Florida Drug Class Could Keep Drugs Out of Your Baby’s System

by Mike Miller May 23, 2012
Florida is seeing a surge in the number of babies born addicted to crack and prescription medication. Not only are they born addicted, but due to parents’ use of illegal drugs, they stay addicted! The effects of a methamphetamine addiction don’t just stop at the user. From the moment of conception to the rest of their lives, children feel the effects of their parent’s or guardian’s addictions - physically, emotionally, mentally and socially. In Florida, out of every 1,0... [More]

Drug Class Could Keep Drugs Out of Your Baby’s System

by Mike Miller May 22, 2012
Florida is seeing a surge in the number of babies born addicted to crack and prescription medication. Not only are they born addicted, but due to parents’ use of illegal drugs, they stay addicted! The effects of a methamphetamine addiction don’t just stop at the user. From the moment of conception to the rest of their lives, children feel the effects of their parent’s or guardian’s addictions - physically, emotionally, mentally and socially. In Florida, according to jcf... [More]

Moms Need Drug Class

by Mike Miller March 24, 2012
In case you were wondering, crystal meth is a very bad drug. It ruins lives and kills people. Some of the victims are completely innocent. Back in the 1960s people learned it may be bad to smoke cigarettes while pregnant. That proved to be true. How do you think doing meth affects a fetus? Of course, that question was rhetorical. Meth is a stimulant drug that wreaks havoc on the nervous system, causing brain changes that could cause anxiety, mood problems, and violent behavior. CBS news report... [More]

Addicted Babies Can’t Take Drug Class

by Mike Miller February 28, 2012
To what do you attribute to the recent rash of drug-addicted babies? From coast-to-coast hospitals are finding babies born already addicted to drugs. I can tell you one thing – it is not all the hormones they are putting into our food. I believe it is prescription medication. The neonatal unit isn't supposed to be a drug rehab ward. But the drugs their mothers took are causing more newborns in the Sacramento, California area to spend their first days of life suffering through the pains ... [More]