DRUG INFORMATION

Jason Good in Drug Information
October 29, 2019

Does Legal Weed Lead to Heroin? Ask Colorado

Marijuana legalization has been a hot-button issue for years. You’ve got its supporters and its detractors. You’ve got those who see all the benefits of legalizing marijuana for recreational purposes and you’ve got those with a million reasons why it’s a bad idea.

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Jason Good in Drug Information
October 26, 2019

Instead of Creating Zombies, Fake Weed Now Found Containing Heroin, Fentanyl, Tramadol, and Meth

Spice, otherwise known as “fake weed,” has been in the news off and on for many years. When spice first hit the scene, it offered itself to drug users as a marijuana alternative that could be used without fear of failing a drug test. The story with spice is pretty well-known at this point.

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Julie in Drug Information
January 10, 2019

An Estimated 40,000 Children Born with Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Every Year

Alcohol use during pregnancy is the leading preventable cause of learning disabilities, birth defects and developmental disabilities in children.

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Julie in Drug Information
December 20, 2018

Counterfeit Prescription Pills Are Causing Deadly Overdoses

It used to be that if someone took a pharmaceutical pill they knew exactly what it was and how much of the drug was in it. These days people can never be too careful because the prevalence of counterfeit pills is on the rise.

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Julie in Drug Information
December 15, 2018

The Negative Consequences the Glamorization of Alcohol Has on Women

Alcohol advertisements targeted towards women love to show glamorous ladies enjoying fancy drinks in classy settings.

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Julie in Drug Information
November 11, 2018

Recent Study Finds a Link Between Alcohol and Suicide in Colorado

According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), long-term mental health risks of excessive alcohol use include anxiety and depression.

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Kyle in Drug Information
April 13, 2018

Drug Addicts in the Media

Drug addicts appear to be victimized, glorified, villainized and ostracized all in one breath by the United States media outlets. In writing an article it is never advisable to admit that not much time was spent on researching the topic but in this case, I would have to disagree.

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