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Best podcasts about Drug use

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SISTERHOOD OF SWEAT - Motivation, Inspiration, Health, Wealth, Fitness, Authenticity, Confidence and Empowerment

Are you struggling with trauma? In this episode we dive into abuse, trauma, and how it can really change your life. We are overcoming trauma and thinking unbroken today. Today, I talk with Michael Unbroken. From homeless to hero, Michael Unbroken, is the Founder of Think Unbroken, best-selling author, award-winning speaker, podcast host, coach, and advocate for adult survivors of childhood trauma. Since 2016, Michael has empowered over 100,000 trauma survivors to get out of The Vortex, learn to love themselves, and become the hero of their own stories. We really dive into how we can thrive post abuse and go on to have a great life. We discuss how important it is to know that it's not what happened to us, but what we do about it that impacts our life. Questions I asked: Can you walk us through some of your story? How did you get the strength to overcome your circumstances and help others? What are some tools to help people who feel broken? What was the moment where you realized you could change your story? Can you dive into why you needed accountability to heal trauma, and some steps to help? How can people unlearn things they believe? How can we help people release the shame of secrets? How important is it to take ownership of our lives? What are some tips for dealing with triggers while moving forward? What tips can you share to help people understand and overcome their past? Where can people find you online? Topics Discussed: Abuse Trauma Childhood trauma. Thinking unbroken. Drug Use. Confidence Healing trauma. Quotes from the show: “The most dangerous place in my life as a child was my own home.” @thinkunbroken @SisterhoodSweat “I thought the solution for poverty, homelessness and abuse was money.” @thinkunbroken @SisterhoodSweat “What are you willing to do to have the life you want?” @thinkunbroken @SisterhoodSweat “It doesn't matter what you come from; you can become the hero of your own story.” @thinkunbroken @SisterhoodSweat “I had to learn how to become a human being.” @thinkunbroken @SisterhoodSweat How you can stay in touch with Michael: Website Twitter Facebook Instagram Podcast YouTube   How you can stay in touch with Linda: Website Facebook Twitter Instagram Pinterest YouTube SoundCloud   "Proud Sponsors of the Sisterhood of S.W.E.A.T" Essential Formulas

Stacked Strength Podcast
#64 Ian ”The Rhino” Daniel - Drug Use In Crossfit And Sporting Events

Stacked Strength Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2021 88:41


In today's episode, I sat down with Ian “The Rhino” Daniel. Topics of discussion include prevalence of drug use in sports, types of performance enhancing drugs and their purpose, drug use is sport dependent, bypassing drug tests, drug use and ethics, sponsorships and financial incentives, public perception of drug use, and more.   FOLLOW US    Ian “The Rhino” Daniel IG: https://www.instagram.com/ian.the.rhino/ Website: https://fortitudesportsperformance.com/   Daniel DeBrocke DM FOR COACHING: https://www.instagram.com/daniel_debrocke/   WEBSITE: https://www.stackedstrength.com/  INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/daniel_debrocke/   YOUTUBE: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCBrMmbKtbwRtMtG3JRmw7bA  

Psychopharmacology and Psychiatry Updates
Drug Use in Breastfeeding and Adverse Effects

Psychopharmacology and Psychiatry Updates

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2021 7:56


When it comes to drug use while breastfeeding, what really matters is not the infant dose but the effect on the infant. This episode discusses drug use in breastfeeding, common adverse reactions, and their relationship to maternal dosing. Faculty: Lauren Osborne, M.D. Hosts: Jessica Diaz, M.D.; Lorena Rodríguez M.D. Learn more about Premium Membership here Earn 1 CME: Understanding the Use of Psychotropic Drugs in Lactation Drug Use in Breastfeeding and Adverse Effects

Mark Leeds DO On Addiction Treatment And Addiction Recovery
Social Consequences of Drug Use & Abuse: What Are The Social Effects of drugs?

Mark Leeds DO On Addiction Treatment And Addiction Recovery

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2021 12:30


On the Mend
Alcohol Use Disorder: Bergeson

On the Mend

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2021 27:52


According to the 2019 National Survey on Drug Use and Health, 14.5 million people 12 years of age and older battle alcohol use disorder. Alcohol is the country's most abused substance, and other than cigarettes, dealing with alcohol-related issues creates more costs per capita than do all other drugs combined. This episode's guest is Susan Bergeson, Ph.D., a University Distinguished Professor for the Department of Cell Biology and Biochemistry at the Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center (TTUHSC) School of Medicine. She explains that while the addiction spotlight has turned toward the opioid epidemic in recent years, more people continue to die annually from alcohol use disorder. Bergeson discusses her research on a drug to treat alcohol use disorder, reminds us addiction is an illness and what we can do to support those with problems with addiction.

Andrew J. Schreier
Episode 85: Drug Use & The Developing Brain

Andrew J. Schreier

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2021 34:27


“This is your brain on drugs” has been a scare tactic used without much success.  What did they get wrong?  What were they right about?  The campaign to look at the dangers of drug use and the adolescent brain is … Episode 85: Drug Use & The Developing Brain Read More »

KIRO Nights
Hour 3 : Non-Profit Drug Use

KIRO Nights

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 10, 2021 34:48


ESPN 710's own Stacy Jo Rost is in to discuss how a Seattle nonprofit contractor shot up  meth with a homeless woman he was tasked to help. // Jack talks about his Faith with Lisa & Shane. // Whats on your mind? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Bill Handel on Demand
The Bill Handel Show - 9a - Hollywood's Sobering Fentanyl-Laced Reality & Handel and The House Whisperer

Bill Handel on Demand

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2021 27:46


Bill Handel talks about a new reality those in Hollywood are being faced with when it comes to their drug-use habits and fentanyl - "Don't gamble if you don't have a stash from pre-2020." A little insight as to what you learn at Santa School. And Dean Sharp joins the show for this week's edition of Handel and The House Whisperer. He and Handel pull up fireside in Southern California as the two discuss fireplaces both inside and outside of your home.

Political Misfits
Harm Reduction In NYC; Immigrant Private Detention Expanded; Debt Collectors & Social Media

Political Misfits

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2021 113:24


Dr. Sheila Vakharia, Deputy Director of Research and Academic Engagement for the Drug Policy Alliance, joins us to discuss the news of New York City opening two safe injection sites, one in East Harlem and the other in Washington Heights, which are the first of their kind in the nation and look to deliver on saving lives, saving money, and increasing public health and safety writ large. We also talk about the pushback against these sites, which some argue may encourage drug use, and how this represents a misunderstanding of harm reduction strategies that strive to look at and treat addiction from a public health perspective and not a criminal one. Juan José Gutiérrez, immigration lawyer and executive director of the Full Rights for Immigrants Coalition, talks to us about how the Biden administration is expanding the use of for-profit detention facilities for immigrants, and how this represents yet another broken campaign promise that has left migrants in the lurch and keeps entrenching a two-tiered justice system in the country. We also talk about the reinstatement of the “Remain in Mexico” policy, which the Biden administration promised to rescind, but now is back in place after several state lawsuits, and how it has now been expanded to not only include Latino immigrants, but immigrants from Haiti, as well. Jon Jeter, author and two-time Pulitzer Prize finalist with more than 20 years of journalistic experience, former Washington Post bureau chief and award-winning foreign correspondent on two continents, joins hosts Michelle Witte and Bob Schlehuber to talk about the tools the U.S. government is using to track down people involved in the January 6 Capitol insurrection, and how it's setting off alarm bells for some people who warn that the use of this kind of bulk data collection and facial recognition software could go beyond identifying these rioters and further expand the surveillance state. We also talk about Twitter announcing a rule change to prevent people's private images from being shared, unless those images are of public figures, and how debt collectors are now contacting people through social media.

Six O'Clock News
06/12/2021 New plan to tackle drug use

Six O'Clock News

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2021 30:41


Ministers promise crackdown on dealers and investment in treatment and rehabilitation. Grenfell inquiry told that "unbridled passion for deregulation" contributed to the disaster.

