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Editor's note: The work-hard, play-hard attitude common among college students can be hard for students recovering from substance use disorder. And it can mask the problem for students who may need help. The Carolina Recovery Program just finished a month of activities planned for Recovery Awareness Month designed to increase awareness and decrease the stigma associated with recovery from addiction. But Recovery resources and activities are available year-round. If you are questioning your use, please reach out to the Carolina Recover Program at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Editor's note: The work-hard, play-hard attitude common among college students can be hard for students recovering from substance use disorder. And it can mask the problem for students who may need help.
There can be a stigma around substance use disorder.
When you have a friend or family member in sustained recovery, sometimes it’s hard to know how to support them. What language should you use? What is the best way to support someone in recovery? How should you discuss your friend’s use with them?
The work-hard, play-hard attitude common among college students can be hard for students recovering from substance use disorder. And it can mask the problem for students who may need help.
The Supreme Court is hearing a case regarding President Barack Obama’s 2014 executive action on immigration reform, including Deferred Action for Parents of Americans, which would shield millions of undocumented immigrants and provide them with work authorization for three years.
Republican North Carolina Sen. Richard Burr — up for re-election this year — spoke out against Apple Inc., writing in an opinion editorial for USA Today that Apple should assist law enforcement's efforts to unlock an iPhone used by one of the San Bernardino shooters.
Though it won’t be on the ballot this March, the campaign for pickle president is underway.
Thousands joined together to advocate for the expansion of voter rights in North Carolina at the 10th annual Moral March on Saturday.
When North Carolina voters head to the polls March 15, the presidency is not the only election in mind — Democrats will choose between four candidates to face Sen. Richard Burr in the U.S. Senate race.
As per usual, the world of politics has provided us with everything needed for an action-packed soap opera: fights, accusations, he-said/she-said, deactivation of social media and much more. Seriously, has anyone looked into a political soap opera? Keeping up with the Kandidates, anyone?
President Barack Obama released a statement Saturday siding with parents concerned about their children being over-tested — and outlining guidelines for the U.S. Department of Education to help school districts nationwide overhaul what students are tested on and how often they're tested.
Here is the live coverage of the Republican debate.
Since the first N.C. State Fair in 1853, the fairgrounds have seen many people, food and vendors come and go — and at the fair’s end on Sunday, there’s a possibility that attendance breached one million.
Joaquin is coming to North Carolina. This time without a female phone personality.
The Affordable Care Act's birth control mandate might be taken up by the U.S. Supreme Court following contradictory rulings in several circuit courts nationwide.
Roy Cooper, now N.C. Attorney General, takes an early lead over Gov. Pat McCrory in polling for the next gubernatorial election.
Heeding the call of competitors, Verizon Wireless eliminated two-year contracts from its business model — ending years of subsidized cellphone plans.