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Exposed: The Dangerous Mislabeling of Marijuana Edibles

We now live in a world where 23 states, along with the District of Columbia, have medical cannabis programs, allowing anyone with a medical marijuana card to walk into a dispensary loaded with THC-filled brownies, gummies and granola bars. Bad Trip Nearly a quarter of medical cannabis patients opt for this edible option, often under […]

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Teenage Vaping: 5 Things Parents Need to Know

More teenagers are using e-cigarettes than ever before. Numbers published in September 2013 by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) found that the percentage of middle and high school students who tried e-cigs, or vaping, had doubled, from 3.3 percent in 2011 to 6.8 percent in 2012. But while e-cigs don’t contain the cancer-causing compounds […]

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Wait... Are There Really 7,700 E-Cigarette Flavors?

Thousands of people want to quit smoking cigarettes, but come up short on breaking the habit. Then along came the e-cigarette revolution. Suddenly, smokers discovered a whole new way to get their nicotine fix. Since hitting the market, the e-cigarette industry has exploded. In fact, a new survey from the UC San Diego found the […]

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Drinking and Drug Use at Music Festivals

Music festivals are an increasingly popular trend throughout the United States, with events taking place year-round and throughout the country. No matter one’s music genre preference there are bound to be a number of festivals that offer up artists in that category. However, music festivals are also notoriously known as a place for individuals to […]

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Starving to Drink is a Dangerous “Thing” in the Dorms

Saturday is Kim’s favorite day. There’s always a great party to go to. As a college sophomore, she hasn’t quite reached the legal drinking age, but that doesn’t stop her (or her classmates). What’s holding Kim back from binging on booze is her concern about the calories involved. She is determined not to go up […]

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Tools of the Trade: How to Spot Ecstasy Paraphernalia

Tools of the Trade: Being a parent is tough, but the job becomes tougher once those teenage years roll around. Though “popular” or “trendy” drugs of abuse change, their paraphernalia items stay the same…and we can use that to our advantage. The sooner we recognize signs of drug abuse, the sooner we can intervene. Tools […]

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Exposed: The Dangerous Mislabeling of Marijuana Edibles

We now live in a world where 23 states, along with the District of Columbia, have medical cannabis programs, allowing anyone with a medical marijuana card to walk into a dispensary loaded with THC-filled brownies, gummies and granola bars. Bad Trip Nearly a quarter of medical cannabis patients opt for this edible option, often under […]

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Teenage Vaping: 5 Things Parents Need to Know

More teenagers are using e-cigarettes than ever before. Numbers published in September 2013 by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) found that the percentage of middle and high school students who tried e-cigs, or vaping, had doubled, from 3.3 percent in 2011 to 6.8 percent in 2012. But while e-cigs don’t contain the cancer-causing compounds […]

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Wait... Are There Really 7,700 E-Cigarette Flavors?

Thousands of people want to quit smoking cigarettes, but come up short on breaking the habit. Then along came the e-cigarette revolution. Suddenly, smokers discovered a whole new way to get their nicotine fix. Since hitting the market, the e-cigarette industry has exploded. In fact, a new survey from the UC San Diego found the […]

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7 Crazy Binge Drinking Deaths

You may have thought binge drinking in college was all fun and games, but it’s important to be aware of what can happen when it takes a turn for the worst. When you’re new to university life and get suckered in by peer pressure, you might not realize the dangers of binge drinking. But it’s […]

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