Ren in Drug Information
November 29, 2018

Drug and Alcohol Arrests Rising at College Campuses—How We Got Here

For decades, we have been able to rely on colleges to be the prestigious institutions that they are, to give our kids quality educations, and to provide our kids with the kind of knowledge that will ensure good careers and a pleasant quality of life.


Ren in Drug Information
November 16, 2018

Non-Opioid Prescription Drugs Now Surging in Overdose Statistics

The majority of concern levied on prescription drugs has been levied against pharmaceutical, opioid pain reliever drugs, and understandably so.


Ren in Drug Information
November 9, 2018

The Side Effects of Drug Abuse Appear as Mental Disorders

People often confuse the side effects of drug abuse and alcoholism with mental health problems. Frequently, it is the addiction that causes the symptoms, not an actual mental illness.


Ren in Drug Prevention
November 3, 2018

Tips for Talking to Your Kids About the Lethal Dangers of Opioids

Addiction prevention starts in the home. Furthermore, addiction prevention needs to start younger than most parents probably think, as adolescents are abusing drugs and alcohol at younger and younger ages each year.


Ren in Alcohol
October 30, 2018

What Binge Drinking at a Young Age Does to a Person

When young people binge drink, they are more likely to go overboard, they are more likely to have an accident, to get alcohol poisoning, or to experience some other kind of disaster. For these reasons and many others, binge drinking should be avoided.


Ren in Dealing with Addiction
October 18, 2018

The Stigma of Addiction and Why It Is Damaging

One cannot deny the fact that the way we perceive something, individually and as a society, greatly affects our ability for better or for worse to control or manage that thing. For example, we view politics as being very complicated and confusing, and so, politics is very complicated and confusing.


Ren in Opioid Crisis
October 2, 2018

Almost All U.S. Doctors Overprescribe Opiates: Why?

Recent studies show that nearly all U.S. doctors tend to overprescribe opioid pain reliever drugs when they hand out prescriptions.


Ren in Drug overdoses
September 22, 2018

Why Treatment for Drug Addiction has to Continue After Hospital Discharge

Perhaps one of the greatest flaws in our current medical system is how we treat drug addicts and alcoholics who overdose and seek medical treatment at a hospital.


Ren in Drugs and Crime
July 29, 2018

Women in Jail Because of Drug Use

Did you know that women in jail are the fastest-growing demographic in correctional populations in the United States? According to the Bureau of Justice Statistics, the numbers of women in correctional facilities rose from thirteen-thousand two-hundred to over one-hundred and ten-thousand…


Ren in Drug overdoses
July 24, 2018

Drug Abuse Skyrockets to the Top of Preventable Causes of Death

By now it should not come as a surprise to anyone that our country is struggling with a terrible and vicious substance abuse epidemic, a problem so serious that it has ranked first as a public crisis, then a health epidemic, and now a national public health emergency.