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How Industries Are Adjusting to the Opioid Crisis
Seabrook | 20 July

Each week new research is published journaling the opioid crisis. The information being gathered needs to be shared. More and

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Overweight Young Girls Likely to Use Substances Early
Seabrook | 30 June

Physical and mental characteristics in childhood have often been linked to substance abuse later in life. Most recently, obesity in

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Opioid Use Disorders Doubled in Last Ten Years
Seabrook | 28 June

A study conducted by the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAA) and published in the Journal of Clinical

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Substance Use in Middle School Leads to High School Problems
Seabrook | 24 June

Youths that begin drinking alcohol and smoking marijuana in middle school are likely to have mental health problems and academic

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Teens Do Not Consider Molly Ecstasy
Seabrook | 23 June

Although many nationwide surveys claim that ecstasy use in adolescents is decreasing, that may not be the case. This is

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Do Painkillers Prolong Chronic Pain?
Seabrook | 21 June

Due to the thousands of overdoses caused by prescription medications each year, it is important that scientists research these powerful

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Marijuana Users Think It’s OK to Smoke and Drive
Seabrook | 16 June

A study conducted by RTI International and published in Health Education Research finds that marijuana users believe it is okay

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People Misusing Medication to Alleviate Chronic Pain
Seabrook | 15 June

Many studies have shown that people misusing medications, whether they are prescribed to them or not, are attempting to alleviate

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Smoking During Pregnancy Can Lead to ADHD
Seabrook | 7 June

It is well known that smoking during pregnancy affects the baby in numerous ways. It can lead to premature birth,

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New Candy-Like ADHD Medication Dangerous
Seabrook | 31 May

A new medication used to treat Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) in children is causing concern. The medication, named Adzenys,

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