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Could Prescription Amphetamines Be the Next Big Epidemic in America?

In the looming shadow of our current opioid epidemic in America, people are quick to forget that we had another pill-propelled epidemic back in the mid-1960s. Over five decades ago America stumbled into a nationwide amphetamine epidemic, and some suggest we are already on the verge of another and we don’t even notice. Can we . . . . Continue Reading

Big Pharma Opioid Makers Now Facing Lawsuit from Miami

Since early 2014, I have been writing about attempts by city and state officials all over the country to hold Big Pharma opioid makers accountable for their role in the opioid epidemic in America. In 2014 we talked about Chicago adding its name to the list of plaintiffs. By 2015 two counties in California were . . . . Continue Reading

Is Suing Opioid Makers for Contributing to Crisis Working?

The multi-billion dollar Big Pharma industry has been called into question before regarding the status of the opioid crisis in America. Whether it has been the issue of misleading campaigns to sell more pills, or price gouging the opioid overdose antidote Naloxone in the midst of the worst overdose outbreak in history. Opioid makers are . . . . Continue Reading

Party Drug Ketamine Shown to Instantly Cure Depression Symptoms

Antidepressants have long been prescribed for the treatment of depression and other psychological conditions such as anxiety, obsessive compulsive disorder and addiction. However, the downside to antidepressants is that they can take six to eight weeks before the user feels the full effect. What if there was a drug that could instantly take depression away? Turns . . . . Continue Reading

Should Apple Let OxyContin Company Collect Data from Your iPhone?

Technology seems to be surpassing itself every day, with new inventions and innovations breaking the mold every time you turn around. I bet if you look at your smartphones they are cluttered with apps and information you know very little about or even never get used. As far as we have come with developing new . . . . Continue Reading

Is This a Drug Take-Back Revolution?

These programs are more common in suburbs and small towns across the country, which are paid by local government agencies. There is even a National Drug Take-Back Day where thousands of DEA-coordinated collection sites were available across the country. Now the debate is who should pay for the programs? The city of San Francisco seems . . . . Continue Reading

Predicting the Power of Personalize Medicine in Recovery

For people with addiction, there are already so few effective drugs available to help in the recovery process, so this demographic takes the hit from failed medications especially hard. People with addiction tend to have even less of an effective experience with medication on a smaller average than most people, so how much good is . . . . Continue Reading

Pfizer Sued for Causing Addiction

It is not that out of the ordinary that Big Pharma is sued by people who suffer from side effects caused by their drugs. These kinds of cases you hear about all the time. You probably see a commercial for a drug, then weeks later see a commercial for a lawyer on a crusade against . . . . Continue Reading

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