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(Golf Week, Nov. 28) Golfer Amber Hensley tried desperately to avoid the destructive drug addiction path her mother took.
(The Post Week, Nov. 27) Jake Nestor, a New York State local, talks to students in Fort Ann about his addiction.
(CINewsNow, Nov. 22) While the opioid crisis is taking over headlines across America, another one is looming over college students.
(Outbreak News Today, Nov. 20) Philadelphia experienced a surge in drug overdoses recently, as many as 40 in one day.
(Elite Daily, Nov. 17) Taking \"study drugs\" to increase your focus during studying can actually hinder your sleep cycle.
(University Times, Nov. 17) One in four college students suffer from substance abuse.
(KTBS, Nov. 14) A new study shows that marijuana use may raise the risk of a heart malfunction.
(Chillicothe Gazette, Nov. 7) Drug Free Clubs of America have been spreading across public high schools in Ohio.
(Whitman Wire, Nov. 6) At least ten women at Whitman College have been victims of the date rape drug.