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Garrett Reid Died of an Accidental Heroin Overdose

On Thursday afternoon, the Northampton County coroner revealed that the results of Garrett Reid’s autopsy and toxicology report show that the coach’s son died of […]

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Celeb Scoop: Bradley Cooper Talks About His Past Drug Addiction

Bradley Cooper Talks About His Battle With Drug Addiction. Jenkintown’s favorite son recently opened up to the Hollywood Reporter about his past drug abuse issues, […]

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Booze Replaces Pot as New Gateway Drug

For years, cannabis has been seen as the first stepping stone on the path to unbridled substance abuse, the story going that after marijuana got […]

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Adderall Abuse at Lower Merion High School Is the Focus of a New York Times Piece

A recent piece published in the New York Times focuses (see what we did there?) on the rampant abuse of Adderall and other “good-grade drugs” […]

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Dr. Phil’s Common Sense Advice on Drug Addiction Is Kinda Sexy

I’m sitting on the couch wearing sweatpants and an old t-shirt sipping Wawa brand diet iced tea when this thought comes to mind: “I guess […]

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Addiction Linked to Bias

Someone who’s feeling disenfranchised may look to drugs and alcohol for escape. At least that’s according to a new report from the Center for American […]

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Vicodin, Vicodin Everywhere, But Don’t Expect a Refill

Sometimes the best intentions lay track to the very worst policies. If you need proof, look no further than the disastrous comedy of errors known as […]

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War on Drugs? You Must Be High!

June 17th marked the 40th anniversary of the dumbest—and most unsuccessful—war in U.S. history. It was on that date in 1971 when Criminal-in-Chief, I mean […]

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Top Hospitals: Addiction

The largest hospital in Pennsylvania exclusively for the treatment of addiction and complex secondary mental and medical disorders, Eagleville Hospital is a 45-acre private nonprofit […]