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Those dependent on prescription drugs, as well as concerned loved ones, should choose to seek out information to better understand the reality of such addictions. The Arizona Prescription Drug Addiction Helpline offers a blog to help educate the public about many associated concerns about prescription drug dependence. Here, readers can learn valuable information, such as how to assist in cases of an emergency overdose and warning signs to look for that could point to a problem with medications.


31 May
Arizona to implement 2 new laws to curtail opioid abuse
By Rachael

Arizona to implement 2 new laws to curtail opioid abuse

Prescription drug abuse has been a big burden on America’s public health. Of late, prescription medications are increasingly being used more as an addictive substance, than as effective drugs to ease potential threats to physical health. Arizona is also not left far behind in battling this epidemic and has the 12th highest rate of prescription […]

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20 May
AMA calls for changes in prescription practices to reduce opioid addiction
By Rachael

AMA calls for changes in prescription practices to reduce opioid addiction

What was meant to offer relief from pain is now itself responsible for the biggest pain that the United States has been going through – prescription drug abuse. No wonder, opioids are seen as the new evil in America today, even in the medical fraternity. The interface between doctors prescribing opioids to treat pain and […]

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10 May
1 of 3 opioid prescriptions, subsidized by US employers, are abused: Study
By Rachael

1 of 3 opioid prescriptions, subsidized by US employers, are abused: Study

With the opioid overdose creating havoc in the United States, a recent analysis revealed that the American companies are losing a huge amount of their annual revenues to opioid abuse. According to the report, titled “The Opioid Crisis in America’s Workforce,” nearly one out of every three (32 percent) opioid prescriptions, which are subsidized by […]

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