New Books Network
David Herzberg, "White Market Drugs: Big Pharma and the Hidden History of Addiction in America" (U Chicago Press, 2020)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2021 60:15


The contemporary opioid crisis is widely seen as new and unprecedented. Not so. It is merely the latest in a long series of drug crises stretching back over a century. In White Market Drugs: Big Pharma and the Hidden History of Addiction in America (U Chicago Press, 2020), David Herzberg explores these crises and the drugs that fueled them, from Bayer's Heroin to Purdue's OxyContin and all the drugs in between: barbiturate "goof balls," amphetamine "thrill pills," the "love drug" Quaalude, and more. As Herzberg argues, the vast majority of American experiences with drugs and addiction have taken place within what he calls "white markets," where legal drugs called medicines are sold to a largely white clientele. These markets are widely acknowledged but no one has explained how they became so central to the medical system in a nation famous for its "drug wars"--until now. Drawing from federal, state, industry, and medical archives alongside a wealth of published sources, Herzberg re-connects America's divided drug history, telling the whole story for the first time. He reveals that the driving question for policymakers has never been how to prohibit the use of addictive drugs, but how to ensure their availability in medical contexts, where profitability often outweighs public safety. Access to white markets was thus a double-edged sword for socially privileged consumers, even as communities of color faced exclusion and punitive drug prohibition. To counter this no-win setup, Herzberg advocates for a consumer protection approach that robustly regulates all drug markets to minimize risks while maintaining safe, reliable access (and treatment) for people with addiction. Accomplishing this requires rethinking a drug/medicine divide born a century ago that, unlike most policies of that racially segregated era, has somehow survived relatively unscathed into the twenty-first century. By showing how the twenty-first-century opioid crisis is only the most recent in a long history of similar crises of addiction to pharmaceuticals, Herzberg forces us to rethink our most basic ideas about drug policy and addiction itself--ideas that have been failing us catastrophically for over a century. David Herzberg is an associate professor of history at the University of Buffalo is also the author of Happy Pills in America from Milltown to Prozac. David is also the co-editor of the journal Social History of Alcohol and Drugs.  Jay Shifman is a vulnerable storyteller, a stigma-destroying speaker, and the founder of Choose Your Struggle podcast. A guy in long-term recovery, Jay is dedicated to ending stigma and promoting fact-based education around Mental Health, Substance Misuse & Recovery, and Drug Use & Policy. You can learn more about Jay at his links here. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

New Books in Politics
David Herzberg, "White Market Drugs: Big Pharma and the Hidden History of Addiction in America" (U Chicago Press, 2020)

New Books in Politics

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2021 60:15


The contemporary opioid crisis is widely seen as new and unprecedented. Not so. It is merely the latest in a long series of drug crises stretching back over a century. In White Market Drugs: Big Pharma and the Hidden History of Addiction in America (U Chicago Press, 2020), David Herzberg explores these crises and the drugs that fueled them, from Bayer's Heroin to Purdue's OxyContin and all the drugs in between: barbiturate "goof balls," amphetamine "thrill pills," the "love drug" Quaalude, and more. As Herzberg argues, the vast majority of American experiences with drugs and addiction have taken place within what he calls "white markets," where legal drugs called medicines are sold to a largely white clientele. These markets are widely acknowledged but no one has explained how they became so central to the medical system in a nation famous for its "drug wars"--until now. Drawing from federal, state, industry, and medical archives alongside a wealth of published sources, Herzberg re-connects America's divided drug history, telling the whole story for the first time. He reveals that the driving question for policymakers has never been how to prohibit the use of addictive drugs, but how to ensure their availability in medical contexts, where profitability often outweighs public safety. Access to white markets was thus a double-edged sword for socially privileged consumers, even as communities of color faced exclusion and punitive drug prohibition. To counter this no-win setup, Herzberg advocates for a consumer protection approach that robustly regulates all drug markets to minimize risks while maintaining safe, reliable access (and treatment) for people with addiction. Accomplishing this requires rethinking a drug/medicine divide born a century ago that, unlike most policies of that racially segregated era, has somehow survived relatively unscathed into the twenty-first century. By showing how the twenty-first-century opioid crisis is only the most recent in a long history of similar crises of addiction to pharmaceuticals, Herzberg forces us to rethink our most basic ideas about drug policy and addiction itself--ideas that have been failing us catastrophically for over a century. David Herzberg is an associate professor of history at the University of Buffalo is also the author of Happy Pills in America from Milltown to Prozac. David is also the co-editor of the journal Social History of Alcohol and Drugs.  Jay Shifman is a vulnerable storyteller, a stigma-destroying speaker, and the founder of Choose Your Struggle podcast. A guy in long-term recovery, Jay is dedicated to ending stigma and promoting fact-based education around Mental Health, Substance Misuse & Recovery, and Drug Use & Policy. You can learn more about Jay at his links here. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/politics-and-polemics

New Books in Psychology
David Herzberg, "White Market Drugs: Big Pharma and the Hidden History of Addiction in America" (U Chicago Press, 2020)

New Books in Psychology

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2021 60:15


The contemporary opioid crisis is widely seen as new and unprecedented. Not so. It is merely the latest in a long series of drug crises stretching back over a century. In White Market Drugs: Big Pharma and the Hidden History of Addiction in America (U Chicago Press, 2020), David Herzberg explores these crises and the drugs that fueled them, from Bayer's Heroin to Purdue's OxyContin and all the drugs in between: barbiturate "goof balls," amphetamine "thrill pills," the "love drug" Quaalude, and more. As Herzberg argues, the vast majority of American experiences with drugs and addiction have taken place within what he calls "white markets," where legal drugs called medicines are sold to a largely white clientele. These markets are widely acknowledged but no one has explained how they became so central to the medical system in a nation famous for its "drug wars"--until now. Drawing from federal, state, industry, and medical archives alongside a wealth of published sources, Herzberg re-connects America's divided drug history, telling the whole story for the first time. He reveals that the driving question for policymakers has never been how to prohibit the use of addictive drugs, but how to ensure their availability in medical contexts, where profitability often outweighs public safety. Access to white markets was thus a double-edged sword for socially privileged consumers, even as communities of color faced exclusion and punitive drug prohibition. To counter this no-win setup, Herzberg advocates for a consumer protection approach that robustly regulates all drug markets to minimize risks while maintaining safe, reliable access (and treatment) for people with addiction. Accomplishing this requires rethinking a drug/medicine divide born a century ago that, unlike most policies of that racially segregated era, has somehow survived relatively unscathed into the twenty-first century. By showing how the twenty-first-century opioid crisis is only the most recent in a long history of similar crises of addiction to pharmaceuticals, Herzberg forces us to rethink our most basic ideas about drug policy and addiction itself--ideas that have been failing us catastrophically for over a century. David Herzberg is an associate professor of history at the University of Buffalo is also the author of Happy Pills in America from Milltown to Prozac. David is also the co-editor of the journal Social History of Alcohol and Drugs.  Jay Shifman is a vulnerable storyteller, a stigma-destroying speaker, and the founder of Choose Your Struggle podcast. A guy in long-term recovery, Jay is dedicated to ending stigma and promoting fact-based education around Mental Health, Substance Misuse & Recovery, and Drug Use & Policy. You can learn more about Jay at his links here. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/psychology

New Books in American Studies
David Herzberg, "White Market Drugs: Big Pharma and the Hidden History of Addiction in America" (U Chicago Press, 2020)

New Books in American Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2021 60:15


The contemporary opioid crisis is widely seen as new and unprecedented. Not so. It is merely the latest in a long series of drug crises stretching back over a century. In White Market Drugs: Big Pharma and the Hidden History of Addiction in America (U Chicago Press, 2020), David Herzberg explores these crises and the drugs that fueled them, from Bayer's Heroin to Purdue's OxyContin and all the drugs in between: barbiturate "goof balls," amphetamine "thrill pills," the "love drug" Quaalude, and more. As Herzberg argues, the vast majority of American experiences with drugs and addiction have taken place within what he calls "white markets," where legal drugs called medicines are sold to a largely white clientele. These markets are widely acknowledged but no one has explained how they became so central to the medical system in a nation famous for its "drug wars"--until now. Drawing from federal, state, industry, and medical archives alongside a wealth of published sources, Herzberg re-connects America's divided drug history, telling the whole story for the first time. He reveals that the driving question for policymakers has never been how to prohibit the use of addictive drugs, but how to ensure their availability in medical contexts, where profitability often outweighs public safety. Access to white markets was thus a double-edged sword for socially privileged consumers, even as communities of color faced exclusion and punitive drug prohibition. To counter this no-win setup, Herzberg advocates for a consumer protection approach that robustly regulates all drug markets to minimize risks while maintaining safe, reliable access (and treatment) for people with addiction. Accomplishing this requires rethinking a drug/medicine divide born a century ago that, unlike most policies of that racially segregated era, has somehow survived relatively unscathed into the twenty-first century. By showing how the twenty-first-century opioid crisis is only the most recent in a long history of similar crises of addiction to pharmaceuticals, Herzberg forces us to rethink our most basic ideas about drug policy and addiction itself--ideas that have been failing us catastrophically for over a century. David Herzberg is an associate professor of history at the University of Buffalo is also the author of Happy Pills in America from Milltown to Prozac. David is also the co-editor of the journal Social History of Alcohol and Drugs.  Jay Shifman is a vulnerable storyteller, a stigma-destroying speaker, and the founder of Choose Your Struggle podcast. A guy in long-term recovery, Jay is dedicated to ending stigma and promoting fact-based education around Mental Health, Substance Misuse & Recovery, and Drug Use & Policy. You can learn more about Jay at his links here. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/american-studies

