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Ignition Interlock Device to Prevent Driving While Intoxicated

Last Updated on March 5, 2019 by Driving while intoxicated (DUI) has produced an epidemic of alcohol-related vehicle fatalities that spawned organizations, like Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) and raised public awareness in hopes of preventing and reducing the number of deaths each year. Since campaigns such as “friends don’t let friends drink and drive” […]


Do House Calls for Hangovers Enable Alcoholics?

Last Updated on January 21, 2020 by Right or wrong, good or bad, a new reality has arrived at society’s front door, and it’s a nurse with a hangover treatment package complete with a vitamin-enriched IV drip. According to a Gallup Poll, in the United States, 66 percent of adults admit to drinking on a […]


Mephedrone is the Newest Club Drug Known as “Meow-Meow”

Last Updated on March 8, 2021 by There seems to be no end to a class of narcotics known as “designer drugs.” These are substances created to mimic the “high” of an existing drug using chemicals not yet classified as illegal. Sellers are able to peddle these unsafe chemicals legally, until authorities outlaw the compounds, […]


MDMA Overdose Prevention and What To Do in an Emergency

Last Updated on April 28, 2016 by Not a year goes by without news of young people losing their lives after taking MDMA on the rave and electronic dance music (EDM) scene. There have been a handful of deaths in 2015 alone. Known on the street as “molly” or “ecstasy,” MDMA is methylenedioxy-methamphetamine, a psychoactive […]


Alcoho-Lock Prevents Drinking and Biking

Last Updated on February 26, 2017 by “Ghost bikes” are somber memorials for bicyclists who have died in a crash. Painted all white and chained up near the crash site, they’re often accompanied by a photograph and bio of the victim, as well as flowers and other small remembrances. Sadly, these memorial sightings have become […]


The Latest Trend In Music Festival Drug Safety

Last Updated on December 16, 2019 by Large-scale music festivals in America are big business because they inject millions of dollars into local economies. As a result, cities across the country clamor to host these multi-day concerts. An estimated 32 million people attended at least one music festival last year, according to Nielsen Music, and […]


Are Senior Citizens Drinking Too Much?

Last Updated on February 26, 2019 by Aging gracefully is sometimes easier said than done. Senior citizens, anyone aged 65 or older, face a number of challenges, from ailing health to the loss of a spouse and close friends. Many seniors suffer from depression that can stem from a lack of mobility or a greater […]


Don’t Look Back In Regret, Move Forward In Recovery

Last Updated on July 6, 2018 by It’s almost impossible to find an adult of a certain age with no regrets. We all have them, be they small or large. One survey conducted on this subject reports that 90 percent of people say that they have at least one major regret. Studies show that most […]