Do you or your loved one have a problem with alcoholism? Proper treatment of addiction can help. More on how and where to find help for alcohol rehab here.
Depade is a non-addictive medication and does not produce euphoric effects. So, NO. You can't get high on Depade. But, do you want to know more about this medication? Read more here.
Emotional abuse can leave deep and long-lasting scars in person's life. But can we see them? Do we really understand the meaning of emotional abuse? Dr. Gregory Jantz's new book can help you answer these questions... and better cope with emotional abuse. More on why you should check it out here.
See how methadone works in the brain and why people abuse it. Learn about chronic abuse, long-term effect and fatal risks. More in this infographic.
First, you have to admit you have a problem. Then, how can you process and be honest about how your life has spun out of control? Taking A.A.’s Step 1. More explained here.
How are unmarked energy drinks changing the way teens consume caffeine? Here, we explore how the new drinks industry is targeting our youngest consumers in a bid to create a new lifelong habit.
Each day, almost 7,000 people are treated in emergency departments for using prescription drugs in manner other than as directed. 44 of them will die. Here, we review the film that helps bring us deeper into this very important issue. Read more here.
Intensive outpatient drug or alcohol programs use evidence-based therapies like counseling, education, and group therapy in treating addiction. How different are outpatient clinics from inpatient addiction centers? We review here.
What are the main effects of Ambien on the body and brain? A thorough review of common side effects of Ambien here, with a section for your questions at the end.
"Please pass me the peace weed and take some heed. Throw away all that mixed up speed." Read more of Jimi Hendrix's words about drug use, said or sung...here.
Depression, diarrhea, vomiting are just a few symptoms that can occur during hydrocodone withdrawal. Although acute withdrawal usually resolves in 7-10 days, protracted symptoms can last for weeks. More here on getting help to ease withdrawal symptoms here.