Category: Illicit Drug Addiction

Illicit drugs are defined as substances that are illegal to possess, have no medical applications and can be dangerous to consume and have a high rate of addiction.

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Top Opioid Addiction Facts

Opioid abuse is a very serious public health problem in the United States. Drug addiction can affect anyone at any point in their life, regardless …

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The Opioid Withdrawal Timeline

Opioids (sometimes called narcotic analgesics) are a class of potent and immensely addictive substances. They include both illegally manufactured drugs and pharmaceutical medications used to …

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The Difference Between Opioid vs. Opiate

Abuse of opioids and opiates is a widespread problem throughout the United States. Devastatingly, an average of 128 people die every day from an overdose. …

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What Are the Symptoms of Opiate Withdrawal?

Opiates contain opium, which is naturally derived from poppies. They fall under the umbrella of opioids, a class of narcotic analgesics (highly potent and habit-forming …

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Drug Addiction Intervention: What to Know

Drug addiction doesn’t discriminate. The all-consuming disease can impact anyone, regardless of age, gender, income, or upbringing. Not only that, but when substance abuse gets …

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