Angel here and my husband, Joe, is in long term recovery from drug addiction. Yesterday marked his 10-year sobriety date and I could not be more proud to be his wife and walk hand in hand on the journey in life as he celebrates this incredible milestone.
In an effort to help curb teen prescription drug abuse, both the Indiana and Kentucky State Police Departments are partnering with the Drug Enforcement Agency to host a Drug Take Back Day this Saturday to give residents the opportunity to dispose of any unneeded, or old prescription drugs properly.
Seems like Justin Bieber can't stay out of trouble. Today (Jan. 31), his private plane (en route to the Super Bowl) was grounded at Teterboro Airport under suspicion of marijuana possession.
Specifically, his plane allegedly reeked of weed, and officials became suspicious.
She's come a long way from being disappointed in herself for being caught smoking salvia from a bong. Another nugget from Miley Cyrus' full-of-reveals Rolling Stone cover story? She thinks cocaine is so '90s – the drug's heyday was actually more in the '80s — and she isn't afraid to wax about her love for weed.
As I read through Sunday's Evansville Courier and Press (yes, I still read an actual newspaper, call me old fashioned), one headline jumped out at me. It stated that a township in Posey County would be requiring those seeking monetary assistance to pass a drug test before said assistance would be handed over. It's an idea I think is long overdue.
According to a report this morning by the Associated Press, sales of the most popular prescription painkillers in the nation have exploded in new parts of the country. It seems that from coast to coast the Drug Enforcement Administration figures show dramatic increases over the last decade in the distribution of Opioid Pain Relievers (OPR) including oxycodone, the key ingredient in OxyContin, Perc