Category : Opiods

Harmful Effects of Opioids and What You Can Do To Stop Them

In the past few decades, drug abuse has been on the rise, with more overdoses and deaths than history has seen. One particular drug category, opioids, has become one of the worst drug crises in American history. In 2015, it was reported that the number of deaths caused by this drug family was equivalent to… read more


Drug Overdoses: The Human Addiction Tsunami

In 2016, more than 63 thousand individuals died in the United States from drug-related overdosing. This makes 2016 the deadliest year of the persistent drug overdose epidemic, in accordance with a report by the NCHS (National Center of Health Statistics), which is a subset of the CDC (Center for Disease Control and Prevention). Many of… read more


Opioid Abuse Treatment Options That Can Save You or Kill You

How is Opioid Abuse on the Rise? Both doctors and large pharmaceutical companies make it possible for Americans to become exposed to and start depending on opioids. One Paper Started It All However, there is one particular paper written around the 1980’s that paved the way for pharmaceuticals to abuse their power regarding the marketing… read more


The Opioid Crisis is Now a Public Health Emergency

President Donald Trump made an announcement at the end of October to the Department of Health and Human Services. This directive was aimed to declare the opioid crisis in the United States a public health emergency. This is a long-anticipated action that addresses the profound, escalating nationwide drug use epidemic. This vow is set to… read more


What are opioids?

Opiates Vs Opioids First off let’s define Opiates vs Opioids. Opiates are drugs derived from the opium plant. In earlier years opioids stricly meant synthetic opiates. These were created in a lab, thus the term synthetic. They were designed to behave like opium, but on a base level they are different.  Today however, the term… read more


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Mar 4, 2018
Drug Addiction may NOT BE a Choice as Once Believed

Drug addiction being a disease or not continues to be an ongoing discussion amidst the epidemic sweeping the nation.  While some believe that drug addiction is a choice, studies and statements from leading medical institutions are proving otherwise and it’s reshaping our perspective on drug addiction as a whole. The National Institute on Drug Abuse… read more

Mar 4, 2018
Drug Addiction may not be a Disease as Once Thought

Is Drug Addiction a Disease or Choice? A recently trending and controversial topic of discussion has recently emerged and it’s the debate on the issue of “drug addiction not being a disease“.  Opioid addiction and other drug related epidemics have been a growing concern to the FDA and medical professionals worldwide and because of this… read more

Feb 27, 2018
Gabapentin Addiction in the US – Everything you need to know

Why Gabapentin is becoming an addiction? Gabapentin, also known by its street name “Johnny’s”, is a prescription medication prescribed by doctors in a few different forms including capsules, tablets, and oral-based solution.  If Gabapentin is a medication that you haven’t heard of you’ll more than likely learn about it relatively soon in the news in… read more

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