Monthly Archive for: ‘January, 2014’

  • Teen Substance Abuse in Canada Shows Changing Trends According to New Study

    Teen substance abuse in Canada is showing a changing trend according to a new study. The study examined the 2013 Ontario Student Drug Use and Health Survey data which is compiled by the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health, and the results showed some surprising …

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    What are the Possible Consequences of Substance Abuse?

    There are many possible consequences of substance abuse and each user may experience different ones, depending on a wide range of factors involved in a specific case. The substance that is being abused will play a role in the consequences experienced, and the severity, duration, …

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  • Would You Recognize These Signs of Heroin Abuse?

    Signs of heroin abuse are not always easy to spot if you do not know what to look for. Some of the more common signs of heroin abuse may include: Pupils which are constricted and smaller than normal Nodding off, which is a side effect …

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  • New Drugs on the Market

    Every year, new drugs are studied and approved for the market by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. These drugs vary in type and dosage, treating different symptoms and ailments. From drugs used to treat those with HIV to others that help the fight against …

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    World Wide Addiction Survey

    For the first time ever a worldwide survey has been conducted on drug use across the globe, and this survey uncovered some expected facts but also some that may be surprising. It is important to note that the survey conducted did not factor in any …

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