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Cottonwood Tucson
22
Sep

The More Friends You Have, The More Likely You Are to Drink

High school is a time for new experiences and self-discovery aided by those who surround you. New friends are made, old friends make new friends, and everyone lives their life in their own circle or clique; the people who surround you are often one’s biggest influence. A number of high school students are introduced to...
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20
Sep

Arizona Doctors Worry About Rise in Bath Salt Sales Due to DEA Ban

Next month the DEA will be putting a ban into effect on the controversial “bath salts” until proper research can be conducted on such products. “Bath salts” have made the news several times this year as a result of the spike in emergency room visits related to people’s consumption of the drugs. These are not...
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17
Sep

Giving Opiate Addicts Parolees Naltrexone

In the United States our prisons and jails house more people convicted of drug offenses than any other offense. Jail and prison for most of the 20th century has been the government’s answer to the drug problem. While the system has improved in the last two decades, as far as offering treatment instead of jail...
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12
Sep

Elderly People Needing Treatment

Typically, as people get older they require more medical attention and may be prescribed medication for anything from high blood pressure to prescription opiates for an old knee injury. People are living a lot longer than before and as a result people may end up taking prescription drugs for extended periods of time. In Florida,...
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09
Sep

National Drug Survey 2011

The new national drug survey, sponsored by SAMHSA, was just released with some startling facts worth noting. Fortunately, methamphetamine use has been steadily declining thanks to the efforts of law enforcement and organizations whose missions are to educate people about the dangers of the drug. The same cannot be said about marijuana, as more states...
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07
Sep

Adult Cigarette Smoking Decline

Every day millions of people light up and have a cigarette, some people smoke a pack per day. Indeed, cigarettes play a huge role in the everyday life for many people and it is no wonder considering the billions of dollars that go into advertising, as well as people’s lack of education, for whatever reason,...
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31
Aug

Overdose Drug Saves Lives

Drug addiction and overdose often go hand in hand; it is hardly a question of if as much as it is a question of when. Many people perish from their addiction before they ever give recovery a chance or have an opportunity to work a program of any kind. While prescription medications have become the...
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13
Apr

Imagine Greater Tucson Cottonwood Presentation

On Wednesday, April 27th, the Cottonwood Tucson Sustainability Team will host a presentation by Mr. Michael Guymon, the Vice President of Regional Development for Tucson Regional Economic Opportunities (TREO), at our monthly Sustainability Team Lunch & Learn event here on campus.  Mr. Guymon will provide our staff with information on Imagine Greater Tucson, a rapidly growing, community-based effort dedicated to protecting...
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25
Jan

Does The Noise in My Head Bother You?

Happy New Year from Jana’s Corner! A new year full of possibilities. How exciting! Or daunting… What are you committed to in 2011? We’d love to hear from you and what you’re working on this year. Let us know if you need any help getting to where you want to be. Maybe you need to...
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15
Nov

Keep it Healthy, Keep it Simple, and Have Fun

“Keep it healthy, keep it simple, and have fun!” This formula guides Cottonwood Tucson’s Executive Chef Richard Serna and we would like you to meet Executive Chef Richard Serna up close and personal. We are honored that Shamrock Foods Company chose to feature Chef Serna in their November-December 2010 edition of Smart Solutions magazine. Food to...
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