Category: Drug Abuse

Drug Laws in the State of Washington

While there are various drug laws that apply to every state at a federal level, there are also drug laws that are unique to the different states. In fact, every state in the country has...

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What are Study Drugs?

Studying today is definitely not like what it was a decade ago. For one, anyone doing any kind of studying or research today needs to deal with an untold number of distractions, making any effort...

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Can Alcohol Withdrawal Cause Seizures? Here’s What You Should Know About Alcohol Withdrawal Seizures

Yes. Seizures from alcohol withdrawal can happen. Suddenly stopping alcohol intake after prolonged heavy drinking may trigger alcohol withdrawal seizures. The most typical and severe type of seizure that happens is called tonic-clonic seizures, also...

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Understanding Opioid Replacement Therapy

What are Opioids? Opioids come from a family of drugs that include: Natural opioids: morphine and codeine Semi-synthetic opioids: oxycodone, hydrocodone, hydromorphone, and oxymorphone Methadone: a synthetic opioid that is usually categorized on its own...

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All About the Harm Reduction Approach for Substance Abuse

Actions have consequences. For example, driving a car too fast can cause accidents. This is why speed limits are established and why laws exist to punish people who drive over the speed limit. In life,...

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