White Coat Black Art26:30Sports Betting Addiction
These days it’s hard to avoid sports betting ads, with Wayne Gretzky and Auston Matthews coming through your TV screen, or billboards and bus ads rushing by you on the commute.
That has addiction experts concerned that newly-loosened sports betting laws and the accompanying ads could create challenges for current problem gamblers, and create new problem gamblers from a young age.
Noah Vineberg, 48, says it certainly hasn’t been easy for him. He calls himself a compulsive gambler in recovery, now celebrating four years of abstinence. And he says he’s thankful he didn’t have to deal with the influx
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