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What You Need to Know About Flakka a Newer Version of Bath Salts

Flakka has been in the news since 2014 when reports of a new form of bath salts that give extreme highs started going around. Flakka is also known as zombie drug, … Continue reading

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Clonidine for Anxiety, Everything You Need To Know

There are approximately 40,000,000 people in the United States who have some sort of anxiety disorder. Some of these people never get treatment for their addiction. However, there are some others … Continue reading

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ObamaCare Has Increased Addiction Treatment

Politics keeps interfering with substance abuse policy, including addiction treatment, but progress is being made. The question is if it will continue. The 2008 Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act … Continue reading

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LSD Detection: How Long Does LSD/Acid (Lysergic acid diethylamide) Stay in Your System?

Lysergic acid diethylamide, more commonly known as LSD or acid, is one of the drugs used for its hallucinogenic effects. Statistics from the National Survey on Drug Use and Health in … Continue reading

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‘Beautiful Boy’ Has a Dual Diagnosis Problem

Films based on true events, whether personal stories or great historical moments, are nevertheless often factually challenged. Such films—A Beautiful Mind, Hidden Figures, Argo, Lincoln—tend to embroider the facts for … Continue reading

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Top 10 Reasons Why People Smoke Weed (Marijuana)

As of this date, there are already numerous states in the US which legalized the use of marijuana. Those who approved its medicinal use argue that legalizing cannabis is the … Continue reading

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Buspar: Your Not So Innocent Anti-Anxiety Med

People suffering from anxiety are sometimes given the anti-anxiety medication Buspar or buspirone. Many consider it to be a low risk for addiction and it is believed to be very effective. … Continue reading

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