opioid overdose

The Surge of Prescription Drug Abuse in Florida

The Surge of Prescription Drug Abuse in Florida

Prescription Drug Abuse in Florida is an ongoing problem. Drug use throughout the state of Florida is a wide spread problem, but the majority of the problem stems from prescription pill abuse. According to an article published in the Sun Sentinel, “Prescription drugs killed more people in Florida last year than heroin and […]

Prescription Opioids

What are prescription opioids? | What are common prescription opioids? | How do people misuse prescription opioids? | How do prescription opioids affect the brain? | What are some possible effects of prescription opioids on the brain and body? | What are the other health effects of opioid medications? | Can I take prescription opioids if I’m […]

Why Has The Heroin Epidemic Gotten Out of Control in States Like Ohio?

Why Has The Heroin Epidemic Gotten out of Control in States Like Ohio?

Why Has The Heroin Epidemic Gotten Out of Control in States Like Ohio?

Many people are kept wondering, “Why are states like Ohio most affected by Heroin and Opioid Overdoses, causing a large scale heroin epidemic within those states.  A recent release […]

2018-02-06T23:48:49+00:00 February 6th, 2018|Categories: opioid abuse, opioid overdose|Tags: , , , , |

The Fentanyl Epidemic Leads to Deadly Overdoses Throughout the U.S.

National Public Health Emergency

On October 26, 2017 President Trump declared, “The opioid crisis a national public health emergency under federal law”. The use of illicit street drugs such as heroin and fentanyl continue to be abused rampantly.

According to the

2017-12-13T06:22:33+00:00 October 30th, 2017|Categories: Fentanyl, opioid abuse, opioid epidemic, opioid overdose, pain meds|

6 Scary Facts About Teens and Prescription Drugs

Did you know that prescription and over-the-counter drugs are the most commonly abused substances by Americans ages 14 and older, after marijuana and alcohol? This is just one of the many alarming facts when it comes to teens and prescription drug abuse. 
Here we take a look […]

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