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Greek Life, Alcohol and Drug Addiction
Just Boys Being Boys (and Girls Being Girls)? Greek Life, Alcohol and Drug Addiction
February 26, 2018

Fraternity and sorority life has long been acknowledged as a rite of passage, an opportunity to bond with like-minded kids who…

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sexual abuse trauma and addiction
Unseen Scars: Sexual Abuse, Drug and Alcohol Addiction
February 22, 2018

Anyone who followed the horrific testimony of the more than 150 members of the United States Women’s Gymnastics Team is now…

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Big Boys Don’t Cry: Deadly Stereotypes & Men’s Mental Health Disorders
Big Boys Don’t Cry: Deadly Stereotypes and Men’s Health
February 15, 2018

After the elementary school shootings in Newtown, President Obama speaks to the nation with tears in his eyes. It was a…

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Social Media & Mental Illness: Its effects on our mental health.
The Price of Staying Connected: Social Media and Mental Illness
January 29, 2018

It’s a time like no other. More people are more connected than ever, yet they feel more isolated and more dependent…

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6 Tips For Dealing With Social Drinking | Alcohol Addiction
“C’mon, One Won’t Hurt You”: 6 Tips For Dealing With Social Drinking
January 25, 2018

Adam offered it to Eve. Your best friends will offer it to you. Whether it’s one bite or one sip, life…

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Marijuana Legalization Panacea Pandemic
Mainstream Marijuana: Panacea or Pandemic?
December 8, 2017

In  1938, the campy film classic, “Reefer Madness,” introduced the American public to the horrors of smoking marijuana. Since then, there…

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When Gratitude Replaces Attitude
November 20, 2017

It’s that time of year again. Turkey. Family. Gifts. Ringing in the New Year. But if you’re dealing with alcohol and…

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The Rehab Life: What to Expect and How to Have a Life After Rehab
Life After Rehab—Say What?
November 1, 2017

While many people go out of state for drug treatment programs, life after rehab starts with moving home. For some people,…

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Opioid Epidemic: Drug overdoses and decrease in federal funding
Children of the Opioid Epidemic
October 30, 2017

Small towns across America are feeling the crunch financially, unable to keep up with the strain it’s putting on resources. A…

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overdose awareness day
International Overdose Awareness Day: Stand Up to Overdose
August 14, 2017

Many people have either lost friends or family members to drug overdose, or know someone who has lost loved ones. Today’s…

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