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  • Incidence of drug addiction growing in Mohmand

    GHALANAI: More and more people, especially youths, are becoming drug addicts in Haleemzai tehsil of Mohmand Agency due to the easy availability of narcotics in local bazaars, local residents insist...

    A resident of Haleemzai area told Dawn that influential people did drug business with the connivance of the relevant authorities...

  • PHC shows concern about growing drug addiction

    PESHAWAR: A Peshawar High Court bench on Wednesday expressed concern about the growing drug addiction in the country, especially the use of ice narcotic (crystal meth), and asked the federal and provincial governments to submit detailed reports about their steps to rehabilitate such addicts and control drug trafficking...

    During the hearing into a petition here, Justice Qaiser Rasheed and Justice Ishtiaq Ibrahim asked additional...

  • Story Times: Tips to kick digital addiction

    Though a new and continually growing worldwide pandemic, digital/technology addiction is still being studied to understand its affects and look for ways to handle it...

    This is not just unhealthy in physical terms but downright dangerous psychologically too! Digital addiction is as bad as any other addiction...

  • Treating addiction

    What ought to have been a ‘treatment centre’ for drug abuse was, in fact, an ‘abuse centre’ for drug treatment...

    One of many unregulated rehabilitation facilities cropping up in urban centres, hundreds of patients suffering from drug abuse and mental disorders find themselves coerced into such set-ups because their blighted families are lost for a direction...

  • Screen addiction

    But the truth is that I am genuinely concerned that screen addiction is leading to a decrease in the sense of wonder about the world around us...

  • Apple shareholders ask company to study iPhone addiction in children

    Two large shareholders have urged Apple to study whether iPhones are proving addictive for children and that intensive use of the smartphones may be bad for their mental health, Bloomberg News reported Monday...

    “There is a growing body of evidence that, for at least some of the most frequent young users, this may be having unintentional negative consequences” on their health, said Jana Partners LLC and California State Teachers'...
  • Saudi Arabia turns to nuclear power to curb oil addiction

    Saudi Arabia is fast-tracking an atomic energy programme to reduce its dependence on oil, but concerns over nuclear proliferation in the Middle East could put a damper on its ambitious plans...

    The atomic policy, which limits nuclear activities to peaceful purposes, was approved by the cabinet on Tuesday just days before powerful Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman visits Washington
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