New Books in Law
David Herzberg, "White Market Drugs: Big Pharma and the Hidden History of Addiction in America" (U Chicago Press, 2020)

New Books in Law

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2021 60:15


The contemporary opioid crisis is widely seen as new and unprecedented. Not so. It is merely the latest in a long series of drug crises stretching back over a century. In White Market Drugs: Big Pharma and the Hidden History of Addiction in America (U Chicago Press, 2020), David Herzberg explores these crises and the drugs that fueled them, from Bayer's Heroin to Purdue's OxyContin and all the drugs in between: barbiturate "goof balls," amphetamine "thrill pills," the "love drug" Quaalude, and more. As Herzberg argues, the vast majority of American experiences with drugs and addiction have taken place within what he calls "white markets," where legal drugs called medicines are sold to a largely white clientele. These markets are widely acknowledged but no one has explained how they became so central to the medical system in a nation famous for its "drug wars"--until now. Drawing from federal, state, industry, and medical archives alongside a wealth of published sources, Herzberg re-connects America's divided drug history, telling the whole story for the first time. He reveals that the driving question for policymakers has never been how to prohibit the use of addictive drugs, but how to ensure their availability in medical contexts, where profitability often outweighs public safety. Access to white markets was thus a double-edged sword for socially privileged consumers, even as communities of color faced exclusion and punitive drug prohibition. To counter this no-win setup, Herzberg advocates for a consumer protection approach that robustly regulates all drug markets to minimize risks while maintaining safe, reliable access (and treatment) for people with addiction. Accomplishing this requires rethinking a drug/medicine divide born a century ago that, unlike most policies of that racially segregated era, has somehow survived relatively unscathed into the twenty-first century. By showing how the twenty-first-century opioid crisis is only the most recent in a long history of similar crises of addiction to pharmaceuticals, Herzberg forces us to rethink our most basic ideas about drug policy and addiction itself--ideas that have been failing us catastrophically for over a century. David Herzberg is an associate professor of history at the University of Buffalo is also the author of Happy Pills in America from Milltown to Prozac. David is also the co-editor of the journal Social History of Alcohol and Drugs.  Jay Shifman is a vulnerable storyteller, a stigma-destroying speaker, and the founder of Choose Your Struggle podcast. A guy in long-term recovery, Jay is dedicated to ending stigma and promoting fact-based education around Mental Health, Substance Misuse & Recovery, and Drug Use & Policy. You can learn more about Jay at his links here. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/law

New Books in Medicine
David Herzberg, "White Market Drugs: Big Pharma and the Hidden History of Addiction in America" (U Chicago Press, 2020)

New Books in Medicine

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2021 60:15


The contemporary opioid crisis is widely seen as new and unprecedented. Not so. It is merely the latest in a long series of drug crises stretching back over a century. In White Market Drugs: Big Pharma and the Hidden History of Addiction in America (U Chicago Press, 2020), David Herzberg explores these crises and the drugs that fueled them, from Bayer's Heroin to Purdue's OxyContin and all the drugs in between: barbiturate "goof balls," amphetamine "thrill pills," the "love drug" Quaalude, and more. As Herzberg argues, the vast majority of American experiences with drugs and addiction have taken place within what he calls "white markets," where legal drugs called medicines are sold to a largely white clientele. These markets are widely acknowledged but no one has explained how they became so central to the medical system in a nation famous for its "drug wars"--until now. Drawing from federal, state, industry, and medical archives alongside a wealth of published sources, Herzberg re-connects America's divided drug history, telling the whole story for the first time. He reveals that the driving question for policymakers has never been how to prohibit the use of addictive drugs, but how to ensure their availability in medical contexts, where profitability often outweighs public safety. Access to white markets was thus a double-edged sword for socially privileged consumers, even as communities of color faced exclusion and punitive drug prohibition. To counter this no-win setup, Herzberg advocates for a consumer protection approach that robustly regulates all drug markets to minimize risks while maintaining safe, reliable access (and treatment) for people with addiction. Accomplishing this requires rethinking a drug/medicine divide born a century ago that, unlike most policies of that racially segregated era, has somehow survived relatively unscathed into the twenty-first century. By showing how the twenty-first-century opioid crisis is only the most recent in a long history of similar crises of addiction to pharmaceuticals, Herzberg forces us to rethink our most basic ideas about drug policy and addiction itself--ideas that have been failing us catastrophically for over a century. David Herzberg is an associate professor of history at the University of Buffalo is also the author of Happy Pills in America from Milltown to Prozac. David is also the co-editor of the journal Social History of Alcohol and Drugs.  Jay Shifman is a vulnerable storyteller, a stigma-destroying speaker, and the founder of Choose Your Struggle podcast. A guy in long-term recovery, Jay is dedicated to ending stigma and promoting fact-based education around Mental Health, Substance Misuse & Recovery, and Drug Use & Policy. You can learn more about Jay at his links here. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/medicine

New Books in Science, Technology, and Society
David Herzberg, "White Market Drugs: Big Pharma and the Hidden History of Addiction in America" (U Chicago Press, 2020)

New Books in Science, Technology, and Society

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2021 60:15


The contemporary opioid crisis is widely seen as new and unprecedented. Not so. It is merely the latest in a long series of drug crises stretching back over a century. In White Market Drugs: Big Pharma and the Hidden History of Addiction in America (U Chicago Press, 2020), David Herzberg explores these crises and the drugs that fueled them, from Bayer's Heroin to Purdue's OxyContin and all the drugs in between: barbiturate "goof balls," amphetamine "thrill pills," the "love drug" Quaalude, and more. As Herzberg argues, the vast majority of American experiences with drugs and addiction have taken place within what he calls "white markets," where legal drugs called medicines are sold to a largely white clientele. These markets are widely acknowledged but no one has explained how they became so central to the medical system in a nation famous for its "drug wars"--until now. Drawing from federal, state, industry, and medical archives alongside a wealth of published sources, Herzberg re-connects America's divided drug history, telling the whole story for the first time. He reveals that the driving question for policymakers has never been how to prohibit the use of addictive drugs, but how to ensure their availability in medical contexts, where profitability often outweighs public safety. Access to white markets was thus a double-edged sword for socially privileged consumers, even as communities of color faced exclusion and punitive drug prohibition. To counter this no-win setup, Herzberg advocates for a consumer protection approach that robustly regulates all drug markets to minimize risks while maintaining safe, reliable access (and treatment) for people with addiction. Accomplishing this requires rethinking a drug/medicine divide born a century ago that, unlike most policies of that racially segregated era, has somehow survived relatively unscathed into the twenty-first century. By showing how the twenty-first-century opioid crisis is only the most recent in a long history of similar crises of addiction to pharmaceuticals, Herzberg forces us to rethink our most basic ideas about drug policy and addiction itself--ideas that have been failing us catastrophically for over a century. David Herzberg is an associate professor of history at the University of Buffalo is also the author of Happy Pills in America from Milltown to Prozac. David is also the co-editor of the journal Social History of Alcohol and Drugs.  Jay Shifman is a vulnerable storyteller, a stigma-destroying speaker, and the founder of Choose Your Struggle podcast. A guy in long-term recovery, Jay is dedicated to ending stigma and promoting fact-based education around Mental Health, Substance Misuse & Recovery, and Drug Use & Policy. You can learn more about Jay at his links here. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/science-technology-and-society

New Books in Public Policy
David Herzberg, "White Market Drugs: Big Pharma and the Hidden History of Addiction in America" (U Chicago Press, 2020)

