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Explore The Dangers of Drug Abuse & Addiction

Lonely Drinkers

Rehabs.com a provider of rehabilitation treatment resources, conducted a survey of 3,000 Americans to find out what percentage of people drink alone on a regular basis.

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Clandestine Laboratories

Rehabs.com a provider of rehabilitation treatment resources, conducted a survey of 3,000 Americans to find out what percentage of people drink alone on a regular basis.

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Your Face on Meth

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.

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Before and After Recovery

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.

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The Growing Male Body

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.

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College Drugs Parallax

An interactive parallax walkthrough that highlights some of the alarming stats about the use and abuse of drugs an alcohol on college campuses.

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Drugs on Campus

In-depth research, designed to illuminate the drug and alcohol arrest data published yearly by college campuses around the country.

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Visualizing Drug Experiences

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.

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Women's Body Image and BMI

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..

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Live Drug Use Map

These live snapshots show how often Americans engage in drug and alcohol activities in each state and see how your home state compares.

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Average Face of Pro- and Anti-Marijuana Politicians

Legal approaches to marijuana use have become a contentious topic in recent years, with politicians siding for or against legalizing the use of marijuana recreationally. We looked at the faces of governors, senators, and representatives to determine the average face of each stance.

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Congressional Attention vs. The Reality of Drug Abuse

Political interest in controversial subjects often rises and falls from year to year, including the attention given to the problem of substance abuse. But as we’ve found, Congress is frequently out of step with the reality of Americans’ struggles with addiction.

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The State of Treatment in America Rehabs and Drug Rehab Referrals

In a nation rife with drug and alcohol abuse, there’s a substantial demand for services treating substance dependence and addiction. Using data from the 2013 National Survey of Substance Abuse Treatment Services, we’ve charted who’s seeking treatment, which centers provide treatment for various substance problems, and where their substance abuse clients are concentrated across the country.

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Uncovering the Afghan Opium Scourge

Afghanistan has been the world’s primary source of opium for decades. This project takes an in-depth look at how the US-led NATO invasion of Afghanistan in 2001 has dramatically increased opium production and distribution leading to devastating effects worldwide.

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How Will It All End?

A popular AMC show, Breaking Bad, depicted the drug war from the perspective of a meth manufacturer. To raise funds for DrugFree.org we offered up a system for fans to cast their votes on how the season would end.

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Imagining an America Where Money is Not Spent on Drugs

It may be difficult to imagine, but what if there was no such thing as a drug abuse problem in America? Where would the money be getting spent? We’ve assessed the amount of money that is spent on various substance abuse programs, including health care, treatment facilities, and criminal justice and the results may surprise you.

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