The Opioid Crisis – Fentanyl Is Beating Heroin but Dsuvia Coming Up From Behind

According to the 2018 National Vital Statistics System report, Fentanyl has now surpassed the less potent opioid heroin as the most dangerous and deadly opioid drug, causing the most opioid drug deaths in the United States as a result of the drug epidemic. The opioid epidemic is devastating Florida, the United States, and the whole…

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Genetic Links Between Alcoholism and Psychiatric Disorders

In a new report published in Nature Neuroscience consisting of over 50,000 case studies analyzed by a large group of scientists internationally have possibly found a link between genetic disposition leading to high risk of alcoholism and psychiatric disorders such as ADHD, schizophrenia and depression. The study’s senior author Arpana Agrawal, Ph.D., a professor of…

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Alcohol Deaths On The Rise

While media attention centers on the ‘opioid epidemic’, it’s obscured another addiction that is claiming an increasing number of lives. Alcohol kills more people than overdoses of opioids through both accidents while under the influence and health effects of prolonged alcohol use such as cirrhosis, cancer, pancreatitis and suicide. The increase of alcohol related deaths…

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