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Category Archives: Drugs and News

Leah Messer Plans on Entering Rehab

“Teen Mom 2” Star Leah Messer Plans on Entering Rehab For Drug Abuse MTV has been known for putting out some controversial shows over the past few years. One of these controversial show that is at the top of the list is “Teen Mom”. This show follows around teenagers that have become pregnant and show Continue Reading

Super Strength Skunk Cannabis

Super Strength Skunk Cannabis Can Triple Mental Health Risks With legalizing marijuana in certain states, the new trend seems to be coming up with the best form of a marijuana. There are even competitions and contests on who can make the best form of marijuana. Now a new super strength skunk cannabis is becoming very Continue Reading

Clinton Foundation To Help Make Naloxone More Affordable

Anti-Overdose Medication Naloxone, Made Affordable by Clinton Foundation In recent years, death via drug overdose has become a leading cause of death in the United States. In 2013 alone, over 40,000 drug overdose deaths were reported, 16,000 of which were attributed to opioid overdoses. Naloxone, an anti-overdose drug that is often called the “overdose antidote,” Continue Reading

Meth Filled Drone Crashes in Tijuana

Meth Filled Drone Crashes on the Way to California Drug dealers have been finding new ways to deliver and hide their illegal activity for decades. A meth filled drone is the newest method for delivering some of those drugs, but the plan did not work out exactly as planned. Mexican police officials said that a Continue Reading

Ohio Drops 2-Drug Lethal Injection Method

Ohio Drops 2-Drug Lethal Injection Method After Lethal Injection Goes Bad On February 11, 1989, 22-year-old Joy Stewart was forced out of her car, raped, and murdered. Her throat was slashed so severely that both her carotid artery and jugular vein were severed, and her body was left in a rural area in the woods Continue Reading

Doctor Selling Drugs is Sentenced to Nearly Five Years in Prison

Doctor Selling Drugs is Sentenced to Nearly Five Years in Prison and is Used as A Cautionary Tale A doctor selling drugs was sentenced to three months shy of five years in a federal prison and a subsequent period of three years of supervised release on Monday. William Joseph Watson of Del Mar, Calif., a Continue Reading

Xbox video game consoles are the latest household item that drug smugglers are using to bring cocaine into the country. Four men were arrested in mid-October for allegedly smuggling thousands of grams of cocaine from the Dominican Republic to Berks County, PA using the popular video gaming consoles. Homeland Security investigators, in conjunction with U.S. Continue Reading

How to Spot a Meth Lab

Meth Labs Are Everywhere Meth, or methamphetamine, is one of the most addictive drugs that is being abused today. As a result, meth labs have been springing up in homes and apartments where meth is made for personal use and/or to sell to others. Whether you’re looking to buy a new home or you just Continue Reading

5 Untrue Drug Addiction Stereotypes

Millions of Americans suffer from drug and alcohol abuse and addiction, with many more experimenting with drugs every year. Despite this high prevalence, drug abuse remains stigmatized within American society. Americans commonly hold stereotypes about drug addiction that maintain this stigma against those in treatment or recovery. Only “down and out” types struggle with addiction. Continue Reading

Alcohol Awareness Month

“Help for Today, Hope for Tomorrow” April is Alcohol Awareness month. This designation began in 1987 to call awareness to alcoholism and alcohol-related issues. The hope is to increase public awareness and reduce the stigma around alcoholism. This year’s theme is “Help for Today, Hope for Tomorrow,” and this year’s focus is on underage drinking. Continue Reading