Category: Opiate addiction

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How to Get Put on Suboxone for Opiate Addiction

Doctors who prescribe suboxone to help addicts become clean from opiate addiction have had to go through specialized training to be able to legally dispense the medication. Often, in addition to the special government training needed to get licensed as…

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Signs of a Worsening Opioid Issue

One Town – One Opiate Addiction Problem When you think of days gone by, when generation X participated in their traditional back to school assembly, what comes to mind? For most, there were a battery of guest speakers talking in…

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Barney, participation trophies, and Nintendo: We didn’t see an opioid crisis coming?

Overdose deaths involving opiates and opioids have quadrupled since 1999, according to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Using information from death certificates compiled for the CDC’s Wide-ranging Online Data for Epidemiologic Research (WONDER) database, almost half of the…

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An addiction is anything you have to hide

A many-faceted challenge for families, interventionists, and other addiction pros alike is defining an addiction. We have textbook definitions. We have tests. But when it comes down to addressing the addiction with an addict in denial that he or she…

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Dope 101: Opioids, opiates… six of one isn’t a half-dozen of the other

The terms opioids and opiates are frequently – and mistakenly – used as interchangeable words for the same drug when they really mean two related drug classes. The media doesn’t get that. Nor do they have to when they ring…

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Suboxone Doctors in Middletown, New Jersey

How Can Suboxone Treatment Help You with Opiate Addiction? Opiate addiction is a horrible problem that many people face, but not everyone knows where to get help for it. There are several types of opiates and these include heroin, and…

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How Can a Vivitrol Injection Help You?

How Can a Vivitrol Clinic in Matawan NJ Help You? Vivitrol is a prescription medication which features an extended-release version for use in the treatment of opiate addiction. The generic version of Vivitrol is called naltrexone and it’s an opioid…

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Suboxone – A Bandaid Approach or Game Changer

A Suboxone Clinic Genuinely Saves Lives Let’s face it opiate addiction destroys lives and ruins families. When someone takes an opiate medication, there is always a potential for dependence because of how the drug reacts on the opiate receptors in…

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