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Acclaimed writer K.W. Bowlin releases new collection of short stories: "Living and Dying in Shorts."
By Utopian Realms
Award Winning Singer/Songwriter K.W. Bowlin has published his second novel titled "Living and Dying in Shorts." It's a collection 24 short stories that examine life and death in family dramas, drug addiction, dark humor and historical adventures.
Speed Sleep offers an innovative, drug-free means of improving the quality and quantity of your sleep.
By Strategic Book Group
“Stink” in Australian slang means a “fight” or something or someone that is not welcome. "The Chronicles of a Stink Chicken: Episodes" features eight short stories describing the madness that can come from using illicit drugs.
"We're Taking Pills Instead of Responsibility!" Tough Love Expert Says, and CDC Drug Study Proves It
By Paula Renaye, Hardline Self Help
According to the latest CDC study, 1 in 10 Americans over age 12 takes antidepressants. Tough love expert and award-winning author Paula Renaye says, "We're taking pills so we can tolerate what we know we need to change, and it has to stop."
By Jeffrey Soto
Teensavers home drug tests reveal if your teen has been naughty or nice! Kids are off school and celebrating the holiday season just like adults; using drugs and alcohol. Start 2011 with a clean new year for your teen.
By Rock Amus Inc.
I can fix your computer problems, advise you on your drug use, and give you all the advice you might need to help improve the overall quality of your life.
By Bronx Village Publishers
If insurers are forced top take on all applicants, they’ll more than likely lobby Washington for changes in the processed food industry.
CGU Professor Psychology William Crano leads research study uncovering new insights in marijuana use
By Claremont Graduate University
Parental involvement in the lives of their teens is strongly associated with reduced marijuana use in their children, according to a new study by Claremont Graduate University Professor of Psychology William Crano, PhD.
By Gayla Goodman
L.A. Mortgage Banker Richard Maize is well respected for his international philanthropy, support of humanitarian issues and battle for human rights, but here is a local Los Angeles story that characterizes his generous spirit.
By Amor Avhad
Information about drug use is now just a click away with the recently launched DopeStats.com. The new site is an online statistical database documenting drug use in more than 3,000 counties in the United States.
By Eloquent Books
Detroit Author Inspires Youth Through Real Life Stories of Humor, Compassion and Wisdom -- Brian Christopher Brown has written a fun, educational and inspirational book concerning real world issues that face the youth of America today.
By Addiction Institute
A new type of drug detoxification information program has been released onto the Internet for the greater good of those who have access to Internet.