Impact of Tobacco Use on Pet Health

Research shows just how dangerous second and third hand smoke is to the people around smokers, but what about the animals who live with us?  

Vapes and Recreational Drugs: A Deadly Combination

Electronic cigarettes may not only be more dangerous than we realize, they are also banned in some cases.

Big Tobacco Targets Military Because "Military is Less Educated, Part of 'Wrong Crowd' and Have Limited Job Prospects"

Have you ever wondered why tobacco has been such a big part of military culture? One of the reasons is that the military has been a vital market for the tobacco industry.

Psychedelics for Breakfast: The Rise of Micro-dosing

Most people want to reduce anxiety, improve concentration and problem solving, and be more creative. Some people have turned to micro-dosing Lysergic Acid Diethylamide (LSD). Yet there are a lot of reasons that taking LSD should not be the answer.

Winners of the 2017 SAAPM Poster Contest Announced

Congratulations to the winners of the third annual Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month (SAAPM) Poster Contest.

Are you Living on Autopilot? Three Easy Steps to Experiencing More Good in Your Daily Life

Learn how to relieve stress and improve resiliency by practicing mindfulness.

Deep Breaths: Learn How to Air Out Your Stress

Feeling stressed or like your life is out of control? Tackle it by doing something you do have power over: breathing.

5 Surprising Ways Tobacco Affects Your Body

You know that smoking and tobacco can affect your health. We’ve published articles on how it can affect your performance as a Marine, your stress, and even your pets. But did you know that tobacco and smoking can have even greater effects on your body and appearance?

Fentanyl: The Little Devil

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), fentanyl is up to 100 times more potent than morphine. Learn more about this drug and how to prevent its abuse.

Marine Corps Sexual Assault Response Coordinator Wins 2018 DOD Award

SARCs play a critical role in our battle against sexual assault: they empower and assist victims, communicate and coordinate with commanders and unit leaders, train and oversee our uniformed and civilian victim advocates, and educate Marines about sexual assault. Their job does not end at close of business

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