Monthly Archives: September 2016

  • Why Is Heroin Addiction So Hard to Break?
    September 30, 2016
    In 2014, nearly 30,000 adolescents indicated that they had used heroin in the past year. Heroin is a powerful opiate, and although immediate addiction is unlikely, the comfort it brings to some can mean a long battle — one hit and a teenager is fighting a lifelong addiction. People...
  • The Importance of Exercising During Recovery from Addiction
    September 29, 2016
    Regaining sobriety is a journey, and it takes time for both the mind and the body to process. It’s crucial to remember that addicts are going through countless changes and adjustments while trying to get back to a normal chemical state. Regular activity during this time can help flush...
  • The Meth Crisis in the Southwest Persists<br>in 2016
    September 28, 2016
    According to The Guardian, the number of seizures of methamphetamine in Arizona thus far in 2016 have already surpassed the previous year’s tally. This is solid proof that the demand for meth has made it so countries such as Mexico, where the drug is much cheaper and easier to...