New Books in Public Policy

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2021 60:15


The contemporary opioid crisis is widely seen as new and unprecedented. Not so. It is merely the latest in a long series of drug crises stretching back over a century. In White Market Drugs: Big Pharma and the Hidden History of Addiction in America (U Chicago Press, 2020), David Herzberg explores these crises and the drugs that fueled them, from Bayer's Heroin to Purdue's OxyContin and all the drugs in between: barbiturate "goof balls," amphetamine "thrill pills," the "love drug" Quaalude, and more. As Herzberg argues, the vast majority of American experiences with drugs and addiction have taken place within what he calls "white markets," where legal drugs called medicines are sold to a largely white clientele. These markets are widely acknowledged but no one has explained how they became so central to the medical system in a nation famous for its "drug wars"--until now. Drawing from federal, state, industry, and medical archives alongside a wealth of published sources, Herzberg re-connects America's divided drug history, telling the whole story for the first time. He reveals that the driving question for policymakers has never been how to prohibit the use of addictive drugs, but how to ensure their availability in medical contexts, where profitability often outweighs public safety. Access to white markets was thus a double-edged sword for socially privileged consumers, even as communities of color faced exclusion and punitive drug prohibition. To counter this no-win setup, Herzberg advocates for a consumer protection approach that robustly regulates all drug markets to minimize risks while maintaining safe, reliable access (and treatment) for people with addiction. Accomplishing this requires rethinking a drug/medicine divide born a century ago that, unlike most policies of that racially segregated era, has somehow survived relatively unscathed into the twenty-first century. By showing how the twenty-first-century opioid crisis is only the most recent in a long history of similar crises of addiction to pharmaceuticals, Herzberg forces us to rethink our most basic ideas about drug policy and addiction itself--ideas that have been failing us catastrophically for over a century. David Herzberg is an associate professor of history at the University of Buffalo is also the author of Happy Pills in America from Milltown to Prozac. David is also the co-editor of the journal Social History of Alcohol and Drugs.  Jay Shifman is a vulnerable storyteller, a stigma-destroying speaker, and the founder of Choose Your Struggle podcast. A guy in long-term recovery, Jay is dedicated to ending stigma and promoting fact-based education around Mental Health, Substance Misuse & Recovery, and Drug Use & Policy. You can learn more about Jay at his links here. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/public-policy

New Books in Drugs, Addiction and Recovery
David Herzberg, "White Market Drugs: Big Pharma and the Hidden History of Addiction in America" (U Chicago Press, 2020)

New Books in Drugs, Addiction and Recovery

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2021 60:15


The contemporary opioid crisis is widely seen as new and unprecedented. Not so. It is merely the latest in a long series of drug crises stretching back over a century. In White Market Drugs: Big Pharma and the Hidden History of Addiction in America (U Chicago Press, 2020), David Herzberg explores these crises and the drugs that fueled them, from Bayer's Heroin to Purdue's OxyContin and all the drugs in between: barbiturate "goof balls," amphetamine "thrill pills," the "love drug" Quaalude, and more. As Herzberg argues, the vast majority of American experiences with drugs and addiction have taken place within what he calls "white markets," where legal drugs called medicines are sold to a largely white clientele. These markets are widely acknowledged but no one has explained how they became so central to the medical system in a nation famous for its "drug wars"--until now. Drawing from federal, state, industry, and medical archives alongside a wealth of published sources, Herzberg re-connects America's divided drug history, telling the whole story for the first time. He reveals that the driving question for policymakers has never been how to prohibit the use of addictive drugs, but how to ensure their availability in medical contexts, where profitability often outweighs public safety. Access to white markets was thus a double-edged sword for socially privileged consumers, even as communities of color faced exclusion and punitive drug prohibition. To counter this no-win setup, Herzberg advocates for a consumer protection approach that robustly regulates all drug markets to minimize risks while maintaining safe, reliable access (and treatment) for people with addiction. Accomplishing this requires rethinking a drug/medicine divide born a century ago that, unlike most policies of that racially segregated era, has somehow survived relatively unscathed into the twenty-first century. By showing how the twenty-first-century opioid crisis is only the most recent in a long history of similar crises of addiction to pharmaceuticals, Herzberg forces us to rethink our most basic ideas about drug policy and addiction itself--ideas that have been failing us catastrophically for over a century. David Herzberg is an associate professor of history at the University of Buffalo is also the author of Happy Pills in America from Milltown to Prozac. David is also the co-editor of the journal Social History of Alcohol and Drugs.  Jay Shifman is a vulnerable storyteller, a stigma-destroying speaker, and the founder of Choose Your Struggle podcast. A guy in long-term recovery, Jay is dedicated to ending stigma and promoting fact-based education around Mental Health, Substance Misuse & Recovery, and Drug Use & Policy. You can learn more about Jay at his links here. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/drugs-addiction-and-recovery

New Books in History
David Herzberg, "White Market Drugs: Big Pharma and the Hidden History of Addiction in America" (U Chicago Press, 2020)

New Books in History

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2021 60:15


The contemporary opioid crisis is widely seen as new and unprecedented. Not so. It is merely the latest in a long series of drug crises stretching back over a century. In White Market Drugs: Big Pharma and the Hidden History of Addiction in America (U Chicago Press, 2020), David Herzberg explores these crises and the drugs that fueled them, from Bayer's Heroin to Purdue's OxyContin and all the drugs in between: barbiturate "goof balls," amphetamine "thrill pills," the "love drug" Quaalude, and more. As Herzberg argues, the vast majority of American experiences with drugs and addiction have taken place within what he calls "white markets," where legal drugs called medicines are sold to a largely white clientele. These markets are widely acknowledged but no one has explained how they became so central to the medical system in a nation famous for its "drug wars"--until now. Drawing from federal, state, industry, and medical archives alongside a wealth of published sources, Herzberg re-connects America's divided drug history, telling the whole story for the first time. He reveals that the driving question for policymakers has never been how to prohibit the use of addictive drugs, but how to ensure their availability in medical contexts, where profitability often outweighs public safety. Access to white markets was thus a double-edged sword for socially privileged consumers, even as communities of color faced exclusion and punitive drug prohibition. To counter this no-win setup, Herzberg advocates for a consumer protection approach that robustly regulates all drug markets to minimize risks while maintaining safe, reliable access (and treatment) for people with addiction. Accomplishing this requires rethinking a drug/medicine divide born a century ago that, unlike most policies of that racially segregated era, has somehow survived relatively unscathed into the twenty-first century. By showing how the twenty-first-century opioid crisis is only the most recent in a long history of similar crises of addiction to pharmaceuticals, Herzberg forces us to rethink our most basic ideas about drug policy and addiction itself--ideas that have been failing us catastrophically for over a century. David Herzberg is an associate professor of history at the University of Buffalo is also the author of Happy Pills in America from Milltown to Prozac. David is also the co-editor of the journal Social History of Alcohol and Drugs.  Jay Shifman is a vulnerable storyteller, a stigma-destroying speaker, and the founder of Choose Your Struggle podcast. A guy in long-term recovery, Jay is dedicated to ending stigma and promoting fact-based education around Mental Health, Substance Misuse & Recovery, and Drug Use & Policy. You can learn more about Jay at his links here. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/history

United States of Murder
West Virginia: John McGuire & Brian Barrett

United States of Murder

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2021 62:28


This week we're in West Virginia discussing a family affair. Then, we'll talk about a chat room catfishing case that ends in murder. Buckle up and join us on this dark and twisted ride through the Mountain State. CW: Child Abuse, Sexual Abuse, Incest, Drug Use, Addiction, Sex Trafficking, Catfishing, Brutal Violence, and Murder. You may now join us on Patreon or Buy us a Cocktail. Be sure to subscribe on Apple and leave a review, or, email us at unitedstatesofmurder@gmail.com Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter! Check out our website www.unitedstatesofmurder.com Interested in your own digital "If I Go Missing" file? Get 20% off here: HelpYouFind.Me and be sure to use promo code USOFM Sources: All That's Interesting, People, Medium, Bluefield Daily News, Learning English, ABC News, Daily Mail, Buffalo News, Music by Pixabay --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/unitedstatesofmurder/support

Fight For Together
65. Parenting on Psychedelics

Fight For Together

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 4, 2021 66:36


Ben and Kami talk about how they went from hating drugs to trying the most illegal kinds and the impact that substances have had on their parenting, perspective, and family life. LINKS How to Change your Mind https://www.amazon.com/dp/0735224153?ref=exp_fightfortogether_dp_vv_d Drug Use for Grown-Ups https://www.amazon.com/dp/1101981644?ref=exp_fightfortogether_dp_vv_d Fantastic Fungi Doc https://fantasticfungi.com/watch/ Hamilton's Pharmacopeia https://www.hulu.com/series/hamiltons-pharmacopeia-ba51f4e6-df48-4278-b75f-38f0d6ae6734 Coaching from Ben https://www.patreon.com/fightfortogether PODCAST https://anchor.fm/fightfortogether Buy the Album and Book [cheapest and most helpful for us] https://fightfortogether.bigcartel.com/ OUR BOOK on AMAZON: https://geni.us/2000MilesTogether Date Filmed November 30, 2021 --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/fightfortogether/support

