Recently, a truck was searched by US Customs and Border Protection while attempting to cross an official border station in Nogales, Arizona. Hidden within its cargo of cucumbers were 254 pounds of fentanyl; the largest haul of this lethal drug ever intercepted. In divided doses, this one shipment would have been sufficient to kill 100 million […]
In our world today, people’s lives are busy, whether with work, family, school, hobbies, or other activities. Within our daily environments, it may seem as though there is limited time for our mental health and wellbeing, unless we are proactively creating this space for ourselves. Additionally, there is a clear stigma that invades schools and […]
As emphasized in Part One of this series, every new year is an opportunity for a fresh start. For anyone who is still figuring out their goals and priorities for the new year, below are five more suggestions –– building off of Part One –– for new year’s resolutions focused around the theme of mental […]
For the past twenty years, the number of drug overdose deaths has been growing exponentially. Presently, over 70,000 people die from overdoses every year. If this level of lethality were caused by terrorists, the government would declare an emergency and take decisive action. In contrast, the government response to our epidemic of drug deaths has […]
A pessimistic person might say that overdose deaths from fentanyl and carfentanil are not only out of control, but also inherently uncontrollable. These powerful synthetic opioids are potent enough to kill in extremely tiny doses and too potent to ever successfully keep off the street. What’s Causing Fentanyl’s Widespread and Deadly Usage? The problem is […]
Are smokers more or less happy than their non-smoking peers? Does being happy influence people’s likelihood of smoking? A wealth of research investigating the relationship between reported levels of happiness and smoking habits has unearthed some interesting findings. Turns out folks who smoke tend to be less happy than their smoke-free counterparts. But whether it’s […]
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