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Global policies for substance abuse

The National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) is a supporter of the global research for finding evidence-based solutions in regards to the public health problems of drug abuse, addiction, and drug-related HIV/AIDS. It is clear that substance abuse is a global problem and no country can solve this issue on its own. This is why the […]

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People’s view on substance abuse

Illicit drug use in the United States has increased drastically over the past decade, with marijuana use on the rise, according to the Federal Governments annual servery. While marijuana is legal for medical use in 18 states and for recreational use in 2 states, the Government still treats it as an illicit drug. Substance Abuse […]

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History of “Benzos”

Benzodiazepines have been used throughout history to reduce anxiety and promote sleep. While they have great medical benefits, when used incorrectly they can have devastating effects on the individuals health and can be habit forming. Despite all of our medical advances we still come back to the risk of addiction associated with the use of […]

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What is the Controlled Substances Act

There are many drugs in the world today that are greatly beneficial to people in terms of medicine when used appropriately, there are also other drugs that the government has determined to be dangerous, habit-forming, or otherwise not appropriate for use without a prescription. Those drugs are listed under the Controlled Substances Act (CSA), which Congress […]

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Prescription Drug Abuse Amongst Teens

Prescription drug abuse is a growing concern amongst teens. A 2011 report made by the the National Youth Risk Behavior Surveillance System (YRBSS), states that approximately 21% of high school students reported having taken a prescription drug at some point in their lives without it being prescribed for them. The trend of prescription drug abuse […]

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Substance Abuse and Co-Occurring Disorders

It can be overwhelming when suffering from both a substance abuse problem and a co-occuring disorder, such as depression, bipolar disorder, or anxiety. It is never easy when dealing with an addiction, having a mental health problem only tends to make it worse. With the right treatment and proper support and self-help strategies, you can […]

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How To Beat Drug Addiction

Many drug addicts feel as if there is no hope to get better, as if they will be stuck in the clutches of addiction for the rest of their lives. No matter how bad things in your life have become, never give up hope. If you put your all into it, you will be able […]

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Drug Rehab Centers in Wisconsin

Regardless to where you live you will be exposed to drugs and alcohol. While more people are able to overcome the temptation to use drugs and drink alcohol there are others that easily fall victim to its addictive ways. Maybe they are predisposed to addiction or they are an unfortunate victim to circumstances. Regardless to […]

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Drug Rehab Centers in Washington

Washington is one of the biggest states with residents suffering from opiate addictions. Many people are trying to escape from the mental, emotional and physical pain of their day to day lives and turn to these highly addictive drugs. Their escape turns into a harsh reality when they are fully dependent on opiates and unable […]

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Drug Rehab Centers in West Viriginia

When addicted to drugs you loose control of your life. Your friends and family suffer along with you as your life takes a turn for the worst. Things that were once important to you take the back seat to drug use putting your work, school, home life and health in jeopardy. If you are ready […]

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Global policies for substance abuse


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