Skip to main content
Home Tags Drugs

drugs

pills spilling out of bottle

Ask the doc: “Should I take meds for my mild but annoying headache?”

Our doctor explains how to take over-the-counter pain medications wisely.

Sober support: What works for students in recovery?

Rate this article and enter to winWhat if students have gone through treatment for alcohol addiction or drug abuse, and now they’re back on track, focusing on their education and future? Their success in...

Dose of Reality Panel on Opiod Epidemic

What is I See, I Speak, I Pledge?I See, I Speak, I Pledge is a college-wide initiative to promote the idea that individual Gulls have the power to prevent high-risk behavior and harm. I...

FYI – NOT everyone is doing it

SEE a engaging in risky substance use SPEAK to them about the negative consequences to their actions, including health hazards and conduct sanctionsPLEDGE to abstain from any substance use that is harmful to your health and against college policyWhat...
Bar with emoji faces

Drinking? The science of the buzz and how you can control it

 The science of drinking: How to make it work better for youIf you choose to drink alcohol, you’re likely familiar with the relaxed, chatty buzz that may come early in the evening—and the slump that sometimes...
pills

The hazards of mixing with Molly

The drug “Molly” has been around for years. Maybe not in the same pure form, though. These days, Molly is usually mixed with other substances, and that’s what ramps up the risk.Who or what...
Prescription pills

The study drug debate: Do they create an academic advantage?

Rate this article and enter to winThe non-prescription use of stimulant drugs, such as Adderall® and Ritalin®, appears to be on the rise. You might hear them nicknamed “study drugs” or “brain steroids,” and...