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(CBS News, Dec. 9) Heroin overdoses surpassed gun homicides last year for the first time.
(NBC News, Dec. 5) High school athletes are susceptible to drug abuse even without peer pressure: through sports.
(Bozeman Daily Chronicle, Dec. 5) A man arrested for possessing a dangerous drug that caused a university student to overdose and die has pleaded guilty.
(Chek, Dec. 2) As a teenager, Mikaela Mamer had a promising future as a soccer player.
(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.