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Drug and alcohol use are a serious problem in North Dakota. In fact, according to reports published by the state’s Department of Human Services, North Dakota ranks number...
On May 29, 2012, Rudy Eugene attacked Ronald Poppo, a homeless man, in Miami, Florida. Eugene’s assault of Poppo was not the typical mugging or beat down of a stranger:...
How do you convince your teenager that marijuana is bad for them when the changing laws convey the message, “Well, maybe it’s not that bad”? This is a question many...
In Eating Smoke: An Autobiography, Chris Thrall, a former Royal Marine, tells the story of how he moved to Hong Kong in the mid-90s to work for an international business...
North Carolina rigorously enforces laws regarding controlled substances, but the state also implements a variety of programs designed to rehabilitate individuals who struggle...
A new study has found a link between prescription pill abuse and depression among young college students. The study concludes that college students who recreationally use...
The Office of National Drug Control Policy recently reported that Nevada residents had an above-average rate of illegal drug use for the previous month (9% vs. the national...
Employment-Related Drug Testing In 1988, Illinois enacted a Drug-Free Workplace Act, stipulating Illinois-specific drug-testing policies: Prior to testing, employers...
This article contains some basic information about drug, alcohol and addiction laws in the state of Missouri. Please remember that legislation can change over time, and each...
The New York Police Department (NYPD) has arrested more than 350,000 people in New York City for possessing small amounts of marijuana since 2002. The high statistic is due...
Painter Thomas Kinkade, 54, died April 6, 2012. After an autopsy and coroner’s report were returned, the Santa Clara County Medical Examiner-Coroner’s Office reported...
Marijuana is a blend of dried, crushed leaves and other plant products from a plant called Cannabis sativa, also known as the hemp plant. Often referred to as pot or weed (...
Cocaine is an extremely addictive illegal drug that induces a powerful, yet short-lived feeling of euphoria. Cocaine is available in a powdered form that can be snorted or...
Despite the fact that no evidence exists proving Native Americans more likely to become alcoholics or higher sensitivity to the effects of alcohol, the ethnic group as a...
Although Pinterest is widely known for images of food, home décor, and cute animals, another set of boards appeared in early 2012: “thinspo” or “thinspiration.”...

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