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Naltrexone Treatment At Residential Drug Detox Facilities

Naltrexone, a non-narcotic medication, was created to treat people struggling with drug abuse, specifically those struggling with an alcohol or opioid addiction, such as someone...

How Dangerous Are Eating Disorders?

Eating disorders are the most life threatening type of mental health disorder. They kill more people due to side effects and suicide, than other mental...

Side Effects of a Codeine Addiction

Anyone in Florida and across the United States who has had bronchitis a time or two probably has had a cough medicine cut with codeine...

Drug and Alcohol Addiction, A Common Disease In The United States

An addiction to drugs or alcohol grips a good amount of this country, and this widespread problem spans all the way down to South Florida....

What’s The Deal with Meth?

Meth is a potent, illegal stimulant that can be extremely dangerous to addicts and to those surrounding them. When someone suffers from an addiction to...

The Rise of Drug and Alcohol Deaths in Florida and the World

It’s astounding how frequently people overdose or die from complications related to an untreated addiction to drugs or alcohol. The world is facing a huge...

Heroin, a Killer By The Thousands

The opioid epidemic is killing people by the thousands every year throughout Florida. It reaches all the way from Broward county to expand into the...

Multi-Step Treatment Programs for Substance Abuse Treatment in Florida

Thousands of people in Florida suffer everyday from the chronic disease of addiction. It’s a disease that comes with a lot of social stigma attached...

Oxycodone, A Common Killer in Florida and Across The Globe

These days oxycodone, sometimes called the brand names Percocet or OxyContin, is one of the most widely prescribed pain pills across the state of Florida....

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