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A powerful opioid, heroin is a highly addictive and dangerous drug. The Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) has classified it as a Schedule 1 drug. Heroin, like other drugs in this classification, is a controlled substance that currently has no medical use in this country. The potential for heroin abuse is high and often leads to...Read More
More than half of pregnant women take some type of drug (prescription, over the counter, or illicit), use tobacco, or drink alcohol at some point before they deliver. Even the most careful mother-to-be may use something before she discovers that she’s pregnant. Heroin abuse, however, can have particularly devastating consequences. Pregnant Women May be Reluctant...Read More
The heroin user of today has a new face. The typical heroin user today is 27 years old, white and from middle class suburbia. In a national survey, the number of people who admitted to using heroin in the past year nearly doubled between 2005 and 2012, from 380,000 to 670,000, according to Dr. Nora...Read More