Behavioral Signs of Heroin Addiction

Behavioral Signs of Heroin Addiction

Addiction to heroin and other opioids is a growing problem in America.  Some estimate there are five-hundred-thousand people addicted to heroin.  This number is up seventy-five percent from five years ago.  With these numbers continually growing, chances are good you or someone you know might already have an addiction to this deadly drug.  Listed here are some behavioral signs of …Read More

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Carfentanil: What You Need To Know

                Fentanyl has been the culprit behind many overdose deaths. The clear and undetectable substance has a potency of up to 100 times that of morphine. Cut into heroin with other opioid properties and potentially other drugs like cocaine, it creates a deadly combination. Unfortunately, it isn’t the deadliest. On and off, a …Read More

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Opana No Less Dangerous Than Other Opioid Painkillers, According To FDA

The Opiod Epidemic When the opioid epidemic started reaching a noticeable climax in 2011, pharmaceutical companies started scrambling to create opioid painkillers which had a lesser risk of abuse. Opana was one of the drugs created in 2012 which had a different chemical design. Pills were being reported as being abused through snorting and smoking because they could be easily …Read More