CDC Reports U.S. Overdoses Reach New High
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CDC Reports U.S. Overdoses Reach New High The CDC recently published its most current provisional data regarding total U.S. drug overdoses for the 12 months between May 2022 and April 2023. According to the new data, 112,024 people across the U.S. died from drug overdoses in that period, compared to 110,394 deaths in the May 2021 to April 2022 period. Read More ..read more
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What Is the Opioid Vaccine?
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23h ago
What Is the Opioid Vaccine? The term “opioid vaccine” has been in widespread use since at least 2019. However, many still do not understand what the medicine is or if it’s really a “vaccine” as one traditionally thinks of such types of medicine. Opioids are not infectious diseases, so how can one be vaccinated against them? Is the opioid vaccine the solution to opioid addiction? Or is it just another replacement medication? Read More ..read more
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How Inhalants Can Kill, Even the Very First Time They Are Used
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2w ago
How Inhalants Can Kill, Even the Very First Time They Are Used The article explains the lethal risks associated with inhalant abuse, especially prevalent among young people due to the accessibility of these common household items. Felt tip pens, markers, nail polish remover, paint—any of these substances and hundreds more can intoxicate or kill. Statistics reveal the alarming incidence of inhalant abuse among students and how and why their abuse can lead to sudden death. Read More ..read more
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Why Are So Many People Mixing Opioids and Stimulants?
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3w ago
Why Are So Many People Mixing Opioids and Stimulants? This article explores the growing trend of combining opioids and stimulants, known as speedballing, among drug users. Learn the reasons behind this practice, including the desire to offset the negative effects of each drug or to achieve a specific high considered desirable. The outcome can be addiction, physical harm or death. Read More ..read more
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What Is the Scope of Fentanyl Use Today?
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3w ago
What Is the Scope of Fentanyl Use Today? Fentanyl, the powerful synthetic opioid that is similar to morphine but is anywhere from 50–100 times more potent, has become the leading cause of drug overdose fatalities in the United States. Its widespread use is extremely grim because even as some people who struggle with addiction try to avoid the drug, dealers increasingly add fentanyl to their drug supplies to make each batch more potent, addictive, and dangerous. Read More ..read more
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The International Curse That Is Captagon
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3w ago
The International Curse That Is Captagon The article traces Captagon’s transition from a prescription stimulant to an addictive drug addicting many in the Middle East. It further highlights historical parallels with wartime stimulant use and concludes by warning of the possibility of the drug’s spread across Europe. Read More ..read more
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New Research Data Shows Cannabis and Hallucinogen Usage Rates Continue to Rise Among Adults
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3w ago
New Research Data Shows Cannabis and Hallucinogen Usage Rates Continue to Rise Among Adults While it’s common for certain drug use trends to come in and out of popularity, the trend of cannabis and hallucinogen use has been quite concerning in that usage of these drugs has steadily risen, uninterrupted, for several years. Further, interest in these drugs and experimentation with them has escalated among young adults ages 19 to 30 and middle-aged adults ages 35 to 50... Read More ..read more
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Update on America’s Current Illicit Drug Market: Many New Drugs, Higher Quantities
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3w ago
Update on America’s Current Illicit Drug Market: Many New Drugs, Higher Quantities The article provides an updated look at the U.S. illicit drug market, highlighting emerging trends and a very concerning surge in quantities of the deadly drug fentanyl. It also emphasizes the need for public awareness and advocates for a dual approach of treatment and prevention to alleviate the drug crisis that continues to expand and take American lives. Read More ..read more
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Commit to Getting Clean in 2024
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3w ago
Commit to Getting Clean in 2024 The scope of drug addiction in America continues to expand, and annual deaths from drug-related causes continue to increase. 2024 can be the Year of Recovery, but the family members and loved ones of people who struggle with addiction will need to step in and help their loved ones find and enter treatment. Doing so has never been more important or urgent, as the drugs of today are increasingly potent and often lethal. Read More ..read more
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Why Do Women Find Drug Rehab Help Less Frequently Than Men?
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1M ago
Why Do Women Find Drug Rehab Help Less Frequently Than Men? This article investigates the gender gap in drug abuse and rehabilitation, citing the statistics that reveal fewer women finding drug rehab treatment compared to men. It also explores expert opinions for potential reasons, including unique challenges faced by women, and underscores the need for increased support to ensure equitable access for both genders. Read More ..read more
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