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Teens who prefer indoor tanning are more likely to abuse substances: Study

Teens who prefer indoor tanning are more likely to abuse substances: Study

02-26 | Rachael

If tanning and drug addiction were to be mentioned together, one would not decipher any association between the two. But according to a new study published online in the JAMA Dermatology, teens who have a fancy for indoor tanning are more likely to smoke, drink, and take to illegal drugs and steroids.

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Rising drug overdose deaths concern America; it may dip by 2034, says report

Rising drug overdose deaths concern America; it may dip by 2034, says report

02-19 | Rachael

The alarming rise in drug overdose deaths in the United States stresses on the fact that drug addiction has snowballed into a major health concern today. Looking at the worsening situation, Robert Anderson, chief of mortality statistics of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), has given it the status of an epidemic, just […]

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Implant to treat opioid addiction awaits FDA nod

Implant to treat opioid addiction awaits FDA nod

02-12 | Rachael

The United States is witnessing an opioid epidemic and researchers have been looking for newer ways to combat the menace. A pharmaceutical company recently developed an implant, which it says can help people get free from the clutches of opioid and heroin addiction. However, nearly a month after the Psychopharmacologic Drugs Advisory Committee recommended the […]

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Identifying the signs of cocaine addiction

Identifying the signs of cocaine addiction

01-30 | Rachael

Cocaine is a highly addictive drug with approximately 2 million users in the United States alone (National Health Institute of Drug Abuse). Popularly called “coke,” “snow” “blow” and “crack,” among other street names, the drug stimulates the brain to produce feelings of excitement, energy and euphoria. That high comes at a terrible cost, however, putting […]

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Evils of crack cocaine; how to kick its addiction

Evils of crack cocaine; how to kick its addiction

01-21 | Rachael

The U.S. Justice Department reports reveal that approximately 2 million people use crack cocaine. The disturbing figure and the continuous rise in crack addiction call for stern steps by the authorities concerned. If it’s not about breaking the bank, people would sell their soul for that hit of the drug.

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Synthetic drugs cause new high in crime

Synthetic drugs cause new high in crime

01-08 | Rachael

The presence of synthetic drugs in the United States, which has gone up significantly since the beginning of the decade, has made the task of law enforcement agencies – already battling to tame the organized drug peddling gangs and the menace of substance and prescription drug abuse – much more difficult. It has created a […]

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Evolution of illicit drugs in U.S.

Evolution of illicit drugs in U.S.

12-11 | Rachael

Experts agree that illicit drug abuse in the United States can cause serious physical and mental consequences in the user, but this hasn’t always been the case. Not every illicit drug has been viewed as harmful throughout the years. In fact, many were once used legally before their negative effects became apparent. As public opinions […]

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