Meth has an astounding destructive power. It can take away everything. View the real life devastation it can cause in this shocking infographic.
Over time, meth abuse can transform a person's face and body. This video shows the impact years of abuse have in seconds.
Learn about this surprising epidemic that is sweeping the country. Help raise awareness by embedding an interactive pill bottle on your site.
The impact of drug use and abuse is shocking. To visualize how large the influence of drugs are, we've created a 3-D, interactive and immersive visualization.
This shocking research and Infographic look at how the pursuit of a 'Barbie' body is impossible and how such a pursuit is taking its toll on women.
This enlightening interactive infographic shows how the capitalistic, consumption-driven U.S. economy is the largest buyer of illicit drugs in the entire world.
What can narcotics seizures tell us about the American drug landscape as it exists right now?
The physical impact of drugs like meth is incredible. This new application can show you what you might look like after years of meth abuse.
We've shown you what havoc drugs can have on a person's appearance. Thankfully, recovery and sobriety often lead to physical changes in the right direction.
In an update to our Faces of Meth campaign, we look at the physical transformation of individuals arrested over time for drug related crimes.
Here we look at male body weight and anxieties over the past 100 years. We explore weight issues and disorders among the less talked about male population.
An interactive parallax walkthrough that highlights some of the alarming stats about the use and abuse of drugs an alcohol on college campuses.
In-depth research, designed to illuminate the drug and alcohol arrest data published yearly by college campuses around the country.
Data analysis that examines the self-reported experiences of people who have used various drugs. We examine the words most used to describe each experience in aggregate.
From Marilyn Monroe to Kate Moss, the body shapes of the most admired models have remained consistently slimmer than that of the average American woman, representing a nearly impossible ideal..
These live snapshots show how often Americans engage in drug and alcohol activities in each state and see how your home state compares.
A follow up to our original Drugs on Campus research, this project analyzes recently released data from the Office of Postsecondary Education.
This project takes an in-depth look at drinking and drugging habits at The University of Iowa, America's number one party school.
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