Michael DeLeon’s Blog
Federal health officials are increasingly warning healthcare professionals about a rise in adverse events in kids from medicinal and recreational products made for adults, and because of the 2018 Farm Bill, it is skyrocketing among kids and adults nationwide.
America is dealing with the worst public social health crisis she has ever seen, and I’m not talking about Covid-19. I’m talking about Addiction.
As we rise out of the Corona Virus and recover from the subsequent approaches we took as a nation to fight it, and as we move past this political season that intertwined it, there is much uncertainty ahead.
The threat to our youth is greater than ever and the chasm between what parents needed to know in the past and the current trends necessary to understand now, the importance of parental education and awareness can’t be overestimated.
In today’s substance abuse pandemic, the pandemic within the pandemic, we are experiencing a worsening of was already the worst public social health crisis America has ever seen.
We are in the midst of the worst public social health crisis America has ever seen. We are losing more people to a drug overdose than at any time in our history.
America is dealing with the worst public social health crisis she has ever seen- Addiction. One of the most afflicted populations is our youth and young adults.
Treatment and intervention without prevention is simply unsustainable.
“We live our lives forward, but only understand our lives backwards” ~ Epictetus
There are two types of pain; One that hurts you and One that changes you.
“ Try not to become a man of success, but rather try to become a man of value.” ~ Albert Einstein
Sobriety has given me many things, but to be able to reflect on my journey from the person I was, promising myself to become the person I am, is truly a gift.
Students are taught how the epidemic began, why it is getting worse, and most importantly, how they can stop it.
“Danger Gleams Like Sunshine to a Brave Man’s Eyes”
Addiction is horrible, and for most of us who suffered through it, it was the lowest point in our lives. But recovery from addiction is the silver lining – the upside of down.
The Legalization of Marijuana for medical purposes and now for recreational purposes has become one of the most divisive issues in America. At the same time, it’s the most misunderstood.