Prescription Drug Addiction Related Topics

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Prescription Drugs Related Topics

Alternative Therapies That Are Successful in Treating Prescription Drug AddictionSome addicts who abuse opioids may experience depression following detox that can persist for some time as their brain functions try to get back to normal.
Mixing Prescription Medications: The Dangers of Poly-Drug UsePrescription drug abuse is considered an epidemic in this country as medications are often diverted and used for recreational purposes.
The Most Addictive Prescription DrugsUnderstand the chemical properties of prescription medications, what makes these medicines so addictive and how to prevent prescription drug dependence.
Arymo: the abuse-deterrent prescription painkillerEgalet's newest painkiller is being praised for its abuse-deterrent properties, but what impact will Arymo have on the future of opiate abuse?
The Thomas RecipeLooking for an at-home treatment for opiate withdrawal symptoms? Try the Thomas Recipe, the self-detox regimen that combines supplements and medication.
Safeguarding Prescription Drugs in Your HomeResources for Safeguarding the Prescription Pills in Your Home and Preventing Your Teen from Abusing or Selling these Potentially Dangerous Drugs.
Taking Diflucan While Pregnant: What You Need to KnowCurrently, the FDA is still deciding whether birth defects are associated with low doses of Diflucan. The FDA cannot rule out risks of negative effects Diflucan could have on a baby.
National Prescription Take Back DayThe DEA offers a National Take Back Day on October 26, 2019, in which collection sites are available for the safe disposal of prescription medications.
Tricyclic Antidepressants vs. SSRIsLearn about the differences between tricyclic antidepressants and SSRIs, including side effects, drug interactions, efficacy and safety.