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5 Myths about Recovery, Debunked

Kelly Fitzgerald ❘

There are a ton of stereotypes and stigma that surround addiction and recovery that need to be dispelled. Here are 5 recovery myths debunked.

How Purdue Pharma and the Sackler Family Perpetrated the Opioid Crisis

Hayley Hudson ❘

To understand Purdue Pharma and the Sackler family's impact on the opioid crisis, you have to look back to the beginning.

How To Know When Someone Is Using OxyContin

Krystina Murray ❘

OxyContin is a highly addictive pain reliever. Discover the signs of misuse and learn which treatment options are best for you or your loved one.

How to Identify OxyContin

Ginni Correa ❘

OxyContin is a highly addictive prescription opioid. It is important to be able to identify OxyContin and make sure you are taking it as prescribed.

Coronavirus Should Not Hinder Your Recovery From Addiction

Ginni Correa ❘

Coronavirus is serious, but if you struggle with addiction, overdose or alcohol poisoning are more likely to be lethal, and you should still go to rehab.

Psychoactive Substances

Cindy Hardy ❘

Psychoactive substances are drugs which alter a person's brain chemistry. They include depressants, stimulants, hallucinogens, and inhalants.

Understanding Addiction Transference

Theresa Parisi ❘

Addiction transference is a common problem that can occur to individuals who struggle with or are recovering from alcohol, drug or behavioral addictions.

Phenibut Supplement: Potential Benefits and Risks for Addiction

Destiny Bezrutczyk ❘

Phenibut is not legitimate medication and it hasn't been thoroughly studied. Learn about the possible risks of phenibut and how it could be addictive.

Report: Millennials Are Most Likely to Die From Alcohol, Drugs, Suicide

Nathan Yerby ❘

Millennials are the most likely age demographic to die from alcohol, drug abuse, and suicide. Many millennials struggle with substance use disorders.

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