Overcoming Gambling AddictionIt is estimated that two million adults in the United States are considered pathological gamblers, meaning they are addicted to gambling. Another four to six million people are considered problem gamb...May 18, 2013
Signs of Drug AddicationDrug abuse and drug addiction is rampant in the United States: an estimated 20 million Americans over the age of 12 – or eight percent of the population -- have used an illegal drug in the past month,...May 10, 2013
The Effects of Internet AddictionEuropean researchers from Swansea and Milan Universities have found that young people who use the Internet for long periods of time can suffer from withdrawal symptoms similar to substance abuse users...April 28, 2013
Recreational Use of OxycodoneThe U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) recently took a step in trying to halt the abuse, or recreational use of oxycodone (OxyContin). On April 16, 2013, the FDA approved abuse-deterrent labeling...April 21, 2013
Symptoms of Crystal Meth Addiction Addiction to crystal methamphetamine – also commonly referred to as “crystal meth,” “speed,” “ice,” “glass” or “chalk” -- is a serious problem in the United States. According to the National Institute...April 1, 2013
Facts About Gambling AddictionGambling addiction, or problem gambling, like other addictions can disrupt or damage both a person’s personal and professional lives. Signature signs that an individual may be suffering from a gamblin...March 19, 2013
Definition of Gambling AddictionMost people at one point or another have gambled at least once or a few times in their lives without any significant problems or issues. In fact, about 85 percent of American adults have gambled at le...March 19, 2013
How to Tell if a Person is Using CocaineDid you know that cocaine is one of the oldest recreational drugs? While the popularity of cocaine peaked during the 1980s and 1990s, the original source of cocaine – the coca leaf – has been chewed b...March 13, 2013
Is Oxycodone the Same as Percocet?Oxycodone and Percocet are both medications that are used to treat moderate to severe pain, which have important similarities and differences that people who suffer from pain and are prescribed these...February 28, 2013
Hendrik Hertzberg on the hypocrisy of the hip.
In a blog post at the New Yorker... Read Full Post
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