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While marijuana was long the first drug of abuse for many drug initiates, prescription drugs are now catching up – but have deadlier consequences. Canadian,
Scientists have discovered that addicts and their siblings have the same disorders in the brain, meaning both are wired for addictive behavior.
The National Association of Drug Court Professionals Applauds New Report Confirming Drug Courts Reduce Crime and Substance Abuse, Save Money Alexandria, VA (PRWEB)
Inflexxion's findings may help focus prevention efforts and intervention strategies for prescription opioid abuse reduction. Newton, MA (PRWEB) November
According to the investigators 8 of 9 studies found that drivers who use marijuana are significantly more likely to be involved in crashes than drivers who do not.
The National Survey on Drug Use and Health reveals that drug use rose in the US between 2008 and 2010.
A new study of 1,000 teenagers nationwide finds that teenagers who are active on social networking sites are more likely to be addicted to tobacco, alcohol, or marijuana.
Substance Abuse Experts Help Parents with Dialogue about Drugs CHICAGO, May 24, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- As summer approaches and teens are out of school, Gateway Foundation Alcohol & Drug Treatment reminds parents that a variety of drugs are readily available to teenagers if they want them, even legal "drugs." Controversial products called bath salts and Lazy Cakes currently are legally for sale via the Internet and in outlets like convenience stores, tobacco shops and truck stops.
A new film, â€œLimitless,â€ which opened in theaters on March 18, 2011, was the highest grossing motion picture in the United States that weekend. A fast paced thriller, the film has garnered positive reviews from many critics, and is hailed for being innovative and gripping.
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