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Putting Recovery On The Map

04-28-17 | By Emilie Modaff

Sober in the Summer: A Guide

Prior to getting sober, I couldn’t imagine spending a Chicago summer without drugs and alcohol. Summer in Chicago is sweet solace after months of dodging ice falling from skyscrapers, wearing two layers of thermal leggings under your pants, and contemplating moving to the West Coast every other day. All of my summers here have revolved … Continued


11-06-13 | By Tim Powers

Pot Use May Trigger Addictive Behaviors

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A recent study conducted in the Netherlands concluded that regular cannabis use in individuals showed  increased levels of impulsive behavior.  The study, which was published in the British Journal of Pharmacology, disputes earlier research which argued that increased impulsivity was only experienced by occasional users.  The results of this study points to how regular cannabis … Continued


08-28-13 | By Tim Stoddart

Perceptions of Marijuana among Teenagers

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The use of marijuana in the teenage population puts them at risk of developing addictive behaviors into adulthood as well as the development of other long-term effects.  However, research has pointed out that of all the illicit drugs, marijuana is the most used by teenagers and is thus perceived as being of little harm.  This … Continued