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How to Avoid Substance Abuse while in College
(By Jane Hurst, Stanford University - November 16th, 2017)
For any number of reasons, substance abuse is at an all-time high on college campuses. Often, it is simply the freedom of being away from your parents for the first time, and you really want to try out as many new experiences as possible. For some students, there is so much pressure to get good grades (either from themselves or from their families) that they turn to substances to cope. Whatever the reason, there are always alternative to substance abuse. Let’s take a look at some of the ways you can avoid substance abuse while in college... Read more

 


 

The Effects of Alcohol Consumption in the Workplace
(University of Denver - November 9th, 2017)
It may begin with a glass of wine or beer after work to unwind. After a while, it may be several glasses of wine or beer, or something stronger, and then it may turn into three-martini lunches and little nips on your breaks. This is not uncommon, and it can happen to anyone. Alcohol is the most abused substance in the US. In fact, according to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, over half of all US adults drink alcohol, and approximately 10 percent of these adults are considered to be heavy drinkers. Unfortunately, alcohol abuse can lead to a number of issues in the workplace, and it can seriously affect one’s job. Today we are going to talk about the effects of alcohol consumption in the workplace... Read more

 


 

8 Recovery Tips to Fight Addiction
(By Sara Porter, Huffington Post - November 9th, 2017)
It may begin with a glass of wine or beer after work to unwind. After a while, it may be several glasses of wine or beer, or something stronger, and then it may turn into three-martini lunches and little nips on your breaks. This is not uncommon, and it can happen to anyone. Alcohol is the most abused substance in the US. In fact, according to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, over half of all US adults drink alcohol, and approximately 10 percent of these adults are considered to be heavy drinkers. Unfortunately, alcohol abuse can lead to a number of issues in the workplace, and it can seriously affect one’s job. Today we are going to talk about the effects of alcohol consumption in the workplace... Read more

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