March 24, 2016

“There’s an App for That?”:  Mobile Tech to Power Addiction Research

Even those latest to the party must concede: we live in the world of global, mobile tech and there’s likely no turning back. Americans simply cannot […]
March 21, 2016

When Does Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) Become a Risk to Recovery?

The unparalleled spike in opiate abuse and related overdoses in recent years has demanded unprecedented response. And while increased attention and concern have been seen in […]
March 18, 2016

A Moving Media Tribute to Good Old Fashioned Hard Work and Accountability

All too often, big mainstream media is on the wrong side of the proverbial coin when it comes to substance use. Images of drinking, illicit drug […]
March 15, 2016

Signs and Significance of Codependency

You hear a lot about codependency in the context of recovery. A LOT. For those new to sobriety or for family members who are first navigating […]
March 11, 2016

Early Studies on Marijuana Legalization Raise Concerns (Part 2)

Without a doubt, a polarizing debate has emerged on legalization – and open debate is to be valued. But so are facts. An important grounding fact […]
March 11, 2016

Early Studies on Marijuana Legalization Raise Concerns (Part 1)

Less than two years after recreational marijuana sales and use became legal in any U.S. state, groups on both sides of the “Marijuana Legalization” issue are […]
March 9, 2016

Cooking For Yourself (Recipe Included)

An advantage of cooking for yourself is you nourish more than your body. The food doesn’t have to be difficult or elaborate to be delicious and […]
March 7, 2016

Getting Back Into Cooking

I find that many people I talk to, talk about getting back into cooking again. Like they used to do it once a long time ago… […]