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Drug Crimes- Part 3: Effects of drug trafficking on the American economy

Drug Crimes- Part 3: Effects of drug trafficking on the American economy

November 4th, 2016

Drug abuse and drug trafficking are two major problems that the U.S. society is facing today. Apart from its personal cost, i.e., the effect it has on an individual citizen’s life, it also has serious costs for the U.S. economy. According to the Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA), over 30,000 arrests made every year are related […]

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Drug Crimes- Part 2: Heroin use on a rise in US

Drug Crimes- Part 2: Heroin use on a rise in US

November 2nd, 2016

The United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) in its World Drug Report (WDR), 2016, called heroin as the deadliest drug in the world today as its consumption is on the rise. The report raised an alarm to its increasing use in the United States wherein it had reached a 20 year high, this […]

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Drug Crimes- Part 1: Drug trafficking and its impact on America

Drug Crimes- Part 1: Drug trafficking and its impact on America

October 20th, 2016

Drug trafficking is an illicit trade of prohibited substances that involves their cultivation, manufacture, distribution and sale globally. According to the World Drug Report (WDR) 2016 published by the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC), at least one in 20 adults, or a quarter of a billion people, in the age group of […]

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Alumni programs as important as rehab for recovering addicts

Alumni programs as important as rehab for recovering addicts

October 4th, 2016

It is generally believed that treating an addiction begins and ends at a rehabilitation center. However, the truth is that treatment for an addict may begin at a rehab, but it doesn’t end there. While the treatment in an addiction facility only directs an addict towards a healthy living, there are things that need to […]

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National Recovery Month: Role of support groups in recovery from addiction

National Recovery Month: Role of support groups in recovery from addiction

September 23rd, 2016

The number of Americans suffering from addiction is increasing every year. This, in turn, has led to a rising demand for treatment facilities that provide customized recovery interventions suiting a patient’s needs. One of the most important part of an addiction recovery process is the role of support groups. For long-term support and aiding the […]

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National Recovery Month: Sober living homes for recovering addicts

National Recovery Month: Sober living homes for recovering addicts

September 12th, 2016

Rehabilitation center is a perfect place to start the de-addiction process. However, recovery from addiction to drugs or alcohol is an ongoing process as staying clean after moving out of the rehab is not always possible for many. Lack of a drug-free environment is a major hurdle in persistent abstinence as it can derail an […]

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National Recovery Month: A holistic aftercare plan to recover from addiction

National Recovery Month: A holistic aftercare plan to recover from addiction

September 8th, 2016

Addiction is a chronic disease that can be cured at a rehabilitation center. However, a journey to an addiction-free life or a complete recovery from addiction does not end with an addiction treatment program at a rehab. Addiction aftercare treatment is a necessary step to be followed after the completion of the addiction treatment.

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Avoid self-medication for pain relief, it may lead to drug addiction

Avoid self-medication for pain relief, it may lead to drug addiction

August 24th, 2016

Addiction is a phenomenon linked to overdose and abuse of addictive substances. The percentage of people addicted to such substances is rising rapidly despite measures being taken to control the opioid epidemic or necessary education being imparted about the adverse effects of opioid overdose or abuse.

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It’s time to rein in flavored tobacco products for improving public health

It’s time to rein in flavored tobacco products for improving public health

July 26th, 2016

The rampant use of flavored tobacco products among the American youth is proliferating by the day. To stay away from smoking and other tobacco products, youngsters seek refuge in these flavored tobacco alternatives widely available in the market.

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Using cannabis with tobacco aggravates risk of dependence: Study

Using cannabis with tobacco aggravates risk of dependence: Study

July 14th, 2016

Key changes in the marijuana use policy at the state level have led to decriminalization and legalization of the drug in many American states. Many quarters have supported the use of the weed for medicinal and recreational purposes which explains its increasing prevalence among Americans. The growing marijuana abuse problem and its possible adverse impact […]

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