Tuesday April 21st 2015

drug

Is Revia addictive?

NO. Revia is a non-addictive and safe medication that has zero abuse potential - it doesn't get you high. Read more about what Revia is made of and how it's used here.

How long does Depade stay in your system?

The elimination half-life of naltrexone and the metabolite 6-ß-naltrexol ranges between 4 and 13 hours. However, Depade's duration of action will depend on your dosing schedule. More on the metabolism of Depade here.

REMS: Rethinking the Public Response to Drug Overdose Death

Educating prescribers about the risks of ER/LA pain medicines can have some impact on prevention of overdose deaths. Look at the statistics, approaches and what yet needs to be done to prevent drug overdose fatalities, here.

Teens, peer pressure, and drug use

How can you help your teen stand up to peer pressure and to prevent drug use? Practical tips that you can start to use TODAY...more here!

2 Addiction in the family: How to stop enabling behavior

A guide to ending current family dynamics which allow an addict to continue using. Tips on dealing with addiction in the family from someone who's been there.

Can you get high on Bunavail?

Yes, Bunavail can trigger euphoric effect when used OTHER THAN PRESCRIBED. This prescription medication contains buprenorphine, which can be abused. More on Bunavail and euphoric effect here.

1 What is my teenage girl's addiction? Help for parents to define the vice

A discussion about four (4) common teenage girl addictions, and what you can do about them. A guide on how to address exercise, internet, sex, and prescription drug addiction here.

2 How to stop using crack

The best way to stop using crack is with medical supervision, so that you can receive the psycho-emotional support that you need. More on how to stop using and avoiding relapse here.

2 5 symptoms that you are in a codependent marriage

A brief review for those looking to identify signs of a codependent marriage here.

3 Talking to your family about addiction recovery

Five (5) principles to follow as you prepare to talk with your family about your addiction recovery. With a section for your questions at the end.

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