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Demi Lovato is 6 Years into Sobriety: Celebrity Recovery Story

Demetria Devonne Lovato, AKA Demi Lovato, was born August 20, 1992. The 25-year-old American is not only a famous singer, songwriter, and actress; she is also an advocate for mental health and recovery. This world-wide starlet earned a number-one album with Here We Go Again, released back in 2009, and has released five top-five albums . . . . Continue Reading


Cocaine in America: Use Rising Under the Radar

There is absolutely no denying at this point the severity and urgency of the opioid epidemic in the U.S. Synthetic opioids like fentanyl and semi-synthetic opioids like prescription painkillers or heroin are destroying countless lives across the nation. But we cannot drop our guard on the other very real threats that are a lot bigger . . . . Continue Reading


Mary J. Blige: Celebrity Recovery Stories

Mary J. Blige is a singer, songwriter, model, producer, and actress from The Bronx, New York. Not only is she a nine-time Grammy winner, she is also showing herself as a contender for Best Supporting Actress following her performance in the upcoming Netflix series Mudbound. She has released 13 studio albums since the early 90s with . . . . Continue Reading


Belinda Carlisle Reflects on the Past: “I Can’t Believe I’m Not Dead”

Belinda Carlisle rose to fame in the 80s as the lead singer of The Go-Go’s and later a successful solo artist. The Go-Go’s recently celebrated the 35th anniversary of their beloved Vacation album. However, along with her rising fame, Carlisle struggled with addiction. Looking back, Carlisle says she is surprised she is still here. Carlisle, . . . . Continue Reading


Hiking Appalachian Trail to Raise Recovery Awareness

Sobriety is no walk in the park, but then again some people do just that as part of their efforts to stay sober and active in their recovery, and one man has done a little more than the average afternoon stroll in regards to making a difference in the recovery community. One man from Connecticut . . . . Continue Reading


Women’s Brains Effected More by Stimulants

It is a reasonable assessment that men and women experience some things differently, with levels of severity and experiences that vary from case to case. With no intention of making a harmful generalization, it is still interesting to consider the differences between how certain thing effect the sexes in different ways. Now researchers are suggesting . . . . Continue Reading


10% of Drugs Being Bought Online

The ship of Dread Pirate Roberts that infamously sailed the Silk Road illicit market on the Dark Web sank last year, and it has been a very talked-about story of how a computer expert became an online drug kingpin, only to be captured and hit with the harshest penalties possible with life in prison, but . . . . Continue Reading


What Sewers Say About Cocaine in Water

Apparently there is a pretty peculiar way that scientists have discovered they can estimate how much a particular drug is used in a city based on something that we all contribute to in one way or another, and while it seems a little gross, it makes sense to consider this, especially based on what might . . . . Continue Reading


Sin City to Host CA Convention

When someone thinks of Las Vegas- aka Sin City- is most known for vast casinos and hotels, a renowned city in Southern Nevada infamous for gambling, shopping, fine dining and a notorious nightlife. In general just celebrating all forms of vice, so it is the last place you would imagine when you talk about sobriety. . . . . Continue Reading


Jon Jones Speaks Out, Says He is NOT an Addict

Ultimate Fighting Championship light heavyweight champion Jon Jones has officially spoken for the first time publicly since it was in the news that he tested positive for cocaine in a recent drug test. Jones took responsibility for using cocaine late last year, but said he has never been more than a recreational user and insists that he . . . . Continue Reading