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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.


03 January
Most popular prescription drugs abused in America
By Rachael

Most popular prescription drugs abused in America

Prescription drug abuse in the United States have taken the shape of an epidemic, raising concerns among government and people alike. Misusing such drugs have led to a consistent rise in the rate of deaths from overdoses. Opioids, central nervous system depressants and stimulants are the commonly misused medications by people. According to the 2014 […]

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20 December
Impact of prescription drug abuse on family members
By Rachael

Impact of prescription drug abuse on family members

Addiction is a very complex mental disorder that can take a heavy toll on the overall well-being of a person. If continued for long, it can have progressively damaging consequences on emotional, physical, mental, social, personal and professional areas of one’s life. However, the most heartbreaking aspect of addiction is that the drug abuser is […]

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29 September
Stimulant abuse among adolescent ADHD patients
By Rachael

Stimulant abuse among adolescent ADHD patients

A growing number of young adults, high school students and college students diagnosed with attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) have reported taking their medication recreationally to enhance cognition as well as their performances in school. Abuse of ADHD medication such as Adderall or Ritalin may be recognized by changes in behavior, isolation or secrecy and long […]

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