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    Inhalant Abuse: 10 is the new 13!

    Posted February 28, 2017

    Each day over 17,000 young adults use inhalants for the sole purpose of getting high[1]. Studies have shown that 10 is the average age children use inhalants for the first time[2]. Over 1,400 household products can be abused; these products are inexpensive, legal, and readily available in the home...

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    Changing the Way We Think About Addiction

    Posted December 1, 2016

    Addiction is an extremely prevalent issue in our country. 23 million Americans are currently addicted to alcohol and/or other drugs.ͥ Addiction can range anywhere from use of opioids to reliance on inhalants such as nitrous oxide or gasoline.

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    Recycling: Are You Doing it Correctly

    Posted November 15, 2016

    If you look at homes all across the country you will probably find that most people recycle in one form or another. A 2013 study by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) shows that of the 254 million tons of trash Americans generate each year, 84 million tons of that material is recycled or...

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    The Simple Power of Handwashing

    Posted October 11, 2016

    Disease prevention is a broad subject. There are many factors that can go into fighting against various sicknesses and health issues. Perhaps, the most important and simple measure against a disease you can take is washing your hands. It is an easy task that takes a very short amount of time, but...

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  • 17,000 People Use Inhalants Each Day

    Celebrating the Life of a Loved One

    Posted September 21, 2016

    Inhalants are easily accessible, legal, everyday products. When intentionally misused, they can be deadly. Inhalant abuse is a lesser-recognized form of substance abuse, but it is no less dangerous. Anyone who abuses inhalants can die the first time trying it. Faith Coleman learned the hard way...

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