Drug Rehab continues to Demonstrate our Inability to Master Our Own bodies when they become Dependent

There have been a number of celevrities in the news lately with drug incidents and issues(I could have probably made that last statement on any given week of the last 30 or 40 years). Sylvester Stallone, Britney Spears, and Anna Nicole Smith all made headlines in incidents involving drugs or Drug rehab.

The truth of the matter is that many governments, countries, communities, and healthcare institutions have not figured out a good way to deliver drug rehabilitation.  In the United States part of the problem relates in part to an unrealistic approach to dealing with drugs.  Many drugs that are less physically dangerous to the human body are touted as more evil than some drugs that are far more dangerous to the body such as cigarettes and alcohol.

This serves to reduce the credibility of the authority figures that are trying to help people overcome these problems.  I think however that there is probably something that's been missed or overlooked.  I'm no biologist but I suspect that there is a better way that technology could be implemented to help people overcome problems of this nature.  This is a bit off topic but I strode out there from the perspective that I think somebody could probably do a better area and coming up with a technological solution or supplement that could help people overcome their issues with drugs and alcohol.

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