Prozac AddictionProzac is the grandfather of psychotropic drugs, used to treat depression and other mental and mood disorders brought on by a chemical imbalance. Prozac is designed to be taken every day. Many people...07/11/2011 - 18:17
Cocaine Medical UsesWe all know cocaine as a highly addictive drug that is illegal in most places in the world. But cocaine does have legitimate medical uses.
Cocaine was used for decades as a topical anesthetic in eye a...06/27/2011 - 18:13
Causes of Sexual AddictionWhile the medical and psychological communities debate whether sexual addiction is a real thing, many others are looking beyond this and trying to figure out what causes it. And even here, there are s...05/05/2011 - 20:18
Nicotine Lozenge AddictionNicotine lozenges are designed to help people quit their addiction to cigarettes. However, some people can find themselves addicted to the lozenges.
The lozenges obviously contain nicotine, and are su...05/04/2011 - 20:28
Effects of Alcoholism on ChildrenThe effects of alcoholism on children can be detrimental. The effects can destroy a childhood. Children do not understand that alcoholism is a disease all they understand is that their mother or fathe...04/01/2011 - 14:24
Book review.In The Trip to Echo Spring: On Writers and Drinking, author Olivia L... Read Full Post
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