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Turn Back Crime – Interpol

Some crimes don’t have to happen. Together we can prevent them. Turn Back Crime is a global campaign that highlights the dangers of organized crime and its effect on our day-to-day lives. Using a variety of media channels – including video, website and social networks – the campaign provides advice on how to stay safe and

The Brain May Compensate For Heavy Pot Smoking – Until It Can’t Anymore

Another study adds to the growing but controversial pile of evidence that heavy marijuana use over the years can lead to changes in the brain. The research, published in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, found that an area in the front of the brain called the orbitofrontal cortex (OFC) is smaller in people

Adverse Health Effects of Marijuana Use

In light of the rapidly shifting landscape regarding the legalizationof marijuana for medical and recreational purposes, patients may be more likely to ask physicians about its potential adverse and beneficial effects on health. The popular notion seems to be that marijuana is a harmless pleasure, access to which should not be regulated or considered illegal.

What 20 yrs Research Recreational Cannabis Reveal

An interesting article to read. click here to download

UKZN Students Give Austerville Youth a Wake-Up Call On Substance Abuse

With the aim of curbing substance abuse among the youth, which often leads to teenage pregnancy and school drop outs, second-year students from UKZN’s School of Nursing held an intervention targeted at the youth in Austerville, south of Durban. The intervention was held at the local Fairvale High School Hall. The group of 14 students

Invitation: Jullo NCD Open Day 18th September

Jullo Specialist Addiction Treatment Centre in Merebank, invite you to a NCD Open Day to be held on the 18th September 2014. The day will include informative talks, tours of our facility, massages and refreshments. Questions will be answered and public as well as professionals are welcome.