Drug Addiction

High Time to End This Immoral Drugs War

High time to end this immoral drugs war
It is 43 years since Richard Nixon, in need of a public enemy to shore up support for his snarling style of uncompassionate conservatism, declared war on a new target. "America's public enemy No 1 is drug abuse," he declared, warning Congress that the …
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Serial burglar denied appeals
Loughman said the spree was the result of his drug addiction and… Continue reading

Criminal Case Opened Over West Siberia's Altai Drug Addiction Clinic Fire

Criminal case opened over West Siberia's Altai drug addiction clinic fire
BARNAUL, April 27. /ITAR-TASS/. A criminal case was opened over a fire which broke out at the drug addiction rehabilitation centre in south-eastern West Siberia's Altai territory on a charge of providing services that do not meet safety requirements …
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Inmate hopes clemency changes will help him
… Department announced changes to its clemency criteria this week, a… Continue reading

Oklahoma Tackles the Prescription Drug Abuse Epidemic

Oklahoma Tackles the Prescription Drug Abuse Epidemic
Everyone knows someone who has been seriously affected by prescription drug abuse. Yet, when a report issued late last year revealed that the leading cause of accidental death in the United States is drug overdose — primarily from prescription drugs …
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US Officials Call for Greater Use of Medications to Treat Drug Abuse
More than 15 million people… Continue reading

Why Is Having a Habit of Lying Sometimes Worst Than a Drug Addiction?

Question by : Why is having a habit of lying sometimes worst than a drug addiction?
Some of you all can’t help it…I know I told my share of them…but some of the ones I’ve heard don’t make no sense at all.

Best answer:

Answer by Tass o3o
Drug Addiction – You eventually run out and you have to choose to keep re-buying or not.

Lying – Once you start lying, it just… Continue reading

What Is the Difference Between Drug Abuse and Drug Addiction?

Question by Chronic: What is the difference between drug abuse and drug addiction?
I am witing something freelance and just wondering if anyone can give me an addequite difference between drug abuse and drug addiction.

The definition of an addict is: 1. To cause to become physiologically or psychologically dependent on a habit-forming substance
2. To occupy (oneself) with or involve (oneself) in something habitually or compulsively

Definition of drug abuse: he use of illegal… Continue reading

Panel Educates Parents About Teen Alcohol and Substance Abuse Issues

Panel educates parents about teen alcohol and substance abuse issues
The new effort in the South Glens Falls community is looking to educate parents about teen alcohol and substance abuse. The program, hosted by The Community Coalition for Family Wellness, is open to anyone and made possible by a Drug Free …
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Pre-teen prescription drug abuse rising in Lincoln County
(KMOV.com) – Officials have told News… Continue reading