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Michael Martinez Jr. is a drug addict diagnosed with a variety of mental health problems. His mother was stabbed to death by her boyfriend. His father is in prison for his own drug conviction.
New research from N. C. State University and the University of B. C. finds that a woman’s history of drug use can help predict whether they will suffer from problems with stress and anxiety after childbirth.
As President Elect Trump prepares to confront multiple crises, a serious crisis looms. It kills tens of thousands of young Americans annually, inflicting unparalleled suffering on American families.
It doesn’t surprise me that many people are hesitant about the concept of medication-assisted drug abuse treatment. Treating drug abuse with more drugs seems counterintuitive.
Unemployment appears to play a role in the risk for nonmedical use of prescription opioids and stimulants, according to a new study at Columbia University’s School of Public Health.
While the drug problem is increasing, the number of facilities equipped to treat and help those convicted due to their addiction is limited. Many become repeat offenders because of their inability to curb their habit.
The Office of Drug Policy seeks to elicit, motivate and coordinate Louisiana organizations, agencies, entities and individuals toward the goal of eradicating drug and alcohol abuse in Louisiana.
The mannequin challenge has undoubtedly been the light-hearted craze of late 2016, but this particular version has a truly meaningful message at its core.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren delivered an attack on congressional Republicans and Senate Majority Leader over a medical research bill, pushing them to oppose a measure that’s corrupt, and it is very, very dangerous.”
President Barack Obama is one step closer to his $1 billion wish to expand access to substance abuse treatment after the House approved a bill to overhaul the FDA’s medicine approval process.
Families are gathering for the holidays. People are seeing each other for the first time in possibly a long time. But something just doesn’t seem quite right with one family member.