Drug Education Abates Heroin Addiction

by Mike Miller September 18, 2013
Once the most feared drug on the planet, so powerful it would scare away would be users, heroin is making a comeback. It is both strong and lethal. Heroin, which has flourished in the nation’s big urban centers over the past few years, has been making an alarming comeback in the smaller cities and towns of New England. From quaint fishing villages on the Maine coast to the interior of the Great North Woods extending across Maine, New Hampshire and Vermont, there has been a sharp rise in t... [More]

Could a North Carolina Drug Class Have Saved Baby’s Life?

by Mike Miller August 16, 2012
Should people have to get a license in order to have children? Should they be forced to take drug classes before they can conceive? Don’t laugh – given the high rate of infant addiction and behavior of parents this could be a legitimate issue. In Charlotte, North Carolina both the mother and father of a 17-month-old baby boy have been charged with aggravated manslaughter of a child. This as reported in gasparillagazette.com. Amber Rose Landry, 29, and Scott Paul Landry, 31, ar... [More]

CDC Understands Need for Drug Classes

by Mike Miller August 2, 2012
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) understands that drug abuse is a disease. It knows that this is a problem that if we do not get a handle on could damage our society. According to the CDC, prescription drug abuse is the fastest growing problem in the U.S. with more than 15,500 deaths occurring annually as a result of a fatal overdose. It is hard to believe that prescription drugs cause more accidental deaths in this country than car accidents. What exactly is prescription d... [More]

Ketamine Users Need Drug Class

by Mike Miller April 27, 2012
Have you ever taken ketamine, or better known as “Special K?” Odds are you know someone who has taken the drug at least once. As with many club drugs, many users do not know the side effects. That is one reason why everyone should take a drug class. Many people who use the club drug ketamine - known as "special K" - may risk abdominal pain, bladder control problems and other urinary tract issues, and the heavier the dose or frequency of use, the more likely the problems. This accord... [More]

Whitney Houston Another Celebrity Drug Tragedy

by Mike Miller February 12, 2012
I know guys are not supposed to admit this but I think Whitney Houston’s music is beautiful. She possessed one of the greatest voices I have ever heard. She could carry a note alongside any great opera singer. In the end, unfortunately, Whitney became just another Hollywood drug tragedy. Drowns in Bathtub Houston drowned alone in a bathtub having accidentally overdosed on a cocktail of prescription drugs and alcohol after two back-to-back evenings of out-of-control binges. The star was... [More]

Demi Moore Needs Drug Class

by Mike Miller January 27, 2012
When news of the split between Hollywood stars Ashton Kutcher and Demi Moore broke, I am sure I am like many of you who believed Kutcher was probably to blame. It certainly did not help matters that rumors of his serial adultery were circulating everywhere. Moore was rushed to the hospital after an ambulance was called to her Beverly Hills home. The actress is reportedly being treated for exhaustion. While her rep’s maintain that Moore is being treated for “exhaustion,” other... [More]

Online Drug Classes Educate On High Cost of Drug Abuse

by Mike Miller December 24, 2011
How much does drug abuse cost us every day? I am sure the total amount would be staggering. Let’s take a look at a slice of the cost to the American public, OK? In 2005, a task force estimated that alcohol and drug abuse cost the state of Oklahoma about $3.4 billion. The death toll and spending are rising. Today, a conservative cost estimate is about $4.3 billion or about $1,150 per Oklahoman. More than 500 Oklahomans died of drug overdoses in 2005. Last year, 715 died, mostly from phar... [More]

Miami Needs Online Drug Class

by Mike Miller September 22, 2011
“Scarface” brought to the big screen the cocaine importation and business in South Florida. Cocaine has long been a problem, almost always, seeming without end, for Floridians in general and Miami specifically. I cannot remember the last time I heard of some positive news regarding cocaine and its use in Miami. Yet here some is. According to recent report cocaine use is on the decline in Miami. The soft economy in a state with 10 percent unemployment has made the long-popular drug ... [More]