Pain Pills Now Harder to Get

by baladmin | January 26, 2015

On Monday new federal rules moved prescription drug medication containing hydrocodone into a stricter drug class. The most abused pain killers that include hydrocodone include Vicodin, Lortab, and Norco. These drugs account for more prescriptions than any other drug, with more than 130 million filled each year. Some of the rules that are now in […]

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Pain Management Without Drugs: Managing Pain in Sobriety

by baladmin | November 19, 2014

Chronic pain Can Lead to Drug Dependency Chronic pain can be the starting point in long-term opiate abuse, and can lead many into a devastating and dark battle with addiction. The problem with chronic pain is once someone seeks help for an addiction and gets clean and sober, the pain doesn’t necessarily go away. This is why […]

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Just Being Miley?

by baladmin | August 22, 2013

This year’s MTV’s Video Music Awards caused quite a commotion. The main event: Miley Cyrus’ “performance” if you can even call it that. The 20-year-old singer came on stage in a one-piece bathing suit or leotard that seemed to have the face of a teddy bear on it. There were also other people with giant […]

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