'Psychology Today' piece inspired by documentary BREAKING POINTS

Excerpt from Psychology Today article, May 11, 2016, which mentions BREAKING POINTS, produced and directed by Tucker Capps: 

Is Your Son or Daughter Being Tutored by Amphetamines?

It's ten o'clock and your kids are studying—are they on amphetamines?

"Does your high school student study late into the night so he or she can get stellar grades?  Is he or she studying history, math and chemistry past your bedtime hour?

Before you give yourself a pat on the back for instilling grit into your child, you’d be smart to check out whether he or she is one of the increasing number of high school students fueling themselves withamphetamines such as Adderall. In many cases, students end up in drug treatment centers with an addiction rather than in their school of choice." [...]

These are some of the grim facts that served as an impetus for drugfree.org to produce the short film documentary, Breaking Points http://www.drugfree.org/breakingpoints/. . . 

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'Time Magazine' article about Showtime's TIME OF DEATH

Excerpt from November 4, 2013, article about Showtime's TIME OF DEATH, for which Tucker Capps was a story producer:  

Showtime Shocks With Ordinary Death: The cable network's documentary 'Time of Death' boldly goes where, someday, we all will

"It is not a spoiler to say that Maria Lencioni dies at the end of Showtime's Time of Death. It's the first thing we learn about her. A strong-willed, sarcastic 48-year-old single mom in Soquel, Calif., Maria has terminal breast cancer and scant months left. Her dying is tragic, terrifying and heartbreaking. But it's also simply hard friggin' work.

Maria's bucket list is not about skydiving or travel. She has exhausting treatments. She has bills. She has an estranged ex-husband to deal with. She has two teenagers whom she's trying to set up in the legal custody of their older half..."