Anyone can fall prey to addiction. But some people who work in certain careers may be at a heightened risk due to workplace stress, exposure to substances, etc.
There's no doubt that marijuana has harmful effects. But as scientific studies of the drug continue to report their conclusions, it would appear that there is much in the name of harmful effects regarding marijuana that we did NOT know, not until now.
In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, people all across the country are taking extra precautions to protect their health. But what about those who are also struggling with an addiction to drugs and alcohol?
There have been so many times I’ve said I wouldn’t drink, then an hour later I’d be at the liquor store.
Exercise has proven health benefits in many different ways, from helping to avoid illness to improving heart and lung function to keeping bones and joints healthy and strong. How can you incorporate exercise into your life in a way that meets your needs?
People who struggle with drug addiction and alcohol abuse are at higher risk of contracting an illness. And in a time when a contagious virus is spreading across America, it could not be more vital that struggling addicts seek help as soon as possible.
Meth addiction is skyrocketing, despite the clearly harmful nature of meth use. Why is meth growing in popularity? And what can people do to curb this problem?
Opiate prescribing trends seem to have fallen across America. This is movement in the right direction; however, there is still much to do to effectively tackle addiction in our nation.
Drugs have harmful effects on those who use them. But why does methamphetamine have such a particularly awful effect? How does meth seem to physically age those who use it, making them appear much older than they actually are?
A recent study highlighted the large gap between reported drug use when questioned and later quantitative tests on provided samples.