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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
What Is Hydrocodone? A semi-synthetic medication, hydrocodone is classified as a narcotic drug. It is an opiate analgesic that is prescribed for the treatment of moderate to severe pain. This painkiller is a DEA Schedule II controlled substance. Schedule II drugs have a high potential for abuse and addiction, may lead to severe physical or...Read More
There’s no question that substance abuse is a major problem in Tennessee. Substance use disorder costs the state $2 billion annually. Opioid Deaths in Tennessee In 2016, the opioid overdose death rate was 18.1 per 100,000 people in Tennessee, representing a loss of 1,186 lives. This figure was higher than the national average, which was...Read More
If you have been told you need to have surgery, you trust that you will be anesthetized during the procedure. Afterward, you know that you can expect to experience some discomfort. Before you even leave the operating room, you will likely be given a pain medication to keep you comfortable for several hours after your...Read More