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The Truth of Suboxone Abuse

Suboxone: What is it? Suboxone is a drug commonly used to assist opiate addicts with weaning themselves off of other substances, and is a powerful combination of Buprenorphine and Naloxone, both created to combat serious effects of opioid addiction. Buprenorphine– a synthetic opiate created to prevent withdrawal symptoms that come from ceasing use of heroin or other opioids . . . . Continue Reading


Opiate Addiction Rehab

For anyone who is struggling with a serious problem with prescription opiates, an opiate addiction rehab can be the thing that changes your life, and can even save your life. Too many people get dependent on opiates, and too many addicts never get the help they need. The fear of experiencing withdrawal, or even having to . . . . Continue Reading


Suburban White Women now Leading Heroin Users

50 years ago researchers avidly stood by the statistic that the average first-time heroin user was a 16-year-old male of color. However today the drug culture has changed a great deal, and that average first-time heroin user is actually much more likely to be a 23-year-old white woman. This may seem strange to some, but . . . . Continue Reading


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