Dogs have long been known as man’s best friend and they play a huge role in our daily life. Whether it is companionship or service dogs, they go with us on some crazy adventures and travel most of the places people go…
An article released by LasVegasNow.com takes a different look at the results of the fight against the opioid epidemic. It is common knowledge that the opiate epidemic has and continues to take a massive toll on lives lost and lives affected.
President Trump’s idea to build a massive border wall on the Mexican border has been hugely controversial in the U.S. Many point to flaws with the plan, but some startling news may bring reason for consideration.
Colleges sometimes have the reputation as a time for “spreading one’s wings” which can include binge drinking and experimenting with drugs. Some schools are working on turning this image around. The reason why might surprise you.
This new drug has caused deaths from Florida to Vancouver, Canada, with authorities warning that taking it even once could be fatal. Technically is not a new drug but a cocktail of very dangerous drugs mixed together that when mixed, result in life threatening consequences.
September kicks off National Recovery Month with this year marking the 27th annual recovery month. This is the time we celebrate those who have taken their lives back from addiction and reach out to those who have lost someone they love and offer our support.
As rehabs have closed in Houston and those in Florida begin to close as well, addicts and their families can be left in a difficult situation. In addition to storms displacing those who are in treatment, it also disrupts the drug supply into an area.
August 31st is the day we celebrate International Overdose Awareness Day to commemorate those lost to drug addiction and to raise awareness on how to prevent the loss of more life. The drug epidemic has not slowed down and now more than ever, it is important to be prepared.
Almost a year ago, we posted a blog about the brutal war on drugs in the Philippines. Thousands of people have been killed in the war on drugs and many claim those deaths were at the hands of the President of the Philippines, Rodrigo Duterte.
Alright well first off we know this sounds absolutely ridiculous, but it may not be as far fetched as you think. Just last month one farm company had a lawsuit filed against them for allegedly giving their chickens ketamine…