The National Institute on Drug Abuse recently reported that in 2017, opioid overdose deaths in Colorado totaled 578. This equates to roughly 10 deaths for every 100,000 residents, a number that is the highest recorded throughout Colorado history. Interestingly, the rate at which doctors have been prescribing these drugs to their patients has been falling…

Since the legalization of marijuana in Colorado, automobile accidents in the state have risen sharply. Moreover, the amount of deaths resulting from crashes involving marijuana have also increased significantly. A recent study conducted by a government-subsidized social impact institution—The Rocky Mountain High-Intensity Drug Trafficking Area—found that marijuana-related crashes in Colorado have increased more than 100%…

A long night of drinking with friends is coming to an end. You realize that you’re in no shape to drive a car, but what about that tempting scooter that is parked outside the bar? Surely there wouldn’t be any harm in just zipping home on the scooter, even though you’re feeling a little more…

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