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How Is Cocaine Made?

How Is Cocaine Made? The Dangers of Cutting Agents

An increasing number of what’s sold today as “cocaine” contains no actual cocaine. The mixture labeled as cocaine is usually some combination...
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Delusion vs Hallucination

Delusions vs Hallucinations: What’s the Difference?

Delusions and hallucinations are often lumped together when discussing different mental conditions, but they’re not the same. While both delusions and hallucinations...
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anxiety awareness

Anxiety Awareness: What’s Your Risk?

It’s not uncommon for everybody to experience anxiety every so often. Things like moving, getting a new job, socializing in the COVID-19...
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how to administer Narcan

How Opioid Antagonists Protect Against Overdose

Throughout the United States, it is becoming easier for the general public to get their hands on an opioid antagonist. And due...
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emotional triggers

How to Identify Emotional Triggers in 3 Steps

In everyday life, some amount of distress or pain is normal. Everyone feels fear, sadness, anger, and other negative emotions. But for...
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meth addiction recovery

Outlook for Meth Addiction Recovery: Naltrexone for Meth Addiction

Addiction to methamphetamine, or crystal meth, affects millions of Americans each year. And while getting off meth is incredibly difficult, it becomes...
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drug paraphernalia

Identifying Drug Paraphernalia: A Complete Guide

If you’ve noticed that your loved one has a collection of strange objects that they say is for tobacco use only, you...
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mental health centers in Ohio

Mental Health Centers in Ohio Help After Capitol Riots

Everyone, but especially mental health centers in Ohio, will remember the Capitol riots that took place on January 6, 2021. Seeing violence...
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Ohio Isotonitazene

New Isotonitazene Drug Increases Ohio Overdose Risk

Ohio is no stranger to the opioid epidemic—for years, opioid overdoses have caused problems for our communities. And unfortunately, there are signs...
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