Increasing Use of ADHD Medication on College Campuses

A recent study has indicated that the practice of using Adderall and other stimulants in college students is increasing at an alarming rate.


5 Ways to Navigate this Election Season While Being Sober

Negative news regarding political candidates can get intense. People who are new to recovery can benefit from steering clear of stressful political discussions.


What We Can Learn About Shame and Alcoholism From Stephen Moyer

Actor Stephen Moyer from the TV show True Blood shares tips he's learned through his plight with shame and sobriety.


People Who Drink Heavily May Have Lower I.Q.

The study indicated that lower scores on the IQ tests were associated with a higher consumption of alcohol and risky drinking behaviors.


What You Need to Know About Flakka

Flakka is so potent and is extremely inexpensive that its use has grown in certain parts of the country.


Can Your Brain Size Indicate Risk for Addiction?

A recent study investigates the correlation between brain volume and likelihood of addiction.


5 US Cities That Drink the Most

Knowing in advance that drinking culture is stronger in some cities than others can help you to stay mentally strong in your sobriety and avoid a relapse.


Guess the Drug: What's That Smell?

Here are some clues to help you identify these 5 notorious drugs by their stench.


How Switching Addictions is Detrimental to Recovery

Substance addiction can transfer to anything, including pornography, sex, gambling, or even exercise.


New Fingerprint Test Can Determine Cocaine Use

Researchers believe that future law-enforcement agencies could have a number of portable fingerprint drug tests available to them.



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