Drinking Habits Survey

This project is a unique survey of over 1,000 drinkers, and unlike any academic survey, looks at how minivan ownership ties in with one's drinking habits.

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12 Step Faceoff

This project presents an analysis of 71,939 NA and AA meetings across the United States to visualize how twelve step meetings vary across the country.

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Average Faces of Drug Abuse

These images are the result of averaging 100 DUI, Meth, and Marijuana mugshots together using computer software.

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America’s Private Prison Dilemma

This flipbook describes the current state of the private prison industry in the U.S. and how the profits of private prisons are shaping policy.

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To Catch a Cheater

This project takes an adulterous leap into the world of OKCupid to expose sex addiction. Included in this report is our mark Claudio who falls victim to our trap.

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Visualizing Killer Doses

Dose information is not a recommendation. These numbers may vary depending on individual tolerances. If you need help recovering from […]

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Chances of Going to Prison

Untangling America’s federal justice system can be a daunting task. No one knows how many federal laws are currently on […]

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Reverse Photoshopping: Superheroes

What would it look like if Superman had the body of an average person? With the average American gaining weight, superheroes tend to have a physique that is far from common. Take a look at what some of the most famous superheroes would look like if they had an average viewer's body.

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From Hopeless to Hopeful

In 2013, 22.7 million individuals were locked in a pattern of substance abuse in the United States. Despite the perception […]

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Socially Supported

Research shows that being part of a supportive peer group helps with recovery. These groups promote a sense of belonging […]

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Diet & Nutrition in Recovery

For former substance users, the road to recovery is long and winding. Amidst an array of challenges – both mental […]

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Searching for Sobriety

How important are online support groups for recovery? We analyzed more than 350,000 comments on Reddit to see how this online forum is used to help people with sobriety.

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The Best States for NA and AA Members

Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous are perhaps the best-known community support groups for those seeking recovery. This project maps the best and worst states for AA and NA members based on availability of support groups.

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Sober High

Recovery high schools are designed for students seeking treatment for substance use disorders, but how do these programs differ from other treatment options and are they effective? Read on to discover how these alternative treatment programs are paving new paths toward recovery.

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Socially #Sober

In the age of social media, recovery support communities have begun to flourish online. We examined over 79,000 Instagram posts in the U.S. containing hashtags related to recovery and staying sober, and mapped their locations to see which states and cities are discussing sobriety the most.

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Substance Abuse and Addiction-Related Word Associations

What does the history of language usage tell us about how the conversation around addiction and substance abuse has changed over time? This research explores how topics of drug addiction and alcoholism have been the subject of major fluctuations in both cultural attitudes and scientific knowledge.

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One Community’s Fight to r/StopDrinking

Meet r/StopDrinking: an online support group on the popular social website Reddit, where users can congregate to share stories of successes and failures in their struggles to quit drinking.

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Portrait of Addiction

A comparison between demographic factors of addicts and non-addicts shows a mix of predictable and possibly surprising results.

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Before and After Recovery – Before and After Drugs Pictures

What lies down the road once a person is in recovery? This project features interviews and before and after photos of numerous recovering addicts. Recovery is indeed possible.

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