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The opiate addiction epidemic has reached crisis levels and is a national emergency. What’s notable about the proliferation of opiate addiction is how it is affecting families in every corner of our nation – from rural areas to urban centers and all the suburban neighborhoods in between. Also, opiate addiction has hit families at every...Read More
According to the American College of Preventative Medicine, the Misuse and Abuse of Prescription Drugs is Epidemic. The past two decades have witnessed an expansion of pain medication use, especially opioid use for patients who have chronic noncancer pain. 7 million people abuse/misuse prescription drugs every month; pain relievers = 5.3 million. We live in...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