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Vaportini Causing Concerns With Medical Professionals

Alcohol has become a huge part of our society. Some people consume it every day, some just at parties and social gatherings. Some of us have started drinking alcohol so much that our bodies have started to form a dependency … Continue reading

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Marijuana May Really Be A Gateway Drug

While anti-drug activists have been saying for years that marijuana is one of America’s most dangerous gateway drugs, the arguments of those who disagree have floated around for decades. It appears now that, according to a study conducted by the … Continue reading

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Rise In Babies Born With Opiate Addiction

America’s recent upswing in opiate addiction has produced a number of unfortunate byproduct circumstances. None of these are more devastating than a massive rise in babies born with opiate addiction seen across the United States. Recent Opiate Abuse Resurgence The … Continue reading

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Opana Abuse In USA Overtakes Oxycontin

On June 2nd 2012, the 11th pharmacy robbery for the year in Fort Wayne, Indiana occurred. This is an unusual high number for a city of only 250,000 people, and in each case the robbers asked specifically for the drug … Continue reading

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Prescription Painkillers Emerging As Leading Threat Among Drugs

It appears our war on drugs strategy may need a makeover. Why? Because the issues at hand have changed. We are no longer simply battling the issue of street drugs—in fact, street drugs seem easy compared to the new target: … Continue reading

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The Harsh Reality Of Drug Use Increases As Jobs Decrease

Drug abuse across the nation is a widely spreading epidemic, the effects of which are seen in every aspect of our society. With the advent of new and unconventional synthetic drugs available to all-ages, and prescription drug abuse on the … Continue reading

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One In Eight Teens Misuse Prescriptions

The findings of two national surveys published in the Archives of Pediatrics & Adolescent Medicine (released in May, 2012) show that currently in the United States, a shocking 1 in 8 teenagers has used a powerful painkiller drug without a … Continue reading

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Elderly Are Unsuspecting Victims of Drug Abuse

While someone’s grandma who is over 60 years old is sitting there drinking her glass of wine, taking medication for blood pressure, anxiety, depression and sleep problems, no one in the room suspects her of addiction whatsoever. The minds of … Continue reading

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All About Opiate Addiction

Accounting for one-fifth of all drug treatment admissions in the United States opiate drugs are some of the most widely abused drugs in existence. An opiate addiction will cause a person to do things that are generally unheard of in … Continue reading

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What Is The Most Dangerous Addiction

Many believe the most dangerous addictions are gambling addiction, sex addiction, pornography or even video games. However the addiction that accounts for the most deaths, Emergency Room visits, legal and financial troubles and familial upset is drug addiction. According to … Continue reading

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