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Alternative Treatments for Substance Use Disorder

Science fiction has long looked ahead to theoretical future uses and misuses of science, including for countering the effects on the brain of mental illness and drug addiction. In 1955, … Continue reading

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Main Differences Between Fentanyl and Oxycodone

Fentanyl and oxycodone are both opioid medications. Some of the other opioids include codeine, morphine, heroin, and others as well. The natural opioids are derivatives from a poppy plant. The synthetic … Continue reading

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Drug Relapse Overdose Kills Columbine Survivor

Twenty years after the Columbine school shootings, the tragedy has taken another life. Austin Eubanks, 37, died of an opioid overdose last week. Eubanks was in recovery from injuries suffered … Continue reading

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Adderall IR and XR: What’s the Difference?

Adderall the brand name for the drug combination of amphetamine and dextroamphetamine, a stimulant medication commonly prescribed to treat attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). It is also sometimes used to … Continue reading

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Dangers of the World’s 8 Most Addictive Substances

Addictive substances are everywhere, from the ingredients in the foods and drinks we consume, to other products we use on our bodies or breathe in daily. Here is a list … Continue reading

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Dab: What Is It and How Are People Abusing It?

Dabbing is becoming more popular all over the country. This is mostly because people are choosing it as a different method of using marijuana. It has become especially popular in … Continue reading

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Length of Time Cocaine Stays in System When Mixed with Other Drugs or Alcohol

In the majority of cases, cocaine won’t stay in someone’s system for too long. This is especially true if cocaine is the only drug the user has taken. A drug’s … Continue reading

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