• The Trends of “Hallucinogenic Enthusiasts”

    More people are "tripping-lite" with drugs like LSD and mushrooms.

    More people are "tripping-lite" with drugs like LSD and mushrooms.

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    Microdosing is a term used to describe the act of routinely taking very small doses of a hallucinogenic drug – like LSD or magic mushrooms. And according to a report from Weird Science, the dangerous trend is gathering force among “hallucinogenic enthusiasts.” Controlled Psychedelics The practice of microdosing has a growing cult following among of [...]

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  • Recovery Hurdles: Overcoming a Real Broken Heart

    Stress can cause broken heart syndrome, a very real medical condition.

    Stress can cause broken heart syndrome, a very real medical condition.

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    You’ve likely heard hundreds of clichés referring to the emotional pain and sadness of a broken heart. Things like the loss of a high school sweetheart or getting into an argument with a close friend often prompt comments like “I’m dying of a broken heart” or something similar. And while breakups, harsh words or the [...]

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  • Surviving the Beating Heart of College Culture

    We're meant to leave college with a degree, not an addiction to alcohol.

    We're meant to leave college with a degree, not an addiction to alcohol.

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    Early on a Saturday morning walking through campus, I pass by street after street of student housing — red cups strewn over lawns, beer pong tables in driveways and familiar faces stumbling out of houses, reeling from the night before. The local diner is packed with students piecing together their Friday nights over egg and [...]

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  • The Catalyst for Binge Drinking Might Be in the Glass

    Could a beverage glass really influence how much you drink?

    Could a beverage glass really influence how much you drink?

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    From the barrage of TV commercials to company happy hours, alcohol is ingrained into the American consciousness. Unfortunately, binge drinking has become a large part of that consciousness. Drinking on the Rise According to data, from the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation, heavy drinking increased by 17.2 percent from 2005 to 2012, an upward [...]

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  • How is the U.S. Reimagining its War on Drugs?

    The new Drug Policy Strategy looks to get "smart on crime."

    The new Drug Policy Strategy looks to get "smart on crime."

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    Since 1971, America has waged a “War on Drugs” in the trenches of public policy, under the veil of stigma and behind the bars of the criminal justice system. However, many experts consider the ongoing, hard-nosed campaign a costly, ineffectual failure — both in its strategies and philosophy. How costly? It’s estimated that the U.S. [...]

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Recovery Hurdles: Overcoming a Real Broken Heart

Stress can cause broken heart syndrome, a very real medical condition.

You’ve likely heard hundreds of clichés referring to the emotional pain and sadness of a broken heart. Things like the loss of a high school sweetheart or getting into an argument with a close friend often prompt comments like “I’m dying of a broken heart” or something similar. And while breakups, harsh words or the [...]

The Catalyst for Binge Drinking Might Be in the Glass

Could a beverage glass really influence how much you drink?

From the barrage of TV commercials to company happy hours, alcohol is ingrained into the American consciousness. Unfortunately, binge drinking has become a large part of that consciousness. Drinking on the Rise According to data, from the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation, heavy drinking increased by 17.2 percent from 2005 to 2012, an upward [...]

4 New Drug Policies You Should Know About

Radical new drug policies are calling for treatment over incarceration.

According to a nationwide poll by the PEW Research Center, a majority of Americans are ready for a cease-fire on the traditional War on Drugs. Roughly 67 percent of Americans support treatment over incarceration, and advocates of policy changes are calling for more comprehensive legislation. As rates of drug abuse increase in the U.S., prisons [...]

Eat Up: 7 Super Foods to Support Recovery

Replacing vital nutrients and vitamins is essential during recovery.

Some believe a person in early recovery should splurge on junk foods, fats and sweets. But why fight two dragons when slaying one is enough? Addiction and Nutrition Substance abuse directly affects basic nutrition and wellness…and not in a good way. Alcohol impedes the body’s ability to absorb nutrients, opiates affect digestive health and stimulants [...]

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