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What Does Ecstasy Do for You?

What Does Ecstasy Do for You?

Ecstasy is a Schedule I controlled substance which impacts the brain and nervous system in the body. Learn more ...
Developing a Dependence on Crack Cocaine

Developing a Dependence on Crack Cocaine

While more people are starting to use crack cocaine, an estimated 8.5 million people admit to using crack at one ...
What is Drug Rehab All About?

What is Drug Rehab All About?

Drug rehabilitation is a process where people go to seek help for addiction. Programs can be either inpatient or ...
The straight facts about benzo withdrawal

The straight facts about benzo withdrawal

Benzodiazepines, commonly known as benzos, impact the brain and body which can wear down over time. Withdrawal ...
Coping with Anxiety in Recovery

Coping with Anxiety in Recovery

Recovery is a lifelong process which takes people time to adjust to following addiction treatment. Anxiety is a ...
Anatomy of an Adrenaline Rush

Anatomy of an Adrenaline Rush

A stress hormone, adrenaline is secreted from the adrenal glands on the kidney. The body goes into fight-or-flight ...
How Addictive Are Opiates?

How Addictive Are Opiates?

  Addiction affects people from all walks of life. Opiate addiction is on the rise across the spectrum in ...
How Adderall Works

How Adderall Works

A prescription drug used to treat attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and narcolepsy, Adderall can ...
Talking to College Students About Binge Drinking

Talking to College Students About Binge Drinking

Binge drinking trends have statistically not changed much overall since the 1980’s but heavy drinking among ...
How Safe Passage Helps Youth in Recovery

How Safe Passage Helps Youth in Recovery

Treatment can be stressful for adults, not to mention youth seeking help for addiction. Anxiety, stress, fear and ...
The Difference Between Prescription Drug Use and Abuse

The Difference Between Prescription Drug Use and Abuse

  Teen prescription drug abuse is on the rise but it can be difficult to know the difference between use and ...
The Effects of Vicodin Addiction

The Effects of Vicodin Addiction

Vicodin is a painkiller created from hydrocodone, a synthetic opioid and acetaminophen (pain-reliever). ...
What Does Ecstasy Do for You?

What Does Ecstasy Do for You?

Ecstasy is a Schedule I controlled substance which impacts the brain and nervous system in the body. Learn more ...
Developing a Dependence on Crack Cocaine

Developing a Dependence on Crack Cocaine

While more people are starting to use crack cocaine, an estimated 8.5 million people admit to using crack at one ...
What is Drug Rehab All About?

What is Drug Rehab All About?

Drug rehabilitation is a process where people go to seek help for addiction. Programs can be either inpatient or ...
The straight facts about benzo withdrawal

The straight facts about benzo withdrawal

Benzodiazepines, commonly known as benzos, impact the brain and body which can wear down over time. Withdrawal ...
Coping with Anxiety in Recovery

Coping with Anxiety in Recovery

Recovery is a lifelong process which takes people time to adjust to following addiction treatment. Anxiety is a ...
Anatomy of an Adrenaline Rush

Anatomy of an Adrenaline Rush

A stress hormone, adrenaline is secreted from the adrenal glands on the kidney. The body goes into fight-or-flight ...
How Addictive Are Opiates?

How Addictive Are Opiates?

  Addiction affects people from all walks of life. Opiate addiction is on the rise across the spectrum in ...
How Adderall Works

How Adderall Works

A prescription drug used to treat attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and narcolepsy, Adderall can ...
Talking to College Students About Binge Drinking

Talking to College Students About Binge Drinking

Binge drinking trends have statistically not changed much overall since the 1980’s but heavy drinking among ...
How Safe Passage Helps Youth in Recovery

How Safe Passage Helps Youth in Recovery

Treatment can be stressful for adults, not to mention youth seeking help for addiction. Anxiety, stress, fear and ...
The Difference Between Prescription Drug Use and Abuse

The Difference Between Prescription Drug Use and Abuse

  Teen prescription drug abuse is on the rise but it can be difficult to know the difference between use and ...
The Effects of Vicodin Addiction

The Effects of Vicodin Addiction

Vicodin is a painkiller created from hydrocodone, a synthetic opioid and acetaminophen (pain-reliever). ...

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