While alcohol and illicit drug abuse has dominated the college campuses since decades, the consequences arising out of chronic abuse of prescription drugs, particularly stimulants, sedatives and pain relievers, have affected millions of American teens and adolescents. Although there have been several advances in the field of new and upgraded treatments for chronic pain, attention..
Prescription drug addiction is a global problem, with more and more people moving from pills to heroin over a period of time. In reality, people abusing opioid painkillers, or other drugs, for a prolonged period are likely to suffer from drug poisoning, which can lead to death.
With at least 46 confirmed deaths across several American states, the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) has temporarily banned the synthetic drug “Pink”. Known as U-47700 in the medical community, the drug was legal in most of the U.S. states, including Arizona. With the ban on Pink, the drug will now be categorized under Schedule I..
Today’s youngsters are under pressure to excel in all spheres of life, be it academically, financially, professionally or socially. Expectations from them are so high that to cope with this stress they are turning to stimulants.