Yes. You can die from taking Valium. Valium is a nervous system depressant. Taking too much Valium can result in overdose or death. Plus, driving or operating machines on Valium can lead to serious accidents. More on Valium dangers and treatment here.
Yes. You can get high on oxycodone. More on the adverse effects of oxycodone and risks of oxycodone addiction here.
Is snorting Vicodin effective? Or should you take Vicodin orally? Can snorting Vicodin get you high? We review the dangers of taking Vicodin nasally and more on snorting Vicodin effects here.
When does looking at porn cross the line from recreation to compulsion? More on porn addiction as a real problem, and what you can do about it.
Psychiatrists may drug test prior to providing a diagnosis and treatment plan for a patient. But there is no single standard. In fact, drug testing during psychiatric treatment may be mandated by a court or is based on personal doctor choice. More on psychiatrists and drug tests here.
Ambien stays in your system and is detected by urine sceens 1-2 days after use. But Ambien can be detected in hair samples weeks after ingestion. More on the detection window for Ambien here.
Can snorting Ultram get you high? Is snorting Ultram effective vs taking Ultram orally? What dangers are present and can they be avoided? More on snorting Ultram effects here.
Maybe. It is possible to die from taking Spice. But Spice is a relatively new drug which is poorly understood. More on the adverse effects and systems affected by Spice here.
YES. And NO. Lorazepam can get you high when you take higher doses than prescribed. But most people do not get high on lorazepam when taken as prescribed. More on this habit-forming drug here, including lorazepam effects on the central nervous system and adverse side effects.
What's the legal status of OxyContin in the U.S.? More on OxyContin here, including OxyContin addictive potential, medical uses, and legal classification.
Crack can stay in your system for days to weeks after use. Chronic crack cocaine use can result in detectable levels in your system for weeks in urine, sweat, and saliva samples. More about crack’s detection time here.