Affecting more than 40 million Americans, drug abuse is sure to touch our lives. Drugs are not discriminatory, so there is no one specific race, gender, or occupation that are more likely to abuse drugs. Chances are we either have Continue reading How to Recognize Drug Abuse in Coworkers
Every society has its drug abusers. These have a variety of effects, many of which are negative, from lost productivity to health problems to people simply being less happy. In spite of numerous laws and regulations, drug abuse has never Continue reading The Effect of Drug Abuse on Society
Indicators of School Crime and Safety published an article that revealed alarming statistics. 25 percent of 9th through 12th grade students reported someone had offered or sold them drugs on campus. Kids can get opiates, stimulants, sedatives and tranquilizers at Continue reading Prescription Drug Abuse in School
Why would I tell my doctor I’m in recovery? Some may have been referred to treatment by their physicians, in which case it is no great secret to their health care provider that they have a substance abuse problem. But Continue reading I’m an Addict & Alcoholic: Telling Your Doctor & Pharmacist
As parents, most are in the highest hopes that they would be able to say motivating words, especially to sons or daughters that are going through drug or alcohol dependency. While parents have to eventually detaching and let go of Continue reading Substance Abuse Rehab: 4 Magical Words To Help Your Child Start Over ‘Again’
Are you struggling with drug addiction? Sobriety can seem to be impossible to you, particularly when you happen to be struggling with the rampant drug use. However, recovery is not something out of your reach, and no matter what seems Continue reading How To Get Rid Of Drug Addiction?