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What is Naloxone?

Naloxone is a drug that reverses the effects of opioid overdose. The FDA has approved three forms of this drug: injectable, auto-injectable, intranasal. Many people know this drug by the trade name Narcan, which is the pre-packaged nasal spray (NIDA,…

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Consequences of Drug Use: Hepatitis

Hepatitis: Enemy of your Liver According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA), hepatitis is an inflammation of your liver (2013). It can be caused by toxins (drugs, alcohol), autoimmune conditions, or pathogens (viruses, bacteria) (NIDA, 2013). According to…

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Importance of Self-Care in Addiction Recovery

Recovery is hard work Whether you completed 30/60/90+ days in a treatment setting, or got sober through meetings, recovery is hard work. You’re changing your behaviors, thoughts, and perspective on things. Maybe you’re meeting with a sponsor weekly, maybe attending…

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