The Shocking Truth About “Social Drug Abuse” in Teens

Just say no, just doesn’t cut it. A recent study shows drug abuse in teens is starting as early as eighth grade. A surprising 13% of the 8th graders they spoke to in the study claim they’ve used a drug within the past year. For the older teenagers, an unsettling 40% of 12th graders, also Read More

Cocaine Connections

Cocaine users who try to get treatment for their addiction experience a rather high rate of relapse after completing their time in rehab. Unlike opioids, cocaine does not have any special drugs that aids in the process of quitting, called Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT). This does not mean there are no efforts being made toward Read More

Looking at The Addicted Brain

Studying the human mind is a difficult and lengthy endeavor for medical scientists, psychologist, psychologists and other fields with interests there. The primary reason is that to untangle many mysteries of how the human brain works we would have to break many laws which guarantee the humane treatment to all people. While it would make Read More

Change the Narrative

In 2019, it’s easy to see a disconnect between how new discoveries in sciences and medicines are disseminated into the public pool of what one might call ‘common knowledge’. While no information will ever have a one-hundred percent coverage where everyone knows that thing and it is the most up-to-date thing no matter how long Read More

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