Qcostarica – On average, 17 public servants every month for the past three years have been on the firing block. According to the Tribunal del Servicio Civil, between 2011 and the first quarter of 2013, a total of 455 public employees were processed…
With only one sink and two chairs, it may be Philadelphia’s smallest beauty parlor, but it has a very big mission — to improve clients’ mental health along with their appearance. Hollywood Beauty Salon at Germantown Recovery Community hosted its second…
Published: October 26, 2013
If you’re thinking of snorting Valium (diazepam), we’ll offer some reasons why you shouldn’t. Simply put, there are too many possible complications and damage that you risk to your body. Not to mention the risk of overdose and suffering severe side effects because of the unregulated amount of Valium entering the central nervous system.
Recently published research from Euromonitor International, “Cider/Perry in China”, is now available at Fast Market Research Boston, MA — (SBWIRE) — 10/24/2013 — Cider/perry, representing only a tiny fraction of the total alcoholic drinks market…
Tramadol is widely used as a pain killer because of its lower potential of abuse. But addiction to tramadol still happens in about 10% of those who use it.
So what can you do if you or a loved one cannot stop taking tramadol? We review how to treat addiction to tramadol and what you can do about symptoms of tramadol addiction here. Then, we invite your questions tramadol addiction help at the end.Read More
Physical or mental dependence on crack develops very quickly ,as it is one of the most addictive forms of cocaine (itself a highly addictive recreational drug). Consequently, the withdrawal symptoms associated with crack can be as acute and include anxiety, depression, and terrible cravings.
Here, we look at what crack withdrawal and its symptoms are, as well as how long crack withdrawal lasts. Plus, we review how you can get through the withdrawal phase with the help of medications, home remedies and drug tapering. Then, we invite your questions about crack withdrawal or how to find crack addiction help at the end.Read More
Some drug treatment providers and public officials are excited about a new medical intervention for opioid addictions, calling it a “game changer. But others say “not so fast.” Vivitrol is already used to treat alcohol dependence, and is now FDA approved…
Are you a Co-addict?
Caring for and loving a person who is addicted to drugs or alcohol can be one of the hardest things to watch. As a loved one, you may feel it is your job to protect this person from harm. In that process, it is easy to get lost in an addict’s problems and focus all of your energies on their addiction.
So are you in a relationship with an active addict? Do you wonder: “Did I marry an addict?” Be it a parent, brother, cousin, spouse, or child, life with an addict can wear you out. If you not sure how to handle their addiction and feel like you are losing yourself, you’re in the right place. We review signs of a co-addict here. Then, we invite your questions about how to deal with co-addiction or leaving an addict spouse or partner at the end.Read More
Ed Murray/The Star-Ledger SOMERVILLE â€” After more than four years of incarceration on charges of sexually assaulting and killing a Bridgewater woman in her backyard, Rocky DiTaranto was released today after accepting a plea deal that dismisses the…
Published: October 23, 2013
When you look at any label for Percocet or do any research online, the manufacturer’s warnings expressly warns you against taking Percocet in certain ways. For example, when you snort Percocet, you trigger high doses of oxycodone directly to the blood-brain barrier and can cause Percocet overdose complications. But what is Percocet abuse, exactly? We review here and then invite your questions about Percocet or how to help Percocet addiction at the end.