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Jasmine Bittar

Jasmine is the Digital and Social Content Specialist for Recovery Worldwide. She has a deep passion for writing, especially on topics that educate the audience and encourage action towards a healthy life. She hopes her words inspire those in need of help to take that first step in finding the best treatment for their addiction so they can live the life they deserve.

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4 Ways to Encourage Your Loved One to Go to Rehab

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When you know someone you care about needs help, you have to act. Going to rehab can help them live a happier life. Learn how to encourage them to go.

6 Dangerous Drugs You’ve Never Heard Of

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We've all heard of cocaine and heroin, but have you ever heard of Krokodil or Benzo Fury? Learn more about some less well-known deadly drugs.

Are Bath Salts as Dangerous as the Media Tells Us?

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"Bath salts" (synthetic cathinones) really are dangerous and possibly addictive, even though many people believe that they're safe.

The Evolution of Marijuana: Vape Pens, Edibles, and Dabs

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There are many new and potentially more dangerous and addictive methods of using marijuana, including vape pens, edibles, and dabs.

4 Steps to Breaking a Bad Habit and Forming a New One

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Habits affect our everyday lives, for better or for worse. Learn how to replace bad habits with beneficial practices which will improve your wellbeing.

The 5 Most Commonly Abused Drugs On College Campuses

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The rates of abuse of drugs on college campuses have more than tripled for some substances. Here are the 5 most commonly abused drugs on college campuses.

News: Is Your City at Risk for a Spice Outbreak?

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Spice. K2. Fake weed. Whatever you call, the drug mimics the chemicals in Marijuana but has different side effects, and it's becoming popular.

How Does Addiction Really Start?

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If you don’t start using drugs, you'll never have to try to stop. No one wants to be addicted to drugs, and those who are addicted wish they weren't.

The Relationship Between Drugs and Gun Violence

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The relationship between drugs and gun violence is a very complex one because both are serious problems facing American society.

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