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Street Names For Heroin

List Of Street Names For Heroin

According to the National Survey on Drug Use and Health, about 745,000 people in the United States reported using heroin in 2019. Heroin use has been on the rise in the last decade, in part due to its connection to …

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Drunkorexia: Warning Signs, Side Effects, And Dangers

Drinking heavy amounts of alcohol while engaging in disordered eating behaviors — such as food restriction, bingeing, or purging — can be very harmful to physical and mental health. In recent years, this phenomenon has been described as “drunkorexia” and …

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Dangers Of Mixing Alcohol And Antidepressants

Alcohol And Antidepressants: Side Effects, Risks, And Dangers

Depression is a major healthcare concern across the United States and around the world. Many prescription drugs and therapies are available to help facilitate a positive quality of life.  However, the reality of substance abuse and addiction can result in …

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What Is Alcoholic Nose?

What Is Alcoholic Nose (Rhinophyma)?

You may have heard the terms “drinker’s nose,” bulbous nose,” and “alcoholic nose” used to describe the red, often misshapen nose commonly associated with alcohol abuse.  Rhinophyma is a form of rosacea that affects the color and appearance of the …

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Recommended Read Of The Week

Chances are you’ve probably heard of mindfulness by now but you might not know exactly what it is. At its essence, mindfulness is a regular practice that allows you to temporarily disconnect from the stress of everyday life and help …

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Top 5 Addictive Substances

The Top 5 Addictive Substances

The top 5 addictive substances are heroin, cocaine, nicotine, barbiturates, and alcohol. These substances can cause people to quickly become addicted and are hard to stop using because of how they affect the mind and body.

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