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Beverages Mixed with Prescription Strength Cough Syrup Rising in Popularity Among Teens.


Beverages Mixed with Prescription Strength Cough Syrup Rising in Popularity Among Teens

One of the current drug use trends among youth in various parts of the country involves consuming prescription strength cough syrups that contain codeine and promethazine. The cough syrup is combined with sprite, mountain dew or other beverages and increasingly being consumed recreationally among...

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Percodan Use, Abuse and Addiction Information Part Four.


Percodan Use, Abuse and Addiction Information Part Four

Percodan Addiction Many people incorrectly assume that because a medication is inherently safe, such as Percodan and other opioid painkillers, that it can do no harm at all. Unfortunately, what people are not realizing is that all substances are capable of becoming habit forming when they are...

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Percodan Use, Abuse and Addiction Information Part Three.


Percodan Use, Abuse and Addiction Information Part Three

Withdrawal from Percodan Here's the problem with Percodan substance abuse: When you first begin to abuse the substance, you may feel entirely fine. Unfortunately, as you continue to take the substance, your body is going to change the way you deal with the medication. You will grow physically...

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Percodan Use, Abuse and Addiction Information Part Two.


Percodan Use, Abuse and Addiction Information Part Two

Prescription Drug Abuse Substance abuse is often looked at as illicit drug abuse, but legal and legitimate substances can be abused as well. People all over the world are suffering from substance abuse problems involving prescription drugs.
It is important to understand what substance abuse...

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Percodan Use, Abuse and Addiction Information Part One.


Percodan Use, Abuse and Addiction Information Part One

Over the next few weeks were going to be focusing on Percodan Use, Abuse and Addiction. Our goal is to provide you information on Percodan abuse dangers, withdrawals, treatment and detox so you have the tools and information you need in order to seek help for yourself, friend, loved one or even...

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Online Pharmacies and Prescription Drug Abuse.


Online Pharmacies and Prescription Drug Abuse

We know that substance abuse has hit a serious high when drug related overdoses take more lives than auto accidents do. The alarming amount of prescription pain pill overdoses is extremely high and will probably continue unless people start to understand just how dangerous these drugs are when...

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Increased Risks Associated with Chewing Khat.


Increased Risks Associated with Chewing Khat

Khat is a stimulant drug that is derived from a shrub that's called the Catha edulis and is used by millions of people around the world for its euphoric effects when a person chews the leaves of the plant. These effects are similar to what a person experiences when they abuse cocaine and...

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Pharma Parties and Trail Mix is a Deadly Mixture.


Pharma Parties and Trail Mix is a Deadly Mixture

Because the abuse of prescription drugs are becoming so common and widespread throughout the United States I think it's important for parents to realize that "pill parties" or sometimes called "pharm parties" do take place among teens and parents need to be aware. I realize most young people don't...

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