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Category: What’s the Difference?

Alcohol: 5 Facts You Need to Know

Alcohol: 5 Facts You Need to Know

In our society, we often downplay the risks and dangers of alcohol consumption until tragedy strikes: a drunk-driving car accident, disease brought on by long-term alcoholism, and more. Understanding those dangers before it’s too late with these 10 things you need to know about drinking.   Fact #1: Alcohol is...

Substance Dependency Vs. Addiction: What’s the Difference?

Substance Dependency Vs. Addiction: What’s the Difference?

By now in the “What’s the Difference?” series, we’ve learned quite a bit about substance abuse; you can catch up on those topics in our What’s the Difference? blog category. Today we’re going to take a step back and delve further into what substance abuse really is- specifically the difference...

Marijuana: What’s the Difference? Indica Vs. Sativa

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It’s Tuesday, and you know what that means: time for another installment in our ongoing “What’s the Difference?” Hopefully you’ve been following along and learning more about the addictive substances covered thus far. For today’s edition of “What’s the Difference?” we’re delving beneath the smoke and munchies debris to explore...

What’s the Difference? Uppers and Downers

What’s the Difference? Uppers and Downers

Thus far in the “What’s the Difference?” series we’ve covered Heroin and Fentanyl, Meth and Crystal Meth, K-2 and Marijuana, Beer, Wine, and Spirits, MDMA, Ecstasy, and Molly, and Crack Cocaine and Powdered Cocaine. While I certainly hope you’ve learned something in those installments, it’s time we get down to...

Heroin Vs. Fentanyl: What’s the Difference?

What is Heroin? What is Heroin Addiction?

Heroin and Fentanyl have been in the news quite a bit recently, especially given the recent rise in heroin-related overdose deaths tied to the integration of Fentanyl into the heroin markets across the country. Often those who suffer these unfortunate overdoses aren’t aware that they are taking this lethal concoction;...

What’s the Difference? Meth Vs. Crystal Meth

What’s the Difference? Meth Vs. Crystal Meth

Methamphetamine: just the word is enough to conjure thoughts of gaunt cheeks, rotting teeth, and suffering. Ask the average person what they think is the worst illicit substance to which someone can be addicted, and it’s likely meth will be relatively high on the list. The effects of methamphetamine abuse...

What’s the Difference? K-2 Vs. Marijuana

What Does Marijuana Legalization Mean?

There’s been a lot of debate regarding marijuana over the last few years: legalization, medical applications, recreational use, and economic benefits, primarily. While it’s hard to deny there are advantages to the legalization of marijuana, it is irresponsible to imply that it is in anyway a perfect drug, or that...

What’s the Difference? Beer, Wine, and Spirits

What’s the Difference? Beer, Wine, and Spirits

Drinking: the great American pastime. Despite the fact that we all know the dangers involved with alcohol consumption, as of 2014 64 percent of adults in the U.S. (meaning 18 or older, thus including adult, under-aged drinkers) stated they had “occasion to use alcoholic beverages). The drinking rate among people...

What’s the Difference? MDMA, Ecstasy, and Molly

10 Facts You Need to Know About: Prescription Drug Abuse

Street drugs have variety nicknames, usually in an attempt to bypass suspicion and legal consequences for the illegal drug trade for parties on both ends. There’s a few we all probably recognize: Molly Angel Dust Acid Blow X Ganja Ice Oxies Bars Knowing these names and attempting to be “in”...

What’s the Difference? Crack Cocaine Versus Powdered Cocaine

What’s the Difference? Crack Cocaine Versus Powdered Cocaine

I have a personal thirst for knowledge. On any given day, there’s a minimum of a dozen times where a question pops into my head, leading to some googling and online research, or-at the very least- using prior knowledge to compose a hypothesis. That thirst for knowledge has been with...

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