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How effective are apps in helping fight substance abuse?

Apps! Where would we be without these small, single-purpose programs? There are apps to wake one up in the morning, get one to work on time, remind one of their meetings, and track what one eats during the day. Apps can buy movie tickets, take-out food, and even help...

FDA releases fresh guidelines that compare new opioids with old ones before granting approval

Before stepping down from his position as the 23rd Commissioner of Food and Drug Administration (FDA) on April 5, 2019, Dr. Scott Gottlieb demanded for new approval standards to facilitate a comparison between proposed medicinal agents with the ones that were already available in the market.

Drug exposure may lead to substance induced psychotic disorder

A recent article published in The American Journal of Psychiatry revealed that people with a heredity of alcohol and drug use and those with a mild risk of psychosis running in the family have a high susceptibility of developing psychotic disorder induced because of substance abuse. Lead author Kenneth...

Sober curious – A new trend

In a world where people are busy adapting to new wellness regimens like going gluten free, dairy free, adopting vegan lifestyle, etc. a new trend, known as sober curious is also amassing an increasing number of followers. The trend focusses on turning alcohol free for sleep, health, and wellness...

GenNext practitioners keen on learning addiction treatment

More than 20 million people in the U.S. are grappling with some kind of substance use disorder (SUD), as per the approximations shared by the U.S. Surgeon General’s office. In the meantime, the drug overdose crisis in the country is showing no signs of improvement. One of the reasons...

Fentanyl-related deaths shoots up by more than 1000% from 2011 to 2016

A recent report from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) stated that fatalities related to the synthetic opioid fentanyl shot up by more than 1000 percent from 2011 to 2016. According to the report, the number of deaths due to fentanyl overdose recorded in 2011 and...

Public health groups call federal authorities to add cancer warnings on labels of alcoholic beverages

Not many people consuming alcohol are aware of the health hazards associated with it, especially the risk of cancer. Therefore, to raise awareness about the issue, several public health agencies and consumer groups have joined hands and are requesting the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to make it mandatory...

Liam Payne of One Direction opens up about his alcohol addiction and mental health

In 2010, five young teenagers, called One Direction, from the streets of England and Ireland, with dreams in their eyes, participated in X Factor. Even though they finished third in the competition, the kind of success and fame that followed them was something they had never imagined in their...

Alcohol, drugs, and suicide fatalities peaked ever since federal data collection began, reveals analysis

The number of fatalities caused due to drugs, alcohol, and suicide reached its peak in 2017, ever since federal data collection began in 1999, revealed an analysis of data by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The analysis was carried out by two public health non-profit organizations....

Opioid crisis raises concern about its impact on cardiovascular health

The National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) revealed that more than 130 people in the United States lose their lives every day due to opioid overdose. Around one out of four individuals prescribed opioids by their physicians is believed to misuse them. Opioids are usually prescribed in the form...

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