. Though there has always been a trend of misusing these drugs, the recent years have witnessed an upsurge in […]

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Implications of alcohol advertising on teens

Implications of alcohol advertising on teens

January 11th, 2018 | Rachael

Over the last few decades, one of the growing concerns has been the menace of underage drinking, which is seen as a major impact of unregulated advertisements. The adverts promoting alcohol use a perfect combination of alluring taglines, fascinating visuals, creative branding using favorite celebrities, etc. to ignite one’s curiosity. The flashy advertisements, widespread marketing […]

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Substance abuse programs - The key to prevention of substance abuse among youngsters

Substance abuse programs – The key to prevention of substance abuse among youngsters

January 5th, 2018 | Rachael

“I was more addicted to self-destruction then to the drugs themselves … something very romantic about it” ― Gerard Way Adolescence is one of the phases of life when confounding queries and doubts pop up in a warped mind. During such a challenging phase when the chances of being misunderstood are higher, most of the […]

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Methamphetamine use linked to increased incidents of stroke

Methamphetamine use linked to increased incidents of stroke

December 30th, 2017 | Rachael

Methamphetamine, a stimulant that exists in numerous forms like powder, pill, etc., is often smoked, inhaled, injected or swallowed. Also commonly known as chalk, crank, crystal, ice, meth and speed, the ingredients of this drug also involves the concoction of hazardous and readily obtained chemicals like acetone, anhydrous ammonia, ether, red phosphorus and lithium. Fundamentally, […]

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How to thwart cravings during recovery

How to thwart cravings during recovery

December 21st, 2017 | Rachael

Cravings are powerful urges and obsessive desires for an addictive substance. As a byproduct of substance abuse, such feelings can be triggered even during the challenging phase of treatment and recovery. Therefore, a thin line separates recovery from relapse. It has been widely observed that alcohol or drug cravings can occur on and off for […]

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Repercussions of stimulant drug ‘ice’ prove more dangerous than other drugs

Repercussions of stimulant drug ‘ice’ prove more dangerous than other drugs

December 5th, 2017 | Rachael

A potent stimulant ‘ice’ is a highly purified form of methamphetamine that is generally smoked or injected. Although ice elicits various effects, people mostly abuse it for increasing the level of confidence, ecstasy, alertness level and enhancing libido.  Because ice is the potent form of methamphetamine, its common effects can last up to six hours […]

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Spotting a drunk driver through visual cues

Spotting a drunk driver through visual cues

November 22nd, 2017 | Rachael

Had citizens consciously made efforts to provide information to the police about drunk drivers based on their own observation, it would have lessen the burden of the police officers by providing them an extra pair of eyes. In the United States, alcohol-related crashes accounted for 22 percent of all crash costs and inflicted total economic […]

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