Why Addiction Doesn’t Care What Drug Is Used

Addiction does not discriminate against race, ethnicity, socioeconomic status, career, education, nor gender. Just as addiction does not...

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How to Spot a Functional Alcoholic

Functional alcoholics are users addicted to alcohol who are able to fulfill other obligations in life such as jobs or family relationships....

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The Difference Between an Illegal and a Controlled Substance

The Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) classifies drugs into five schedules (or groups) that reflect each drug’s potential for abuse and its...

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What Makes Zohydro Dangerous?

After being approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in 2013, the powerful new painkiller Zohydro made its market debut in March...

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What Is the Difference Between Organic and Synthetic Drugs?

Many people think that organic drugs are safer than synthetic drugs, but, when abused, both drugs can be dangerous. Therefore, users must...

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Can Substance Abuse Cause Delusions?

There are thousands of substances throughout the country that Americans can (and do) find access to. Each day, more and more people begin...

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How Do I Know I’m Dependent on my Anxiety Meds?

Most prescribed medications hold a slight risk for addiction.  Addiction can occur even if the user is taking the medication exactly as...

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Digestive Issues and Drug Abuse

Many problems contribute to drug abuse, but some of these issues do not get as much attention as they need for people to take proper...

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Campral (Acamprosate) and Alcohol Addiction Recovery

Alcohol addiction treatment varies from person to person, but some people benefit from certain classes of pharmaceutical drugs. Campral...

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Dangers of Combining Alcohol and Energy Drinks

Whether you are mixing energy drinks and alcohol in a cocktail or drinking the two drinks separately, this combination may only provide...

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