The heart-wrenching story of a school principal who lost his son to drugs and the first-person story of a woman?s heroin addiction gripped the attention of parents attending the first Community Forum on Prescription Drug Abuse presented by the Delaware County Heroin Task Force.
Title: Vaccine to Fight Heroin Addiction Shows Promise in Rats Category: Health News Created: 5/10/2013 6:35:00 PM Last Editorial Review: 5/13/2013 12:00:00 AM
In the beginning we kept our son's battle with heroin addiction to ourselves. When we finally spoke up, we found we were not alone.
Recovery Associates expands emphasis on heroin addiction treatment programs. Numerous recovery tracks focus on addressing and stopping powerful drug addiction to heroin or morphine. (PRWeb May 10, 2013) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/heroin-addiction/treatment-rehab/prweb10723018.htm
New Jersey officials report a rise in heroin addiction, drug-related crime and deaths among young people in suburbs. Many became addicted to prescription painkillers, and switched to heroin because it is cheaper, potent and widely available.
Seacoast Media Group staff writer Joey Cresta recently concluded his five-part series on heroin addiction on the Seacoast. In total, it included several thousand words, but one sentence put it all in perspective.
They dispel the notion that heroin addiction is just a city problem. ?My family is a really good family. We live in a nice neighborhood. The last thing I think anybody would expect to come out of my parents' house would be a drug addict," the young man said "I grew up going to church and everything and came from a good family," his friend echoed. Brandon and Nick grew up in the suburbs of ...
Scientists have blocked heroin addiction relapse in rats using a vaccine, according to U.S. News & World Report. They hope the vaccine will be ready for human testing later this year.