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Every day, over one hundred Americans lose their lives to the opioid epidemic. This crisis is fueled by heroin, prescription opioid painkillers, and synthetic opioids, like fentanyl.

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The Opioid Epidemic In The United States

America is currently facing one of the largest drug crises in our history. Our nation’s opioid epidemic has become so severe that in fall of 2017, President Trump declared it a national public health emergency. Drug overdose deaths are now the leading cause of unintentional death in America. Time magazine reports that “In 2016 alone, […]

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What Is The Difference Between Oxycodone And Hydrocodone?

Both oxycodone and hydrocodone are powerful prescription painkillers. These semi-synthetic opioid medications are used to treat both short-and long-term pain that results from various conditions, such as cancer, chronic cough, surgery, arthritis, and more. Oxycodone (OxyContin) and hydrocodone (Vicodin) are very similar in chemical form and function. Because of this, there are very few differences […]

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5 Signs Of Vicodin Abuse

Prescription drug abuse is an increasing problem in the U.S. and can affect all age groups, though it is more common in younger people (18 to 36 years old.) Early identification of Vicodin (hydrocodone) abuse and early intervention can prevent the problem from turning into an addiction. Abuse of drugs can happen without a person […]

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The Dangers Of Mixing Xanax And Adderall

Xanax and Adderall are widely-prescribed medications. When used as prescribed, these drugs can help control several debilitating disorders. The dangers of mixing Xanax and Adderall can be extremely serious, or even fatal. The Dangers Of Mixing Xanax And Adderall Xanax and Adderall both work by altering the functions of the brain and central nervous system, […]

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5 Signs Of Heroin Withdrawal

What Is Heroin Withdrawal? Heroin withdrawal is the period of sickness and discomfort that occurs when a person suffering from heroin dependence abruptly stops using the drug. The prolonged use of heroin is likely to cause tolerance and dependence. Tolerance means a person will need to take more and more heroin to achieve the desired […]

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The Dangers Of Binge Drinking

In 2015, approximately 27 percent of people aged 18 and older reported binge drinking in the past month. The “Dietary Guidelines for Americans 2015-2020” by the U.S. Department of Health and Human services and Department of Agriculture, defines moderate drinking to be up to two drinks per day for men and one drink per day […]

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