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We have 145 blogposts about Drugs and Addiction.
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  • Drinkwise: How To Drink Properly

    How To Drink Properly

    By on 24 June 2014

    Good intentions gone .. bad. If there is right way to drink than there is also a right way to get drunk not hitting the bottle? This australian campaign against drinking makes me confused. Teaching people properly to drink?...

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  • Jimmy Carter as a Spokesman for Pot Decriminalization, 1979

    [#TBT] Jimmy Carter as a Spokesman for Pot Decriminalization, 1979

    By on 1 May 2014

    My friend and colleague Kerry shared this find with me. It’s from a March 1979 issue of Playboy, and it reveals an interesting moment in United States drug history. In the late ‘70s, decriminalization of marijuana seemed to be...

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  • Is smoking a good look? Tinder says no

    Is smoking a good look? Tinder says “no”

    By on 16 April 2014

    Here’s an interesting social experiment by ASH (it’s an acronym for “Action on Smoking & Health”), an American NGO headquartered in Washington DC. Using the superficial nature of the “hookup” app Tinder, they created identical profiles of attractive people,...

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  • Beer Brand Fighting the Neknomination Stupidity

    Beer Brand Fighting the Neknomination Stupidity

    By on 27 March 2014

    Neknomination is one of the latest hypes. It’s a drinking game where youngsters challenge each other to drink a lot of alcohol in a special way. And the finale is that it should be shared on the various social...

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  • Trail Therapy

    Trail Therapy

    By on 26 February 2014

    This is the story of Steve Fugate. He lost his son in 1999 to suicide. A few years later he lost his daughter to a drug overdose. He has walked across the United States seven times to raise awareness...

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  • Sport can change everything

    Sport can change everything

    By on 3 February 2014

    Sport can change everything. Just like crime and drugs. It’s an mental thing, That’s why you see three identical images in this new campaign from Sported. Sported is a charity that helps disadvantaged youths escape a world of drugs...

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  • Watch what happens when a Gran Turismo champion starts racing drunk

    Watch what happens when a Gran Turismo champion starts racing drunk

    By on 20 January 2014

    Watch what happens when a Gran Turismo champion starts racing drunk. It’s what you expect. It may seem obvious but the comments on YouTube are sometimes shocking: – They have to fake it, the “gamer” play a role and...

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  • Cancer Society of Finland: Do we really think we can shame pregnant women out of addiction?

    Do we really think we can shame pregnant women out of addiction?

    By on 4 November 2013

    Smoking during pregnancy is a really bad idea. It has been associated with low birth weight, oral facial abnormalities and congenital heart disease, and behaviour problems for the child. You know what else is a really bad idea? This...

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  • Hilarious TVC targets Drug Driving Maori

    Hilarious TVC targets Drug Driving Maori

    By on 31 October 2013

    This hilarious TVC is from the New Zealand transport agency and targets drug driving Maori. Research from the last New Zealand Alcohol and Drug Use Survey found that Maori men and women were over 50 percent more likely to...

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  • Kidbet: The first betting agency for kids by kids

    Kidbet: The first betting agency for kids by kids

    By on 24 October 2013

    Kidbet is the latest campaign by the Victorian Responsible Gambling Foundation, as part of its efforts to reduce the prevalence and severity of problem gambling. Studies show teenagers are up to four times more likely to develop a problem...

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