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Senator Schumer calls for stringent border checks to curb drug inflow

Looking at the worsening opioid crisis in the United States, Senator Chuck Schumer from New York is advocating stringent border checks to combat cross-border smuggling of drugs. He is also insisting on hiring more border agents to strengthen the forces, and increasing the number of screening devices to detect...

Doctors in Massachusetts want safe place for people using illegal drugs

Many countries in the world have safe supervised injection sites to tackle the problems associated with drug abuse. However, the United States is severely lagging behind in this regard. The nation has hardly such facilities for drug users where they can inject drugs intravenously under the supervision of an...

Alcohol Awareness Month: Ways to support a partner during recovery from alcohol addiction

“Alcoholism and marriage are almost always a toxic mixture. Why? Because with time alcoholism gets worse, never better.”- Anonymous Living with a better half who has a drinking problem is not only traumatic but also tragic. It is quite painful to see a partner succumbing to the toxins of...

Causal factors for developing alcohol addiction

Constant drinking habits or the tendency to consume alcohol in excess may increase the risks of developing alcohol use disorders (AUDs). Addiction to any kind of substance including alcohol can pave way to negative consequences such as abusive behavior, loss of job, injuries, mental health disorders like depression and...

Stages of addiction – 5: Succumbing to irrepressible urge of substance use

Addiction is often regarded as a path of decline, wherein a person steers on a downward spiral to an otherwise fulfilling life.  In worst cases, people battling with an addiction to drugs or alcohol are condemned in the society and are often considered as criminals or malicious. In fact,...

New Zealand cricketer faces two-year ban for violating anti-doping rules

Historically, drugs and sports have shared a very intriguing relationship. Although the two do not go hand in hand, many sportspersons frequently resort to illegal substances to gain an unfair advantage over their competitors. Over the last few years, a lot of sportsmen have got stripped of their precious...

6 Statesville hospital employees fall sick after eating marijuana-laced sweets

A lot of states in the United States are passing laws to make marijuana use legal either for recreational or medical purposes. While there is an ongoing controversy surrounding the beneficial effects of the drug, what is certain is that a regular use or abuse of pot can be...

Stages of addiction – 4: Chemical dependency

Recognizing an addiction problem in a near and dear one is the most difficult thing to do. However, there are certain general signs of addiction, such as lack of control, or inability to stay away from a substance or behavior, decreased socialization, among others, which indicate an addiction problem...

Carfentanil-induced overdose deaths in Minnesota

Lately, the United States has witnessed a sharp spike in deaths due to drug overdoses. With drug deaths continuing to rise rapidly across most of the American states, experts are now blaming excessive consumption of heroin and fentanyl, a synthetic opioid, for such a high mortality rate.

Fruits and vegetables are the new way of smuggling drugs in America

There is always a way to do anything better. This famous quote stresses on how innovation is the change that can add value to what one does. Drug peddlers worldwide seem to have taken this seriously, unfortunately, to advance their illegal activities. This is evident from a recent incident...