Black Love: The Interviews
April and Troy Lawrence

Black Love: The Interviews

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 3, 2021 49:02


CW: Abuse, Drug Use.This episode deals with heavy topics as noted in the content warning. Please do not listen to this episode if you find either of those topics triggering. ---April and Troy come from very different backgrounds. Troy was heavily involved in the drug game while April was involved in church. Even when everyone tried to convince April to give up on Troy, before and during marriage, she stayed with him because of her faith in God. Outside of Troy's affiliation with the drug life, the two also struggled with infidelity and abuse. However, knowing that there was a reason God had placed April in Troy's life, that was enough for her to keep fighting for the relationship and eventually Troy gained his own relationship with God. The Lawrence's also discuss the tragedy of Hurricane Katrina in 2005 while living in Louisiana and how that was an added stressor on the relationship and their family dynamic as a whole. Though they've been through a lot, they somehow continue to find a way to push forward. ======== Looking for more Black Love Podcast Network Podcasts? Check out  Black Love+  . Black Love+ is the premier destination for all things Black Love. Download it today for free from your favorite app store! Connect with us:@blacklove on Instagram@blacklovedoc on Facebook@blacklovedoc on Twitter

AP Audio Stories
NYC OKs safe sites for drug use, aiming to curb overdoses

AP Audio Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 0:56


Terry Talks Nutrition Radio Show
Even brief statin drug use depletes CoQ10

Terry Talks Nutrition Radio Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2021 54:54


Researchers found a 51% decrease in blood levels of CoQ10 after 30 days of use of a statin drug, with significant reductions noticeable after just 14 days.

New Books in Medicine
Craig W. Stevens, "The Drug Expert: A Practical Guide to the Impact of Drug Use in Legal Proceedings" (Academic Press, 2020)

New Books in Medicine

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 57:06


Craig W. Stevens' book The Drug Expert: A Practical Guide to the Impact of Drug Use in Legal Proceedings (Academic Press, 2021) targets academic and industry pharmacologists, pharmacology graduate students, and professionals and students of affiliated disciplines, such as pharmacy and toxicology. Users will find it to be an invaluable reference for those involved in the field. In addition, pharmacists and others who increasingly serve as expert witnesses and toxicologists will find an array of very useful information. Geert Slabbekoorn works as an analyst in the field of public security. In addition he has published on different aspects of dark web drug trade in Belgium. Find him on twitter, tweeting all things drug related @GeertJS. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/medicine

New Books in Drugs, Addiction and Recovery
Craig W. Stevens, "The Drug Expert: A Practical Guide to the Impact of Drug Use in Legal Proceedings" (Academic Press, 2020)

New Books in Drugs, Addiction and Recovery

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 57:06


Craig W. Stevens' book The Drug Expert: A Practical Guide to the Impact of Drug Use in Legal Proceedings (Academic Press, 2021) targets academic and industry pharmacologists, pharmacology graduate students, and professionals and students of affiliated disciplines, such as pharmacy and toxicology. Users will find it to be an invaluable reference for those involved in the field. In addition, pharmacists and others who increasingly serve as expert witnesses and toxicologists will find an array of very useful information. Geert Slabbekoorn works as an analyst in the field of public security. In addition he has published on different aspects of dark web drug trade in Belgium. Find him on twitter, tweeting all things drug related @GeertJS. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/drugs-addiction-and-recovery

New Books in Law
Craig W. Stevens, "The Drug Expert: A Practical Guide to the Impact of Drug Use in Legal Proceedings" (Academic Press, 2020)

New Books in Law

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 57:06


Craig W. Stevens' book The Drug Expert: A Practical Guide to the Impact of Drug Use in Legal Proceedings (Academic Press, 2021) targets academic and industry pharmacologists, pharmacology graduate students, and professionals and students of affiliated disciplines, such as pharmacy and toxicology. Users will find it to be an invaluable reference for those involved in the field. In addition, pharmacists and others who increasingly serve as expert witnesses and toxicologists will find an array of very useful information. Geert Slabbekoorn works as an analyst in the field of public security. In addition he has published on different aspects of dark web drug trade in Belgium. Find him on twitter, tweeting all things drug related @GeertJS. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/law

New Books Network
Craig W. Stevens, "The Drug Expert: A Practical Guide to the Impact of Drug Use in Legal Proceedings" (Academic Press, 2020)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 57:06


Craig W. Stevens' book The Drug Expert: A Practical Guide to the Impact of Drug Use in Legal Proceedings (Academic Press, 2021) targets academic and industry pharmacologists, pharmacology graduate students, and professionals and students of affiliated disciplines, such as pharmacy and toxicology. Users will find it to be an invaluable reference for those involved in the field. In addition, pharmacists and others who increasingly serve as expert witnesses and toxicologists will find an array of very useful information. Geert Slabbekoorn works as an analyst in the field of public security. In addition he has published on different aspects of dark web drug trade in Belgium. Find him on twitter, tweeting all things drug related @GeertJS. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

The Rewired Soul
Doing Drugs like Grown-Ups with Dr. Carl Hart

The Rewired Soul

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 64:29


Episode Notes Dr. Carl Hart is a somewhat controversial psychologist and neuroscientist for his views on drugs. In his newest book Drug Use for Grown-Ups, he argues that there's a lot of bad information about drugs and drug use can actually be beneficial when used properly. We discuss the current discussion around drugs, necessary policy change, and the challenges of addiction. Follow Dr. Carl Hart on Twitter @drcarlhart Get a copy of Drug Use for Grown-Ups Get your free books by Chris here: https://bit.ly/3vkRsb6 Follow @TheRewiredSoul on Twitter and Instagram Subscribe to The Rewired Soul Substack Support The Rewired Soul: Get books by Chris Support on Patreon Try BetterHelp Online Therapy (affiliate) Donate

Fifth & Mission
Can a Supervised Drug Use Site Help Curb the Overdose Crisis?

Fifth & Mission

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 21:31


Mayor London Breed is hoping to acquire a building San Francisco can use to open a site where people can use drugs under medical supervision as early as spring 2022. One roadblock: It's against state and federal law. Reporter Trisha Thadani joins host Cecilia Lei to talk about the plan. Plus: Data reporter Yoohyun Jung talks about The Chronicle's new Overdose Tracker. | Unlimited Chronicle access: sfchronicle.com/pod Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

And Podcast For All - Metallica Fans
A Week in the Life...following Metallica and vacationing

And Podcast For All - Metallica Fans

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 81:05


Your hosts went a million MPH this week on vacation and seeing Metallica shows.  What better way to reconnect, and update ya'll on the following subjects.Road Trips, Drug Use, Metallica in Ft. Lauderdale, FightNight, Get In The Ring setlist, Runway burials, Metallica in ATL, Hilton Head Islands, Metallica in space, ...And Hawaii For All, ...And Voting For All, Dallas strip clubs, Cage The Trash, Pantera's Limo, St. Anger is how old to you, Genuine Fake Merch, Greta Van Snooze, and a Mysterious Black Box of Metallica.Instagram - andpodcastforallFaceBook - ...And Podcast For AllLiquid Death - Official sponsor of APFA liquiddeath.com -Murder your Thirst, Death To Plasticandpodcastforall@gmail.com for all your wants, wishes, comments, Hate Train mail, needs, desires, or just to say what's up to the guys.  Email us and let us know if you want to be our next guest!  After all, it's a Podcast FOR ALL.

Phil Matier
Phil Matier: SF Mayor London Breed proposes drug use harm reduction site

Phil Matier

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 2:24


San Francisco Mayor London Breed wants the city to open a site where drug users can safely take their drugs. For more, KCBS Radio news anchors Patti Reising and Jeff Bell spoke with KCBS Radio Insider Phil Matier. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Chicago Dog Walk
Wednesday 11/10/21 - Homelessness & Drug Use (ft. Michael Shellenberger) Part II

Chicago Dog Walk

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 22:47


In Part II with Michael Shellenberger about homelessness & drugs we get into why they don't break up mass tent encampments, the fentanyl epidemic in the U.S., the problem with collecting data on homeless, and more.

