Ren in Drug Prevention
March 14, 2019

How Can We Mobilize to Reduce the Opioid Epidemic?

In light of what may be the country’s worst substance abuse epidemic, the American people look high and low for answers on how they can do their part to resolve the addiction crisis. This is especially true if they had addiction touch their own life or the life of someone they cared about.


Ren in Drug trafficking
March 13, 2019

How Can We Use Diplomatic Solutions for Reducing Drug Trafficking?

Let’s talk about diplomacy, a word that gets lost in translation too many times to count. More specifically, let’s talk about diplomacy and how the U.S. could use a diplomatic methodology to reduce drug trafficking from foreign nations.


Ren in Addiction
March 12, 2019

Trauma and Pain Can Drive Addiction

We’ve often heard the question “Can someone be predisposed to addiction?” The question indicates that there can be something inherently or genetically different about a person that makes him more likely to use drugs and alcohol.


Ren in Opioid Crisis
March 11, 2019

New Study Finds that Fentanyl Is Grossly Overprescribed

The term “over-prescribing” is one we hear with frequency today. Over-prescribing is a phenomenon where a doctor administers a prescription for too much of a drug. Such can manifest by a doctor giving a patient a medicine for too long…


Ren in Drug Rehab
March 10, 2019

Learning How to Get Clean the Right Way—What Not to Do

When it comes to addiction and treatment, we see information all the time that acts as reminders of what we should do. But what about some advice on what we shouldn’t do?


Ren in Prescription drugs
March 9, 2019

Make Informed Choices: The Value of Getting Informed on What You Are Putting into Your Body

In all of our advancements as a species, the human race still struggles with its shortcomings. We’re actively working on them, but they’re still there.


Ren in Family Help
March 7, 2019

Helping a Sibling Who Suffers from Addiction—A Unique Situation

Your brother or sister struggles with drug addiction or alcoholism. You want to help them, but you don’t know how. Maybe you’ve approached them before and they’ve rebuked your efforts to help.


Ren in Drug Rehabilitation
March 6, 2019

Why Addicts Need Rehab

In 21st century America, drug and alcohol abuse is becoming more common, perhaps more common than it ever has been before. We are faced with a drug addiction epidemic , a crippling nightmare that has caused more than twenty-four million Americans to become hooked on drugs and alcohol.


Karen in Prescription drugs
March 5, 2019

2019: Caring for Women Must Include Reversing Losses to Overdoses

Ensuring that women in the United States and around the world receive equal protection must also include reversing our current radical increases in female overdose deaths.


Ren in Drug Prevention
March 5, 2019

Opioid Addiction and Health Complications

We’ve heard the story time and time again regarding drug overdoses and fatalities. We know that drug use is highly dangerous because it is highly fatal.