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Is Suing Opioid Makers for Contributing to Crisis Working?

The multi-billion dollar Big Pharma industry has been called into question before regarding the status of the opioid crisis in America. Whether it has been the issue of misleading campaigns to sell more pills, or price gouging the opioid overdose antidote Naloxone in the midst of the worst overdose outbreak in history. Opioid makers are . . . . Continue Reading


Naomi Campbell Opens Up About Cocaine Addiction and Going to NA

  The famous British supermodel Naomi Campbell recently opened up about her past at a women’s summit. Naomi Campbell attended the Fortune Most Powerful International Summit on Monday, June 12, where she reflected on her decision to give up cocaine and the subsequent public shaming she received from the British media after making that decision. . . . . Continue Reading


Alexa PenaVega Opens Up About Bulimia Recovery

Take it from me, eating disorders are no joke. Eating disorders like bulimia wreak havoc on the body months, even years into recovery. Still, recovering from an eating disorder is such an enormous gift of health to your body. That’s why, Alexa PenaVega, known for her role in Spy Kids and a recent stint in . . . . Continue Reading


Another Lawsuit Against Big Pharma

Last month there were lawsuits filed by two counties in California seeking damages for the impact of the Big Pharma marketing strategies, with plaintiffs stating the marketing used by these companies made a serious contribution to the prescription drug epidemic. This was all part of a growing debate as to whether Big Pharma companies should . . . . Continue Reading


The Link Between Social Anxiety and Initial Drug Use

From an early age, I’ve witnessed my peers fall into the pressure of doing drugs and alcohol. Looking back, I realized that for some, this was a way to break out of their shell and prove to others they were not introverted. Many people turn to substances to “loosen up.” For years, therapists and researchers . . . . Continue Reading


National Drug Survey Results Revealed in National Recovery Month

In case you weren’t told, this month was the 26th National Recovery Month (NRM), and as per usual September 10 was considered the annual observance of this important month focusing on bringing awareness to recovery from addiction and mental health disorders in America. As a side-note to the collective celebration of National Recovery Month and those who . . . . Continue Reading


Forbidding Driving for Drug Crimes Hinders Recovery

Back in the 1980s we all had a very different understanding of drugs and drug addiction. Well actually, I wasn’t even born until ’89 so I had no conception at all. However in the 1980s a lot of laws were shaped to meet the drug issue head on, and some of those approaches have now . . . . Continue Reading


Number of Drug Addicted Babies Born Has Quadrupled

Recently, I wrote an article about how states like Ohio are pushing for treatment, rather than criminalization, in order to decrease the staggering amount of babies being born with drug addictions. Now, a new statistic just came out that revealed the number of drug addicted babies born in the US has QUADRUPLED in just one . . . . Continue Reading


Medical Task Force Teaming Up to Battle Opiate Epidemic

With the country finding itself in a state of consistent crisis in regards to the mounting drug problem, especially concerning the overdose outbreak and the opiate epidemic, there has been a lot of revolutionary ideas and concepts brought to the table to try and revitalize the efforts to curb addiction in America. Reforming the strategy . . . . Continue Reading


LSD Could Help Treat Cluster Headaches

Imagine a headache so intense that it drops you to your knees…Imagine a headache so severe that it coined the name “suicide headache” due to the amount of sufferers who take their own lives to free themselves of the debilitating pain. Cluster headache victims are all too familiar with this reality. Cluster headaches are debilitating . . . . Continue Reading