A medical kiosk designed to provide tele-med services, check-in services, and/or prescription services for a user.
Before AA hijacked the term, "sober" simply meant not being currently intoxicated.
Now, sober is a state of being—one you can only achieve through total, lifelong abstinence if you According to AA and the recovery movement, no former alcoholic can drink moderately.
Being positively engaged with life encourages better coping skills and natural recovery. The author of one of these studies, Gene Heyman, found that "being married, having a college degree, fearing arrest, facing high drug prices, and developing drug-related health concerns made heavy cocaine, marijuana, and alcohol users more apt to quit or substantially cut back." Aren’t these the obvious reasons that people would quit or cut back on their addictions?
Obvious, that is, unless you're convinced of AA’s disease model of alcoholism (or its modern neuro-scientific equivalent, the “chronic brain disease” theory of addiction).
A crude but effective online service that lets users deploy keystroke logging malware and then view the stolen data remotely was hacked recently.