The Source
The rise of synthetic drug use is fracturing families and tearing communities apart

The Source

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 39:28


In his new book, journalist and bestselling author Sam Quinones exposes the human toll of the synthetic drugs like the deadly opioid fentanyl and a new type of methamphetamine, those responsible for making them cheaper and more potent than ever, and how communities are fighting back against the horrors of addiction amid an unprecedented public health crisis in America.

Chicago Dog Walk
Tuesday 11/9/21 - Homelessness & Drug Use (ft. Michael Shellenberger) Part I

Chicago Dog Walk

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 24:00


Author Michael Shellenberger joins the show to talk about homelessness and drug use in America. We get into him explaining why he's no longer a progessive, his past works shaping his views, where he stands now, and more.

Signal Boost
Sam Quinones, Author of "The Least of Us"

Signal Boost

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021 26:56


Author Sam Quinones joins Jess and Zerlina to talk about his new book "The Least of Us: True Tales of America and Hope in the Time of Fentanyl and Meth," on sale October 12!"The Least of Us" is the follow up to Quinones' award-winning New York Times bestseller, "Dreamland: The True Tale of America's Opiate Epidemic."

Choose Your Struggle
Leading With Empathy In Addiction Treatment With Dr. Nzinga Harrison (The Season Finale!)

Choose Your Struggle

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021 63:00


Season 2, Episode 85Leading With Empathy In Addiction Treatment With Dr. Nzinga HarrisonThe season finale of the 2nd season of the Choose Your Struggle podcast is here! It's been an amazing season but all good things come to an end.The Season Finale features Jay chatting with Dr. Nzinga Harrison, the host of one of his favorite podcasts In Recovery! She's also the Chief Medical Officer and Co-Founder of Eleanor Health and co-founder of Physicians for Criminal Justice Reform. A true leader, Dr. Harrison is a shining example of how you can treat Addiction from a place of love and care. You can find out more about Dr. Harrison and listen to In Recovery at https://lemonadamedia.com/show/inrecovery/ and http://www.nzingaharrisonmd.com/. *** one note. Jay mentions an article he read that says we need to basically double how many mental health professionals are out there to adequately address the need. Dr. Harrison asked him for the source of that article and he can't find it! So he wants everyone to know he won't be using that stat anymore... unless someone knows where he read it and can send him the study it's from!Thank you to everyone who checked out the show this season. Please stay subscribed during the offseason. From everyone here at Choose Your Struggle, we love you all. CHOOSE YOUR STRUGGLE IS A FINALIST FOR THE HARM REDUCTION COALITION'S YEARLY AWARDS! The Harm Reduction Coalition is THE org. in Harm Reduction work and to be a finalist for their Changing The Narrative award is truly moving. Just so incredible to us. You can vote to help us at a chance to win the whole fucking thing, to quote Major League, at https://bit.ly/GalaAwardVote. We'd really appreciate it. And please vote for our friends Savage Sisters who are a finalist in the Resilience Award category.We're doing an end of season giveaway! At Thanksgiving, Jay will put all the names of everyone who has left a review into a generator and three people will receive a prize pack. One is Choose Your Struggle merch, one is a gift pack from my partners Road Runner and Bookshop, and one is a Youdgee muscle massager. If you haven't left a review yet, scroll down in these show notes and find the review link or, if you listen on i-Tunes, review it there! https://ReviewThisPodcast.com/Choose-Your-StruggleToday's Good Egg: Take care of yourself during the offseason! Looking for someone to wow your audience now that the world is reopening? My speaking calendar is booking up fast! But if you're interested in bringing me to your campus, your community group, your organization or any other location to speak about Mental Health, Substance Misuse & Recovery, or Drug Use & Policy, reach out to my strategist Ryan Holzhauer at ryan@jayshifman.com.Tank Tops are in! You can see what they look like on the website (thanks to Jay's wife for modeling the women's cut). Reach out through the website to order. If you're looking for something a little less expensive, magnets are in too! Check them out on the website or Instagram. Patreon supporters get a discount so join Patreon!But that's not all! You can now buy even more merch! Check out our store on Teepublic at https://www.teepublic.com/stores/choose-your-struggle?ref_id=24308 for shirts, mugs, stickers, phone cases, and much, much more!Support the Podcast on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/ChooseYourStruggle Leave us an audio message to share feedback and have a chance to be played on the show: https://podinbox.com/CYS Review the Podcast: https://ReviewThisPodcast.com/Choose-Your-Struggle.Support the Podcast, a different way: https://podhero.com/401017-ikv.Learn more about the Shameless Podcast Network: https://www.shamelessnetwork.com/ Our Partner Bookshop (Support Local Book Stores and the Podcast in the Process!): https://bookshop.org/shop/CYS Our Partner Road Runner (Use Code CYS for 10% off): www.roadrunnercbd.com/ref/CYS As always, you can find more at our links: https://jay.campsite.bio ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★

Weed + Grub
Outside Lands! Grass Lands! Responsible Drug Use!

Weed + Grub

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 64:10


Mike and Mary Jane celebrate life and unpack their incredible experience at Outside Lands, the one-of-a-kind cannabis community inside OSL called Grass Lands, where Mike performed. Highlights include Reggie Watts' set (s/o medicinal ketamine!), molly walks and VIP sits, meeting Chef Roy Choi, and figuring out how to responsibly reconnect with yourself and your loved ones while dancing the night away.   GIVE US 5 ⭐️ / LEAVE A REVIEW / SHOOT A DUMPLING IN MY MOUTH Music by Jesse Case Weed + Grub IG Weed + Grub Patreon Embarc Yky's Soundcloud OCB USA - the finest rolling papers in the world! BOWT: Libby Dolan & Billy Anderson

Choose Your Struggle
Monday Motivation: Season 2 Wrap Pt. 2, To Infinity and Beyond!

Choose Your Struggle

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 17:35


Season 2, Episode 84Monday Motivation: Season 2 Wrap Pt. 2, To Infinity and Beyond!Today's Monday Motivation is the completion of the season wrap up that we started with last week's Monday Motivation. Friday, November 5th is the final episode. We're looking forward to everything else that's coming down the line for Choose Your Struggle!CHOOSE YOUR STRUGGLE IS A FINALIST FOR THE HARM REDUCTION COALITION'S YEARLY AWARDS! The Harm Reduction Coalition is THE org. in Harm Reduction work and to be a finalist for their Changing The Narrative award is truly moving. Just so incredible to us. You can vote to help us at a chance to win the whole fucking thing, to quote Major League, at https://bit.ly/GalaAwardVote. We'd really appreciate it. And please vote for our friends Savage Sisters who are a finalist in the Resilience Award category.We're doing an end of season giveaway! At Thanksgiving, Jay will put all the names of everyone who has left a review into a generator and three people will receive a prize pack. One is Choose Your Struggle merch, one is a gift pack from my partners Road Runner and Bookshop, and one is a Youdgee muscle massager. If you haven't left a review yet, scroll down in these show notes and find the review link or, if you listen on i-Tunes, review it there! https://ReviewThisPodcast.com/Choose-Your-StruggleIf something in this episode upsets you, or makes you feel a certain way, take a moment and do some mindfulness. When you have the words, the thought thrashed out, send it to me! Share the podcast, tell the world your thoughts. That's how we make change.No Good Egg or Card on Monday episodes.Looking for someone to wow your audience now that the world is reopening? My speaking calendar is booking up fast! But if you're interested in bringing me to your campus, your community group, your organization or any other location to speak about Mental Health, Substance Misuse & Recovery, or Drug Use & Policy, reach out to my strategist Ryan Holzhauer at ryan@jayshifman.com.Tank Tops are in! You can see what they look like on the website (thanks to Jay's wife for modeling the women's cut). Reach out through the website to order. If you're looking for something a little less expensive, magnets are in too! Check them out on the website or Instagram. Patreon supporters get a discount so join Patreon!But that's not all! You can now buy even more merch! Check out our store on Teepublic at https://www.teepublic.com/stores/choose-your-struggle?ref_id=24308 for shirts, mugs, stickers, phone cases, and much, much more!Support the Podcast on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/ChooseYourStruggle Leave us an audio message to share feedback and have a chance to be played on the show: https://podinbox.com/CYS Review the Podcast: https://ReviewThisPodcast.com/Choose-Your-Struggle.Support the Podcast, a different way: https://podhero.com/401017-ikv.Learn more about the Shameless Podcast Network: https://www.shamelessnetwork.com/ Our Partner Bookshop (Support Local Book Stores and the Podcast in the Process!): https://bookshop.org/shop/CYS Our Partner Road Runner (Use Code CYS for 10% off): www.roadrunnercbd.com/ref/CYS As always, you can find more at our links: https://jay.campsite.bio ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★

