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A collection of resources on the current discussion on addiction, from a scientific, social, spiritual, ethic, medical, and Catholic perspective.

Can’t stop eating sweets? The Bible has some great advice

It's about so much more than resisting temptation.

China agrees to White House demand to end fentanyl exports to U.S.

Move comes amid growing crisis of opioid overdose deaths

How gratitude reduces smartphone addiction

The link between gratitude and telephone addiction isn’t really obvious at first glance, but it’s real.

8 Alcoholics Anonymous slogans to lean on when you break a New Year’s resolution

They're simple and easy to remember -- and they'll help you have your best year yet!

This museum offers hope to families of opioid addicts

Works of art utilized for works of mercy.

‘Beautiful Boy’ and the quest to fill the “God-shaped hole” in all of us

Addiction is an important theme in many of the year's popular films.

Pharmaceutical family members sued for role in opioid crisis

Lawyers are targeting individuals of the Sackler family, owners of Purdue Pharma.

Vatican takes on growing problem of addiction with 1st conference

Including video game addiction in plan of discussion

Canada legalized pot, but is spending millions to dissuade youth from using it

Almost a third of the country's teens have toked in the past three months

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