Concerta Overdose

Concerta Overdose Dangers

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Concerta Symptoms And Warning Signs Concerta overdose symptoms must be taken seriously. Call for help right away if you or a loved one has overdosed on Concerta. Concerta is a stimulant drug that is helpful for people that have ADHD or narcolepsy.…
Xanax Withdrawal

Xanax Withdrawal

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Xanax is the brand name for alprazolam from the benzo group of drugs. It is used mostly for treating anxiety and panic disorder. Xanax is extremely habit-forming and can lead to physical dependence when used for longer than a few weeks. Many…
Is it Bad to Drink Every Day?

Is it Bad to Drink Every Day?

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Alcohol consumption is common throughout America and the world, and many folks drink multiple times a week. People don't just drink to relax, though, and it's not uncommon for people to simply have a beer or glass of wine with dinner. It's widely…
Fentanyl Test Strips Study

Fentanyl Test Strips Found to be Effective at Preventing Drug Overdose

Fentanyl is responsible for more drug overdoses than any other substance and has contributed to nearly 30,000 deaths in 2017. New evidence reveals that fentanyl drug test strips can be useful at preventing fatal overdoses by detecting whether…
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Prescription Drug Abuse among Older Adults: A Hidden Epidemic

When it comes to prescription drug abuse, older adults are often overlooked. Society tends to focus more on teens and young adults in terms of preventing, recognizing, and treating addiction; however, prescription drug abuse among the older…
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Americans Spent Nearly $150 Billion on Illegal Drugs in 2016, Study Says

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According to a recent RAND Corporation study, Americans spent nearly $150 billion on illegal drugs and narcotics of all types in 2016. It is believed a similar amount of money was also spent each year from 2015, back to 2006, where the data…
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New Study Illuminates Big Pharma’s Role in Perpetuating the Opioid Crisis

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For the first time, the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) has a database tracking the path of all pills sold, nationwide, between manufacturers and distributors to pharmacies. According to data The Washington Post, between 2006 and 2012,…