New Study Reveals Shocking Data on References to Drugs in Music

25 April 2017

Rock and roll and hip-hop have been closely linked to counterculture over the past few decades. They have developed an association with sex, substance abuse and violence, as have genres like heavy metal, jazz a...

Three Career Choices that Are Prone to Higher Rates of Addiction

18 April 2017

When we start to examine our career choices early on in life, we immediately start making inevitable comparisons: money vs. time; opportunity vs. job scarcity; travel vs. telecommuting, etc. Very few, if any, o...

2016 Red Ribbon Week Spreads Awareness of Drug Addiction

7 November 2016

October 31st marked the conclusion of this year’s Red Ribbon Week, a nine-day event meant to spread awareness and education regarding the dangers of drug abuse and addiction. Red Ribbon Week was established b...

Are We All Wired for Addiction?

22 September 2016

Last month, researchers at Texas A&M published a white paper making a decidedly bold claim: We are all wired for addiction on some level. The paper, entitled “What is Abnormal about Addiction-Related Attentio...