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Drug Abuse and Overdose Deaths

Drug Abuse: A Grave Mistake

An image that has gone viral is one of a man lying in an open casket. Standing before him are three people   — his wife, his young son and daughter. They are smiling. He is not. The 26-year-old Ohio man died in September as a result of heroin addiction and drug overdose. Although Mike Settles entered treatment and was discharged from an inpatient program in December of the previous year, believing that he had kicked the habit, what began as prescription drug abuse took a sharp downturn. When using opiates to treat dental pain, which he declared that he could manage without spiraling out of control once again, he experienced a relapse that signaled the end of his life.

Dealing with Sex Addiction

Sex Addiction Is Not Just About Sex, But You Do Have to Talk About It

Identifying and treating sex addiction can be a real challenge for both patients and professionals. People with sex addiction, particularly women, do not always recognize that compulsive sexual behavior is the root of their problems, and even when they do, it is often very uncomfortable for people to talk in detail about their sex lives. Furthermore, many professional counselors are not fully at ease asking the kind of probing questions about sex that are necessary in order to diagnose and treat sexual addiction.

Carfentanil Addiction and Overdose

Elephant Tranquilizer New Threat in Overdose Epidemic

An elephant tranquilizer that is 10,000 times more potent than morphine and has been linked to a significant number of overdose deaths in the U.S. is the subject of a new public health alert by the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration.

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