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Recently published by DrugFree.org is an article discussing the recent statement distributed by the American Academy of Pediatrics. The country’s pediatricians have indicated that they believe the legalization of marijuana presents an unacceptable degree of risk to adolescent health and development. The group identified some medical exceptions for children suffering with a debilitating illness, but

Substance Abuse On College Campuses

Monday, 26 January 2015 by

A feature article by Alex Spear of Wake Forest University’s Student Newspaper reveals a shocking level of alcohol abuse occurring on local college campuses. In the piece, published January 15, Alex depicts the typical visuals of walking around the BB&T sports field and seeing fresh & dried vomit and crushed beer cans in plain view.

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The NIH (National Institute on Drug Abuse) recently published the results of its 2014 ‘Monitoring The Future‘ survey which examined teen attitudes and behavior in regard to alcohol and other drugs. The survey groups were students in the 8th, 10th, and 12th grades. The study was facilitated by researchers at the University of Michigan. Notable

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Rally For Recovery

Monday, 08 September 2014 by

Caring Services, Inc and Alcohol & Drug Services are co-sponsoring the upcoming local Rally For Recovery event at City Lake Park in Jamestown, NC. The event will be held on Saturday, September 27th and is open to the general public. The rally is a family-oriented celebration for all people in the local community that value

On the heels of marijuana legalization efforts across the country comes news of a new, high-potency form of marijuana referred to as wax or butter. One dose of this concentrated version of pot is claimed to be the equivalent of smoking 15-20 joints. Users eat or smoke the drug which is made from the oil

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Guilford County Med Toss

Thursday, 10 October 2013 by

Saturday, October 26th from 10 am – 2 pm Med Toss is a fast, free, easy way to get rid of old, unused medicines. It’s safe for you, your family, and the environment. In Greensboro, stop by any Greensboro Walgreens, Piedmont Drug, or the Oriental Shrine Club on October 26th from 10 am – 2

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