An estimated 93 percent of meth addicts relapse, but a new study offers some hope.
One-hundred-seventy-six civilians were killed by police in January and February, according to news clippings collected by killedbypolice.net. Of course, the greatest outrage of all is that no one really knows how many people are killed by police annually.
In January, Christie, 52, formed a political action committee ahead of a potential bid for president in 2016, where he would
"Addict'" is one of those words that so many of us use, largely without pausing to wonder if we should. We just take for granted that it's totally OK to describe a human being with one word, "addict" -- a word with overwhelmingly negative connotations to many people.
Project Prevention Offers Drug Addicts Cash Incentives To Get Sterilized Or Use Birth Control (VIDEO)
Should there by financial incentives for drug addicts to get vasectomies or tubal ligation? Or to use birth control until
Should there by financial incentives for drug addicts to get vasectomies? It sounds like a dehumanizing approach to a serious problem, but a non-profit is doing just that...paying thousands of dollars to addicts to not have kids. Guest Barbara Harris joins to discuss.
That addiction is a disease means that we can do something about it, to prevent it, to treat it and take responsibility to self-manage it. David Sheff captures this eloquently in his book, and I work each day to spread the message that successful treatment and recovery are possible.
“This is an early-stage study, but its results are comparable to those for other drug vaccines that have gone to clinical
Barbara Harris is the founder and head of Project Prevention, which pays U.S. drug addicts $300 to be sterilized or treated
A US charity is offering drug and alcohol addicts in the UK cash to be sterilised as part of a controversial scheme to prevent
******* "It seems despicable, but they would do it," McGinnis said. "(The death) seemed like a perfect opportunity." Rivera
Providing housing for chronic alcoholics, who are still drinking, can save taxpayers more than $40,000 annually, per alcoholic, according to the study released this week.