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01-03-20 | By

A Nationwide Ban on Vape Cartridges Is Happening – But Will It Help?

On Thursday, the Trump administration announced it will prohibit fruit, candy, mint, and dessert flavors from cartridge-based e-cigarettes that are popular with high school students and young adults within the next 30 days. However, menthol and tobacco-flavored e-cigarettes will be allowed to remain on the market. Following the news, the Centers of Disease Control (CDC) … Continued


12-20-19 | By

Russell Brand Celebrates 17 Years Sober.

Last week, Russell Brand took to Twitter to celebrate 17 years of continuous sobriety. Now married with two children, Brand shared a heartfelt note from his family to mark the milestone. “Real Change is Possible” “17 years clean and sober today,” Brand wrote. “With love and support from others, real change is possible, no matter … Continued


12-17-19 | By

An Under-Regulated Industry of Addiction Treatment Places Those Seeking Help at Unique Risk.

Appalled by the ironic circumstances of his friend’s overdose death inside a recovery facility, activist and author Ryan Hampton, immediately reached out to his local U.S. congresswoman for help. “I was full of a lot of anger and still grieving,” said Hampton in an interview, who believed the system had failed his friend. “If this … Continued