Find out more about the 100,000 deaths related to opioid abuse this past year and what we can do about achieving this grim milestone
Find out more about the increasing problem of fake pharmaceuticals in Northern Colorado
Find out more about the loosened restrictions on MAT drugs and whether or not this will help fix the addiction problem in the U.S.
Find out more about Lamar Odom’s controversial treatment for his cocaine addiction.
Currently, a new vaccine is being researched to help opioid users build immunity to fentanyl. While being considered a vaccine, it appears that this is merely a new type of MAT treatment, not a new, novel approach to addiction treatment. And it’s smoke and mirrors packaging may prevent users from seeking help from treatment centers.
Find out more about why the War on Drugs was a war that should never have been fought and did nothing to help prevent a major public health crisis.
Contingency management is a system where drug users and alcoholics can get monetary rewards for participating in treatment practices, going to therapy, and passing drug screens. Some treatment providers have started offering the program through a phone app, where patients can acquire up to $600 over the period of a year.
For a while now, drug users have known about fake oxycodone pills floating around that contained fentanyl instead of oxy.
The year 2020 so far has been one of the roughest years in modern history. It seems as though all 2020 has done is brought bad news, problems, political unrest, disease pandemics, murderous insects, imminent global war, and conspiracy theories by the bucketful.
Are you serious? Today, I read an article about a large medical software company manipulating the doctor-patient relationship, in order to increase the sales of opiate medications. You read that right; I don’t think I could make that stuff up.