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New Data Proves Drug Testing Welfare Recipients Is a Bad Idea

After spending more than $1 million drug testing welfare recipients, seven states have learned that it doesn't work. A new report outlines the high costs and few rewards of these programs.

Pot Shown to Be Much Safer than Alcohol and Other Drugs by a Long Shot

A new study has found marijuana to be safest commonly used substance and suggests pot is 114 times safer than alcohol. These finding only reinforce similar research done decades ago.

American Workforce Stoned on Prescription Medicine

Overall, the use of illegal drugs among the American workforce is on the decline, but a new report indicates there has been a strong upsurge within the past decade of employees testing positive for prescription amphetamines and painkillers.

Study: Smarter People More Likely to Use Drugs

In our formative years, the system tells us that only stupid people use drugs, but a recent study suggests the contrary: smart people are the ones with a voracious appetite for mind-altering substances.

Rehab Exaggerating Baby Boomer Drug Use

Dr. Barbara Krantz is the CEO of the Hanley Center, which is promoting its “Center for Boomer Recovery.”

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