prescription drug

A Daughter’s Struggle: How Drug Abuse Hurts Families and Relationships


A Daughter’s Struggle: how drug abuse hurts families and relationships – Inspired by a letter from a daughter to her mother, this video shows how abuse of prescription drugs – a common problem – can affect relationships and families.


What Are the Diferent NGO’s in the Philippines?

Question by Rhai T: What are the diferent NGO’s in the Philippines?

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Answer by sneekz206

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Prescription Drug Abuse Awareness – Life Changing Experience Speech – Kyle Churchley gives a presentation to Carson Middle School to discuss his personal experience with prescription drug abuse that changed his life.


Prescription Drug Addiction?

Question by Joe: Prescription Drug Addiction?
I think that I might have a prescription drug addiction. Please Help!!!

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Answer by busylady0615
well, it depends on what it is. if it is a painkiller (probably, those are the most addictive) then you should go to your dr. let them know and they can help you safely stop taking the drug without severe withdrawl syptoms. also, they can make sure you never get it or it’s relatives again to renew your problem.
i know it seems scary to never have it again, but if you really want help then do it!


Question by meeeee09: DRUG ABUSE IN THE FAMILY. HELP!?
My husbands mother was once addicted to several types of drugs…sleep aids and muscle relaxers. and some others, not sure all. she was a different person then the person we know and love.

We tried and tried to help her. she went through rehab a few times. she was finally becoming her normal self again. happy and aware of things. not always asleep. e lived in GA and she lives in WV…I would talk to her on the phone and I could tell she was doing very well!

How Do You Recover From Prescription Drug Abuse? ?

Question by ghost: How do you recover from prescription drug abuse? ?

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Answer by Acid09
If necessary hold an intervention. Get the addict to go to a detox clinic. Then get them involved in a program that specializes in treating prescription drug abuse. Regardless of your addiction, only a very small number of addicts ever stop on their own and most who do enter treatment relapse at some point.

Ellmers on Preventing Prescription Drug Abuse


Ellmers on Preventing Prescription Drug Abuse – Congresswoman Ellmers had the chance to question witnesses from the DEA and FDA during a Health Subcommittee hearing entitled “Improving Predictability and T…