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Maybe I'm an addict

Well, that was hard. Very hard indeed. I knew it was coming, but didn’t realise just how heavy hitting it would be. You see, I had a friend’s 30th birthday party on Saturday and booked the Monday off work in preparation for a big party. 996 more words

Anxiety

18-24 Segment 1: Drug Abuse and Harm Reduction

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America’s opioid epidemic has taken 64,000 lives in 2016. While many people support prosecution and strict punishment for drug users, Vancouver in British Columbia has taken a different approach with their drug use policy of harm reduction. 316 more words

Radio Health Journal Podcasts

Revisiting B Town's Khalnayak

More than the life of Sanjay Dutt, the trailer of Sanju is gaining attention for the uncanny resemblance of Ranbir Kapoor to the star. Critics have already started writing that it would be worth watching if the film actually pieces together the real upheavals in the star’s life or is it just a promotion of the star. 486 more words

Why did he do it?

I’m tired of asking why.

Why do people kill themselves?

Why do little children get cancer?

Why do men rape women?

Why do people have to starve? 12 more words

Inspiration

Spice drug epidemic in jails putting nurses at risk

An epidemic of a laboratory-created cannabis substitute is putting nurses who treat inmates in prisons at risk.

The Royal College of Nursing reported that it had staff members who had been left unwell after tending to prisoners in their cells. 112 more words

News

To Test or Not to Test for Drugs

By Christopher A. Parrella, J.D., CHC, CPC, CPCO

With the number of states legalizing marijuana on the rise, many people are wondering whether the company they work for, or want to work for, will continue to test for its use as a condition of employment. 437 more words

Legal Issues

Woe, Music and Xanarchy

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Twinkly stars and toes curled up under the cold air, with not a care in the world. The world does move on with it’s own ticking clocks, while unfocused eyes glaze over the beige walls. 457 more words

Empowering People