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Ativan: Its Function and Failures

Ativan: Its Function and Failures

Do you have a friend or family member who swears by Ativan? Have you used it and found it to be a miracle drug? Do you have zero idea what it is? What Do You Know About Ativan? In today’s post, we’ll explore Ativan: its composition, its purpose, and its shortcomings....
Making Vicodin Visible

Making Vicodin Visible

In 2013, Vicodin made a big splash in Food and Drug Administrations offices all over the country. With millions of Americans hooked on opioid-based prescription drugs, citizens and lawmakers alike thought it was high time to do something about the legal opioid...
Getting Over Oxycodone

Getting Over Oxycodone

OxyContin, Oxycet, Oxycodone, oh my! Before diving into the tough stuff, let’s clarify some terms. Oxycodone is an opiate that is an active ingredient in pain medications. OxyContin is a brand-name medication that contains oxycodone (Percocet is another one). When...
The Highs and Lows of Ecstasy

The Highs and Lows of Ecstasy

Intense euphoria, unmatched joy, previously unknown emotional openness: many people report experiencing all of these things when they consume what the scientific community calls methylenedioxy-methamphetamine. You may know the substance better by its more colloquial...