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What Drugs are Opiates?

A drug that has morphine-like effects that are developed from the opium poppy flowering plant species is considered a natural opiate. Extracting the milky fluid called the latex which is drawn out from the pod of an opium poppy has been dated back to antiquity and used for recreational and medicinal purposes. While most opiatesRead More

What You Should Know About Suboxone

Medical-Assisted Treatment uses FDA-approved medications in combination with counseling and behavioral therapies to attend to substance abuse. The approach is meant to treat the whole patient to provide better results in getting sober. One of the ways that opiate abuse is managed is through the prescription drug, Suboxone. Buprenorphine and Naloxone are mixed together toRead More

What are the Twelve Steps for Christians?

The great thing about 12-Step programs is that there have been different types of groups that have been started to cater to different types of people that are addicted to a variety of substances and behaviors. These specific 12-Step programs work well to bring people that are like-minded together for the sole purpose of unityRead More

10 Reasons Why Doing a Tenth Step is Beneficial

The 12 Steps are valuable set of tools that can help you to get to know yourself better and teach you how to have relationships with others in recovery including your Higher Power. The Tenth Step models a list of questions out of the Big Book of Alcoholics Anonymous, page 86. Were we resentful, selfish,Read More

6 Reasons Why it is Good to Be in Recovery

Getting sober is not normally included in the statement of what someone wishes to do when they grow up. Once someone makes up their mind to get sober, they usually have to be pretty badly mangled by drugs and alcohol to even commence to try and get sober. Being in recovery can be a difficultRead More

What Does It Mean to “Chase the Dragon”?

Drug lingo is a part of an underground language that is meant to keep terms at bay to so that authorities will not catch wind of what is actually going on. People that buy drugs or sell drugs will use a secret language on text, a phone call or FaceTime, or even on email toRead More

Inside Time Magazine’s Opioid Diaries

Time Magazine describes the opioid crisis to be “the worst addiction epidemic in American history”. This statement is absolutely 100 percent accurate. To better educate the American people, Time Magazine came out with an editorial special report called the “Opioid Diaries” to illustrate what happens before, after, and during an overdose. By publishing the articleRead More

What Happens During a Liver Transplant from Alcoholism?

Alcohol-Related Liver Disease (ARLD) is an ailment that is caused by a spectrum of damages through the abundance of heavy alcohol intake. 21,000 Americans have been reported by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to die of complications of ARLD. Years of alcohol abuse can damage the liver making it inflamed and swollen andRead More

Juuling vs. Vaping

Smoking cigarettes used to be something that the “cool” kids did and in the last 40 years, rates have fallen with smoking teens by nearly 24 percent. The health-risks that have been associated with cigarettes along with higher taxes, have caused a damper on the popularity that cigarettes once had. The littering of cigarettes, andRead More