Mighty Parenting | Raising Teens | Parenting Young Adults
6 Essential Areas Parents Need to Focus on to Prevent Drug Use | Richard Capriola | Episode 201

Mighty Parenting | Raising Teens | Parenting Young Adults

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 34:19


Alcohol, marijuana and other drugs are prevalent in today's society. They're present and easy for kids to access. Regardless of where you live or your economic situation, your child will be exposed. So how can you prepare your teen or young adult to avoid use and abuse? Is it better to let them have some exposure at home, in a safe environment? What can parents do-that actually works-to prevent drug use? Richard Capriola is an addiction counselor and today he talks to Mighty Parenting podcast host Sandy Fowler to answer these questions. They discuss the 6 essential areas parents need to focus on to prevent drug use and alcohol abuse, what research says about consumption at home, and more. Our Guest: Richard Capriola  Detailed Show Notes and Support at MightyParenting.com episode 201 From Our Sponsor:  Want to improve your communication and build a better relationship with your teenager? Get the free email series How to Talk to Your Teen at MightyParenting.com

Choose Your Struggle
A Life Reborn in Service to Others with Kevin Roth

Choose Your Struggle

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2021 52:02


Season 2, Episode 83A Life Reborn in Service to Others with Kevin RothThis week Jay chats with Kevin Roth. You may know Kevin from his musical career, performing on the Thomas the Tank Engine show and with acts like Peter Paul and Mary. But as his second act in life, Kevin is a life coach. His change came after he received a cancer diagnosis that, originally, was thought to be fatal. But Kevin worked hard: mentally, physically, and emotionally, and beat his diagnosis. But that experience helped him realize what was important in life and he changed his life mission to helping others.You can learn more at https://kevinroth.org/ and hear his music at https://kevinrothmusic.com/. CHOOSE YOUR STRUGGLE IS A FINALIST FOR THE HARM REDUCTION COALITION'S YEARLY AWARDS! The Harm Reduction Coalition is THE org. in Harm Reduction work and to be a finalist for their Changing The Narrative award is truly moving. Just so incredible to us. You can vote to help us at a chance to win the whole fucking thing, to quote Major League, at https://bit.ly/GalaAwardVote. We'd really appreciate it. And please vote for our friends Savage Sisters who are a finalist in the Resilience Award category. We're doing an end of season giveaway! At Thanksgiving, Jay will put all the names of everyone who has left a review into a generator and three people will receive a prize pack. One is Choose Your Struggle merch, one is a gift pack from my partners Road Runner and Bookshop, and one is a Youdgee muscle massager. If you haven't left a review yet, scroll down in these show notes and find the review link or, if you listen on i-Tunes, review it there! https://ReviewThisPodcast.com/Choose-Your-StruggleToday's Good Egg: Leave a review and be entered into the end of season giveaway drawing and PLEASE vote for Choose Your Struggle and Savage Sisters for the Harm Reduction Coalition's awards (see above for links to both.  Looking for someone to wow your audience now that the world is reopening? My speaking calendar is booking up fast! But if you're interested in bringing me to your campus, your community group, your organization or any other location to speak about Mental Health, Substance Misuse & Recovery, or Drug Use & Policy, reach out to my strategist Ryan Holzhauer at ryan@jayshifman.com.Tank Tops are in! You can see what they look like on the website (thanks to Jay's wife for modeling the women's cut). Reach out through the website to order. If you're looking for something a little less expensive, magnets are in too! Check them out on the website or Instagram. Patreon supporters get a discount so join Patreon!But that's not all! You can now buy even more merch! Check out our store on Teepublic at https://www.teepublic.com/stores/choose-your-struggle?ref_id=24308 for shirts, mugs, stickers, phone cases, and much, much more!Support the Podcast on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/ChooseYourStruggle Leave us an audio message to share feedback and have a chance to be played on the show: https://podinbox.com/CYS Review the Podcast: https://ReviewThisPodcast.com/Choose-Your-Struggle.Support the Podcast, a different way: https://podhero.com/401017-ikv.Learn more about the Shameless Podcast Network: https://www.shamelessnetwork.com/ Our Partner Bookshop (Support Local Book Stores and the Podcast in the Process!): https://bookshop.org/shop/CYS Our Partner Road Runner (Use Code CYS for 10% off): www.roadrunnercbd.com/ref/CYS As always, you can find more at our links: https://jay.campsite.bio ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★

Simpin After Dark
Psycho Lover Vol. 2

Simpin After Dark

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 90:11


This is the second annual Halloween special edition episode, Psycho Lover Vol. 2. Master Steph joins me to get into Mariah The Scientist's song, "2 You", from her latest album RY RY WORLD. It has the perfect haunting vibes for this episode, and it's about grieving a relationship that had to end, but looking back and appreciating it for what it meant to her. Then we dive into attachment theory and how it pertains to relationships. The different attachment styles are secure, anxious, avoidant, and disorganized/fearful avoidant. They all have negative effects on relationships and it's important to become aware of which attachment style you fall under, so that you can take the steps to become more secure. I've been reading the book "Attached" (I'll link it below), and it has a lot of great examples of couples with different dynamics, and of different research and studies that have been done to emphasize the importance of having a secure attachment and how we develop them. For the past few weeks I've been asking you guys to send in your stories for the "Psycho Lover" segment of this episode, and I got some wild ones. TRIGGER WARNING: DOMESTIC VIOLENCE, NARCISSISTIC ABUSE, DRUG USE, ASSAULT/VIOLENCE. Thank you so much to everyone who shared their story, I appreciate you and I'm sending lots of love.  References: "Attached: The New Science of Adult Attachment and How it Can Help You Find - And Keep - Love" By Amir Levine, M.D., & Rachel S.F. Heller, M.A. Lee Hammock Tik Tok - Self Aware Diagnosed Narcissistic Personality Disorder  Follow Me IG/Twitter/Tik Tok @simpinafterdark Follow Ashley @ash_friday_ on IG Follow @AmigasTheSeries on IG Go like "Simpin After Dark" playlist on Spotify by ashleyym91 Intro song - Lo-fi Type Beat - Dreaming (Prod. Lee)

Choose Your Struggle
Monday Motivation: Season 2 Wrap Pt. 1, A Look Back

Choose Your Struggle

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 20:16


Season 2, Episode 82Monday Motivation: Season 2 Wrap Pt. 1, A Look BackToday's Monday Motivation is the beginning of the season wrap up. Friday, November 5th is the final episode. So you have one more Monday Motivation (the second half of this episode) next week. We're doing an end of season giveaway! At Thanksgiving, Jay will put all the names of everyone who has left a review into a generator and three people will receive a prize pack. One is Choose Your Struggle merch, one is a gift pack from my partners Road Runner and Bookshop, and one is a Youdgee muscle massager. If you haven't left a review yet, scroll down in these show notes and find the review link or, if you listen on i-Tunes, review it there! If something in this episode upsets you, or makes you feel a certain way, take a moment and do some mindfulness. When you have the words, the thought thrashed out, send it to me! Share the podcast, tell the world your thoughts. That's how we make change.No Good Egg or Card on Monday episodes.Looking for someone to wow your audience now that the world is reopening? My speaking calendar is booking up fast! But if you're interested in bringing me to your campus, your community group, your organization or any other location to speak about Mental Health, Substance Misuse & Recovery, or Drug Use & Policy, reach out to my strategist Ryan Holzhauer at ryan@jayshifman.com.Tank Tops are in! You can see what they look like on the website (thanks to Jay's wife for modeling the women's cut). Reach out through the website to order. If you're looking for something a little less expensive, magnets are in too! Check them out on the website or Instagram. Patreon supporters get a discount so join Patreon!But that's not all! You can now buy even more merch! Check out our store on Teepublic at https://www.teepublic.com/stores/choose-your-struggle?ref_id=24308 for shirts, mugs, stickers, phone cases, and much, much more!Support the Podcast on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/ChooseYourStruggle Leave us an audio message to share feedback and have a chance to be played on the show: https://podinbox.com/CYS Review the Podcast: https://ReviewThisPodcast.com/Choose-Your-Struggle.Support the Podcast, a different way: https://podhero.com/401017-ikv.Learn more about the Shameless Podcast Network: https://www.shamelessnetwork.com/ Our Partner Bookshop (Support Local Book Stores and the Podcast in the Process!): https://bookshop.org/shop/CYS Our Partner Road Runner (Use Code CYS for 10% off): www.roadrunnercbd.com/ref/CYS As always, you can find more at our links: https://jay.campsite.bio ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★

