The Dangers of ‘Sizzurp’ and Robotripping

Edited by Paul Alexander

Last updated December 16, 2019

Here We Go Again—Sizzurp and Robotripping Yet another drug concoction to keep up with.  The drink has been abused as far back as the 1960s, originating with the blues musicians in Houston, Texas who would combine dextromethorphan (DXM) with beer. Over time, the recipe was modified to include codeine and by the 80s, it was Read More

Adderall Abuse: Who’s Abusing it More?

Edited by Paul Alexander

Last updated November 13, 2019

The abuse of Adderall and other stimulants has had the most prevalence within the age bracket of young adults ages 18 to 25. There several studies researching the effects, use, and symptoms of Adderall and similar stimulants throughout the years. The most recent research and surveys shed light on the number of United States citizens Read More

Who is Really Being Impacted by the Prescription Drug Epidemic?

Edited by Paul Alexander

Last updated October 4, 2019

America is in the middle of its deadliest drug crisis ever and drug and alcohol addiction treatment communities find themselves facing a new force that has landed itself in a category all of its own, just by its sheer increasing prevalence. The prescription drug epidemic today is one of the largest and growing contributors to Read More

Suboxone Benefits: Treating Opioid & Opiate Addiction

Edited by Paul Alexander

Last updated November 9, 2018

What Is Suboxone? Suboxone is a medication that has the potential to reduce symptoms of opiate addiction and withdrawal. Suboxone treatment programs are often combined with therapy and should always be followed by aftercare support. Addiction to Suboxone is a very real issue, which is why treatment should be monitored, but the Suboxone benefits tend Read More

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