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How Do You Know if Someone Is Using Heroin?

Theresa Parisi ❘

There are many physical, emotional, psychological, and behavioral signs that will let you know that someone is using heroin.

Understanding Addiction Transference

Theresa Parisi ❘

Addiction transference is a common problem that can occur to individuals who struggle with or are recovering from alcohol, drug or behavioral addictions.

Drug Traffickers Are Increasingly Mixing Fentanyl Into Cocaine

Nathan Yerby ❘

Drug traffickers are lacing cocaine with fentanyl to create highly addictive products. Learn more about this growing, dangerous trend.

Report: Millennials Are Most Likely to Die From Alcohol, Drugs, Suicide

Nathan Yerby ❘

Millennials are the most likely age demographic to die from alcohol, drug abuse, and suicide. Many millennials struggle with substance use disorders.

Authorities Confiscate 16 Tons of Cocaine From Cargo Ship in Philadelphia

Nathan Yerby ❘

The largest cocaine bust in U.S. history just happened in Philadelphia. Learn more about how a cargo ship inspection uncovered $1 billion worth of cocaine.

10 Celebrities Who Battled Addiction and Mental Illness

Destiny Bezrutczyk ❘

Many Celebrities have battled co-occurring addiction and mental health disorders. Drugs and alcohol can aggravate symptoms.

10 Celebrities Who Found Sobriety After Opioid Addiction

Destiny Bezrutczyk ❘

After struggling with an Opioid addiction, these celebrities managed to find sobriety and a continued career in entertainment. Recovery made it possible.

Getting On Your Nerves (Literally): How Opioids Work

Michael Muldoon ❘

Opioids interact with many parts of the body, from single nerve cell receptors to the entire brain, but how exactly do opioids work?

Medication-Assisted Treatment for Opioid Use Disorders

Theresa Parisi ❘

Medication can be an important and beneficial part of any treatment plan for opioid addiction. Learn more about how medication can support recovery.

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