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Jul52017

Why You Should Carry Naloxone

Naloxone, often sold under the name Narcan, is a medication used to treat opioid overdose. Think of it like an EpiPen, but instead of treating severe allergy it treats opiate overdose.  It can be administered in pill, injection

Jun302017

Vivitrol: The Anti-Addiction Drug

Vivitrol is what people are calling the anti-addiction drug. There is a cure for drug addiction? I’ll take two! Vivitrol itself is non-addictive and will not cause a chemical dependency, making it an appealing alternative to drugs like

Jun292017

Can Medical Detox Help Marijuana Addiction?

Marijuana addiction can be a touchy subject for some. There are those out there who claim that marijuana is not an addictive substance, therefore medical detox is unnecessary. Though this statement is not completely false, some people will

Jun162017

Counterfeit Pills on The Rise

In the past couple of weeks, there have been several major developments regarding the opioid overdose epidemic. In Ohio, the Attorney General began filing litigation against 5 major pharmaceutical companies for fraudulent and unethical marketing tactics of prescription opioids. Then,

Jun62017

This Is Who Ohio Blames For the Opioid Crisis

With millions of opioid prescriptions across the nation and a spike in heroin use and deaths, many people are looking for answers. Opioid overdoses have now surpassed car accidents as the leading cause of death in the United