Prescription Drug Abuse Rehab for Women

Prescription Drug Abuse Rehab for Women

 Understanding drug abuse and rehab for women Did you know women are more likely to abuse prescription drugs than men, and they are more vulnerable to addiction? Concerning women, drug and alcohol abuse are both gender specific in how they affect the...
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11/15 2016
Hydrocodone Abuse Signs, Symptoms and Treatment

Hydrocodone Abuse Signs, Symptoms and Treatment

Spotting Hydrocodone Abuse Signs and Symptoms and Going About Treatment Hydrocodone is a prescription medication that just happens to be one of the most addictive substance on the market today. Due to its popularity and ease of availability through legally prescribed channels,...
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11/11 2016
Long Term Effects of Xanax Abuse and Addiction

Long Term Effects of Xanax Abuse and Addiction

Physical and psychological effects of  Xanax abuse and long-term addiction Xanax abuse can cause devastating physical and psychological effects that persist for months and even years after recovery.  Xanax is one of the most prescribed medications in the US, used to treat...
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10/31 2016
Top 10 Most Commonly Abused Prescription Medications

Top 10 Most Commonly Abused Prescription Medications

The most commonly abused prescription medications today Prescription drug abuse is steadily rising in the United States and around the world. More than half of the deaths from drug overdoses in the United States are now caused by prescription drug abuse, outstripping deaths caused...
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10/28 2016
How Long Does Codeine Withdrawal Last?

How Long Does Codeine Withdrawal Last?

Answers to Frequently Asked Question: How Long Does Codeine Withdrawal Last? Codeine is a versatile substance that is marketed as both a single-ingredient drug and in combination with other chemicals. The diversity of formulations and perceived safety makes codeine one of the most popular...
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10/27 2016
Top 10 Abused Prescription Drugs

Top 10 Abused Prescription Drugs

Top 10 Abused Prescription Drugs The National Institute of Drug Abuse statistics report that the U.S. has 5.1 million people abusing painkillers, 2.2 million people taking tranquilizers illegitimately and 1.1 million people taking stimulants needlessly. In addition, approximately 100 people die daily...
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06/29 2015