Lex Fridman Podcast
#233 – Carl Hart: Heroin, Cocaine, MDMA, Alcohol & the Role of Drugs in Society

Lex Fridman Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 23, 2021 76:47


Carl Hart is a psychologist at Columbia University. Please support this podcast by checking out our sponsors: – InsideTracker: https://insidetracker.com/lex and use code Lex25 to get 25% off – Ten Thousand: https://www.tenthousand.cc/ and use code LEX to get 15% off – Four Sigmatic: https://foursigmatic.com/lex and use code LexPod to get up to 60% off – ExpressVPN: https://expressvpn.com/lexpod and use code LexPod to get 3 months free EPISODE LINKS: Carl's Twitter: https://twitter.com/drcarlhart Carl's Website: https://drcarlhart.com Drug Use for Grown-Ups (book): https://amzn.to/3lVpq2Y PODCAST INFO: Podcast website: https://lexfridman.com/podcast Apple Podcasts: https://apple.co/2lwqZIr Spotify: https://spoti.fi/2nEwCF8 RSS: https://lexfridman.com/feed/podcast/ YouTube Full Episodes: https://youtube.com/lexfridman YouTube Clips: https://youtube.com/lexclips SUPPORT

Choose Your Struggle
From Heartbreak to Helping Others With Laurie Singer

Choose Your Struggle

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 54:23


Season 2, Episode 81From Heartbreak to Helping Others With Laurie SingerThis week, Jay chats with California-based therapist Laurie Singer. After overcoming a traumatic childhood and losing a child to cancer, Laurie dedicated her life to helping others. She's written a fantastic book, You're Not Crazy: Living with Anxiety, Obsessions and Fetishes and is the founder of a nonprofit.To learn more about Laurie, check out her website https://lauriesingerbehavioral.com/ and find her book at Bookshop! We're doing an end of season giveaway! At Thanksgiving, Jay will put all the names of everyone who has left a review into a generator and three people will receive a prize pack. One is Choose Your Struggle merch, one is a gift pack from my partners Road Runner and Bookshop, and one is a Youdgee muscle massager. If you haven't left a review yet, scroll down in these show notes and find the review link or, if you listen on i-Tunes, review it there!Today's Good Egg: Leave a review and be entered into the end of season giveaway drawing! Looking for someone to wow your audience now that the world is reopening? My speaking calendar is booking up fast! But if you're interested in bringing me to your campus, your community group, your organization or any other location to speak about Mental Health, Substance Misuse & Recovery, or Drug Use & Policy, reach out to my strategist Ryan Holzhauer at ryan@jayshifman.com.Tank Tops are in! You can see what they look like on the website (thanks to Jay's wife for modeling the women's cut). Reach out through the website to order. If you're looking for something a little less expensive, magnets are in too! Check them out on the website or Instagram. Patreon supporters get a discount so join Patreon!But that's not all! You can now buy even more merch! Check out our store on Teepublic at https://www.teepublic.com/stores/choose-your-struggle?ref_id=24308 for shirts, mugs, stickers, phone cases, and much, much more!Support the Podcast on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/ChooseYourStruggle Leave us an audio message to share feedback and have a chance to be played on the show: https://podinbox.com/CYS Review the Podcast: https://ReviewThisPodcast.com/Choose-Your-Struggle.Support the Podcast, a different way: https://podhero.com/401017-ikv.Learn more about the Shameless Podcast Network: https://www.shamelessnetwork.com/ Our Partner Bookshop (Support Local Book Stores and the Podcast in the Process!): https://bookshop.org/shop/CYS Our Partner Road Runner (Use Code CYS for 10% off): www.roadrunnercbd.com/ref/CYS As always, you can find more at our links: https://jay.campsite.bio ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★

The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times
We know how to fix the syphilis surge. Will we do it?

The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 16:31


Twenty-one years ago, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported that national adult cases of syphilis had reached their lowest levels ever, and entirely eliminating the disease among newborns seemed to be within reach.But syphilis cases have risen dramatically over the last decade for both adults and infants — even though the disease is curable, and even though we could protect babies by getting pregnant people tested and treated in time.Today, L.A. Times public health reporter Emily Alpert Reyes discusses this disturbing trend, what it says about our society and how to get the fight against congenital syphilis back on track. We also hear from someone who had a stillbirth because of syphilis and wants everyone to learn from her story.More reading:The number of babies infected with syphilis was already surging. Then came the pandemicTwo crises in one: As drug use rises, so does syphilis1,306 U.S. infants were born with syphilis in 2018, even though it's easy to prevent

Choose Your Struggle
Monday Motivation: So It's Come To This, A Choose Your Struggle Flashback Show

Choose Your Struggle

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 38:51


Season 2, Episode 80Monday Motivation: So It's Come To This, A Choose Your Struggle Flashback ShowToday's Monday Motivation is a flashback to the 5th episode of this podcast, the first with a guest, featuring Kristen Zavo. One, because I love Kristen, and two because I want y'all to hear how far we've come in the last almost two years. I recorded this in a closet in Charleston, South Carolina while we were in the early, EARLY days of the Covid lockdown.Holy shit the original theme! My first give away! Awful sound quality! Thinking an episode dropping a week later is a long wait AMAZING!The title of this episode is a wink at a famous episode of a TV show. Know what it is? The first person to reach out and tell me the right answer will get a Choose Your Struggle tank top sent to them for being just so dang smart.  As a special bonus, anyone who leaves The Choose Your Struggle Podcast a review on the site of their choice and show us proof will get 25% off a tank top or, if you already own one, a care package of other Choose Your Struggle items on the house! Just take a screen shot or a pic with your phone and send it to info@jayshifman.com with your address and your choice.What do you think? Everyone who responds, either by social media or my website, will get a sticker mailed to them. The first person to respond each week will get a magnet! So reach out or post something on your personal social media and tag me (and maybe share the show in the process?)!If something in this episode upsets you, or makes you feel a certain way, take a moment and do some mindfulness. When you have the words, the thought thrashed out, send it to me! Share the podcast, tell the world your thoughts. That's how we make change.No Good Egg or Card on Monday episodes.Looking for someone to wow your audience now that the world is reopening? My speaking calendar is booking up fast! But if you're interested in bringing me to your campus, your community group, your organization or any other location to speak about Mental Health, Substance Misuse & Recovery, or Drug Use & Policy, reach out to my strategist Ryan Holzhauer at ryan@jayshifman.com.Tank Tops are in! You can see what they look like on the website (thanks to Jay's wife for modeling the women's cut). Reach out through the website to order. If you're looking for something a little less expensive, magnets are in too! Check them out on the website or Instagram. Patreon supporters get a discount so join Patreon!But that's not all! You can now buy even more merch! Check out our store on Teepublic at https://www.teepublic.com/stores/choose-your-struggle?ref_id=24308 for shirts, mugs, stickers, phone cases, and much, much more!Support the Podcast on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/ChooseYourStruggle Leave us an audio message to share feedback and have a chance to be played on the show: https://podinbox.com/CYS Review the Podcast: https://ReviewThisPodcast.com/Choose-Your-Struggle.Support the Podcast, a different way: https://podhero.com/401017-ikv.Learn more about the Shameless Podcast Network: https://www.shamelessnetwork.com/ Our Partner Bookshop (Support Local Book Stores and the Podcast in the Process!): https://bookshop.org/shop/CYS Our Partner Road Runner (Use Code CYS for 10% off): www.roadrunnercbd.com/ref/CYS As always, you can find more at our links: https://jay.campsite.bio ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★

Dopey: The Dark Comedy of Drug Addiction | Heroin | Cocaine | Meth | Weed | Drugs | LSD | Recovery | Sobriety
Dopey 325: Drug Use for Grown Ups, Dr. Carl Hart, Heroin, Coke, Ecstacy, Addiction, Recovery, Erin Khar

Dopey: The Dark Comedy of Drug Addiction | Heroin | Cocaine | Meth | Weed | Drugs | LSD | Recovery | Sobriety

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2021 116:46


This week on Dopey! We are joined by psychologist, neuroscientist and author, Dr. Carl Hart. Dr. Hart comes on the show to explain his findings in the provocative new book Drug Use for Grown Ups. We discuss Dr. Hart's thoughts and experiences around recreational drug use and some of his theories around addiction and recovery. PLUS Erin Khar is back for another exciting titillating installment of Ask Erin where we answer some hard hitting new questions in addiction, relationships and other dumb shit! PLUS much more on a well educated new episode of your favorite dumb podcast - Dopey!