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Ohio Sees Drop in Overdose Rates

Let me start by saying O-H and hoping someone out there knows how to finish it… (I-O) I mean come one, do you not see this picture above?! Is that not a gorgeous view?! Amazing right… yeah, that’s the O-State. As someone who was born and raising in Buckeye country, and as someone who was . . . . Continue Reading


Drug Overdoses Deaths Increasing in Prisons

It seems we don’t already hear enough about drug overdose deaths, because new information about surprising and troubling statistics are seemingly in no short supply. Even in the prison system it seems drug overdose death is on a rampage, and in California inmates are dying of drug overdoses at nearly triple the national rate. Right . . . . Continue Reading


Senate Shuts Down DEA Efforts to Interfere in Marijuana Reforms

  Marijuana reform; how much can be said about the leaps and bounds this country has seen in regards to legalization or decriminalization of this substance. Voices ring out from both sides of the argument about various issues coming to light, bipartisan movements continue to march forward with revolutionary ideas for regulation and the federal . . . . Continue Reading


Flakka: The New Face of Fear

As time rolls on we are constantly awe-struck with some of the horror stories associated with designer, synthetic drugs. From vicious assaults to videos of adverse and terrifying reactions to the drugs we are exposed to the evils of a new drug enterprise terrorizing the country. Some go as far as calling it the second . . . . Continue Reading


242 People Sick from Synthetic Marijuana in Texas

K2 is a name synonymous with synthetic marijuana, which is a term gradually becoming associated with sickness and suffering as more reports and stories pour in of people who have been lured in with the promise of ‘safe’ alternatives to marijuana ending up ill, some even resulting in death. While the problem with synthetic or . . . . Continue Reading


Cellphone Addiction Hurting Academics

I have personally wondered to myself countless times how cellphones, especially smartphones and similar devices, would impact future generations of academics. As a high school student I never had access to a device so powerful I could communicate across so many forums constantly while searching anything and everything from this pocket-sized super computer. Now that . . . . Continue Reading


Nitros Oxide Abuse on the Rise

Nitrous oxide is a chemical compound commonly used in surgery and dentistry for its anesthetic and analgesic effects. It has earned the alias of “laughing gas” due to the euphoric effects often created through inhaling it, and thanks to that reputation it has managed to make its way into the world of recreational drug use and substance abuse as a dissociative anesthetic. Also known as: Nitrous Nitro NOS Nitros . . . . Continue Reading


Laughter Yoga: A Holistic Sense of Humor

Yoga is a spiritual, mental and physical discipline that has been used in a variety of schools and practices to achieve different goals typically meant to be healing and healthy. Used often in combination with meditation and other holistic practices, yoga strategies have been diversely developed with all kinds of elements for therapy, and believe it . . . . 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