Ren in News
November 20, 2018

Why Suicide Rates are Climbing Across the U.S.—The Link Between Suicide and Drug Use

Since 1999, statistics for suicide have increased by twenty-five percent, heralding a concerning mystery in our health condition that warrants attention.


Despite Epidemic, the FDA Approves a Powerful New Pain Killer

Jake Harper of reported on Nov. 2, 2018 that the FDA has approved the distribution of Dsuvia, a very potent opioid pain reliever. It is 5 to 10 times more potent than fentanyl and 1,000 more potent than morphine.


Aaron in News
September 18, 2017

What is National Recovery Month… and Why Should I Care?

September is National recovery month this year will be the 27th one, actually. The month is meant to be a time we celebrate those who have conquered there addiction and remember those who have passed, but why should YOU care…


Karen in News
February 15, 2017

What Did Ohio Do to Deserve So Much Heroin and Fentanyl?

Narconon takes a closer look at the devastating problems of opioid addiction and overdose in Ohio, and why foreign drug traffickers might have this state in their crosshairs.