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What Are the Side-Effects of Suboxone?

Author: Justin Mckibben With such a high rate of opioid abuse across the country, concerning both prescription medications and illicit narcotics, the demand for access to treatment has become paramount to addressing the opioid epidemic. One form of treatment for addiction is based around maintenance medications, using a strategy consistent with the concept of harm . . . . Continue Reading

Should Pill Mill Doctors Be Convicted of Murder?

This week begins the trial of Dr. Hsiu-Ying “Lisa” Tseng, an alleged ‘pill mill’ operator who had quickly earned a reputation for being quite liberal with powerful prescription medications, and is now being pursued for the overdose deaths of several patients. Dr. Hsiu-Ying Tseng allegedly prescribed one young man more than 200 pills, including nearly a hundred 30-milligram . . . . Continue Reading

Medical Task Force Teaming Up to Battle Opiate Epidemic

With the country finding itself in a state of consistent crisis in regards to the mounting drug problem, especially concerning the overdose outbreak and the opiate epidemic, there has been a lot of revolutionary ideas and concepts brought to the table to try and revitalize the efforts to curb addiction in America. Reforming the strategy . . . . Continue Reading

Heroin for Heroin Addicts?

Drug addiction treatment that’s one-size-fits-all doesn’t help everyone who’s struggling. Obviously, there are some who fall outside the current standard of treatment for substance use disorders. As it stands, standard treatments for heroin drug addiction include detoxification, abstinence programs, and methadone maintenance. However, there is a subgroup of people that do not benefit from these . . . . Continue Reading

Parks and Rec Producer Harris Wittels Dies of Suspected Overdose

The media is no stranger to stories of celebrities battling with substance abuse, nor is it a stranger to tragic stories of talented and creative individuals in the entertainment world dying due to the devastation of drug addiction or afflictions associated with the persons drug abuse like Robin Williams and his battle with depression.  Now . . . . 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

Ohio Opiate Addiction Equal to Alcoholism

Have I ever mentioned I’m a Buckeye? Well just in case, yes, I am a Columbus, Ohio kid. So when people talk about the heart of the mid-west I just assume they mean my home state. So when they say that the rate of addiction to painkillers in Ohio has skyrocketed in recent years and . . . . 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

Prescription Painkillers: Public Enemy Number 1 for Overdose

  You might ask why I say prescription painkillers are Public Enemy Number 1, but the answer may be a little more than you expected. If you really need a reason, let’s just say that according to recent research, opioid overdoses are a leading cause of death in the United States! By that count, over . . . . Continue Reading

Hallucinogens and Opiate Addiction Treatment

What are Hallucinogens? Hallucinogens are a class of drug – hallucinogenics – that are compounds found in some plants and mushrooms and that have been used for centuries, mostly for the purpose of religious rituals. Almost all hallucinogens contain nitrogen and are classified as alkaloids. Many hallucinogens have chemical structures similar to those of natural . . . . Continue Reading

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