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Family Releases Video of 16 Year-Old Girl to Expose the Dangers of MDMA

Family Releases Video of 16 Year-Old Girl to Expose the Dangers of MDMA

In June 2015, 16 year old Amy Thomson attended a party that would change her life forever. The Glasglow teenager attended an ‘ecstasy party’ where she collapsed after taking a dose of MDMA and was rushed to Glasglow South hospital in critical condition. Amy was comatose and on life support...

National Recovery Month: 5 Craziest Drugs You’ve Never Heard About

National Recovery Month: 5 Craziest Drugs You’ve Never Heard About

It’s 2015 and the world of illegal and dangerous drugs is expanding more rapidly than ever before. Marijuana use is widely spread and deemed by some as the ‘safest drug around.’ Drugs like cocaine, meth, and heroin are being eclipsed by cheaper, faster, stronger substances like Flakka, Molly, and Fentanyl....

Oliver Sykes of Bring Me The Horizon Opens Up About Ketamine Addiction & Suicide

Oliver Sykes of Bring Me The Horizon Opens Up About Ketamine Addiction & Suicide

Frontman of the rock band, Bring Me The Horizon, gave NME’s readers an in-depth look at his addiction to ketamine, and how his addiction fomented thoughts of suicide. Oliver Sykes (the dashing lead singer of Bring Me The Horizon) confides his addiction to ketamine initially stemmed from wanting to be...

4 Reasons to Get Sober and Stay Sober

4 Reasons to Get Sober and Stay Sober

September is National Recovery Month, a time to celebrate sobriety and recovery milestones no matter how small. It is also a time to encourage those still suffering from substance abuse disorders to seek treatment and help so they can be freed of their afflictions. For those in need of encouragement,...

5 Serious, Non-Substance Abuse Addictions

5 Serious, Non-Substance Abuse Addictions

When discussing addiction, one’s mind often thinks of the classic substances: alcohol, heroin or cocaine. Though dependency on these, prescription medication, or any illicit drug is serious and should be addressed, addiction is a disease that strikes in a variety of ways. Though you or someone you know may not...

5 Tips for Success in a Rehab Program

5 Tips for Success in a Rehab Program

The decision to finally end addiction’s suffocating hold on one’s life can be daunting. The journey to sobriety is rarely as simple as “stop doing drugs” like so many benighted non-users believe. Addiction is a complex disease rooted deeply in the mind, affecting one’s perception of self, the world, and...

What You Need to Know About Self Harm & Addiction

What You Need to Know About Self Harm & Addiction

If ever there were two things society does not want to talk about, self mutilation and addiction are definitely towards the top of the list- and it’s a grave injustice to the people struggling through both disorders. In fact, those with substance use disorders, and people who engage in self...

Alcohol and Guns?! Daytona Beach Gives Gun Range Alcohol Service License

Alcohol and Guns?! Daytona Beach Gives Gun Range Alcohol Service License

To the common man, alcohol and booze is pretty clearly a bad combination. Alcohol’s suppressant nature means those who consume large enough quantities of it have less physical coordination and lowered inhibitions. Alcohol-related violent crimes typically involve the use of a gun, yet Daytona Beach city commissioners have elected to...

Gearing Up for Back To School: Be Sure To Discuss Drug Use With Your Preteens and Teenagers

Gearing Up for Back To School: Be Sure To Discuss Drug Use With Your Preteens and Teenagers

The adolescent use of legal drugs, illegal drugs, and underage drinking is essentially every parent’s nightmare. Unfortunately, people are more likely to begin abusing drugs such as tobacco, alcohol, and illegal and prescription drugs during their years of adolescence and early adulthood. According to the National Institute of Drug Abuse...

Will Money Seized from Drug Dealers Be Enough to Keep Stores of Narcan for Overdose Victims?

Will Money Seized from Drug Dealers Be Enough to Keep Stores of Narcan for Overdose Victims?

The heroin epidemic continues to plague all corners of the nation. Earlier this week CBS Pittsburgh reported a rash of 17 heroin overdoses- three of those victims are now dead. It’s not enough to lament the reports, we have to take action and do something about it. But what can...