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Talk About Your Medicines Month-2: Understanding potency of opioid addiction

The outlook of Americans towards prescription painkiller use has changed from that of awe to that of fear. The discovery of painkillers was once heralded as one of the most significant innovations in the history of medical science. However, statistics related to the number of Americans seeking professional assistance...

Ways to prevent drunk driving by employers

Driving after drinking is never advisable. But drunk driving is a serious problem in the United States in spite of legal checks and awareness campaigns about its ill effects. Alcohol is a depressant, like other addictive drugs, which slows down normal functioning of the central nervous system, including the...

Molecule in brain linked with cocaine addiction: Study

Cocaine is one of the most common drugs used by adults and teens alike. Many people use the drug for recreational purposes to boost their mood and energy or to achieve the high, but they ultimately get hooked on to the drug, which often leads to an addiction. Numerous...

Talk About Your Medicines Month-1: Know more about your prescriptions

Most visits to the doctor culminate in prescriptions being doled out by them for various ailments their patients complain about. Though advising medicines portrays the advanced nature of medical facilities in the United States, the fear of abuse and overdose of such medicines highlights the darker side.

Understanding importance of naloxone in tackling opioid overdose

Opioids, used as painkillers, help block pain signals in the body and provide immediate relief. However, an opioid overdose can lead to disruption in the breathing process or cessation of breathing altogether.

Dentists paving the way for prescription drug abuse among teens: study

Oral health is an important aspect of the overall health and visits to dentists are common across all age groups. Almost everyone has at least one tooth extracted by a dentist in his or her lifetime. Visits to dentists mostly sound normal and harmless, however, they may not always...

US, Olympics, and doping: 3 athletes who reversed the odds

For many sportspersons, playing games is all about winning. Every player and athlete steps on the ground with a strong determination to win. And many times, in the zeal of winning laurels, they end up adopting unfair means. Hence, doping scandals and Olympic Games have decades of relationship and...

People most vulnerable to drug addiction

Addiction is a condition in which an individual gets involved in using some sort of substance, and the long-term use of which leads to severe health hazards, including death. The National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) defines addiction  as, “a chronic, relapsing brain disease that is characterized by compulsive...

Alcohol may cause different types of cancers

Ethyl alcohol or ethanol, better known as alcohol, can interfere with the brain’s structure and function of a person who indulges in heavy drinking over a long period of time. Though many studies suggest that moderate drinking can be beneficial for cardiovascular health, there are numerous researches that do...

Drug abuse by non-athletes

Drug abuse is common among professional athletes, with sportsmen consuming drugs to deal with their injuries, illnesses, managing their stress levels and to perform better. Recently, there has been a substantial rise in the number of people consuming drugs to perform better in their respective fields or for cosmetic...

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