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Teen Prescription Drug Misuse: Are Stimulants Worth the Risk?

Prescription stimulant drugs can be safely used to treat certain medical conditions such as ADHD, narcolepsy, and depression. However, many young adults misuse drugs that are not prescribed to them to boost their grades, get ‘high’ or curb their appetites. 366 more words


I’m wired; give me a jolt
of chemicals-zap my bundle
of nerves that is me and I’ll flicker
and glow like a neon blue fly trap… 37 more words


Things To Remember When It Comes To Self Improvement

You’re ready. You want to work on personal development so that you can be a better person. What perfect timing! You probably have tons of questions on how to start and what to do, but fear not. 314 more words

Health And Beauty

Nicotine Boosts Effects of Caffeine and Sugar on the Brain

People who enjoyed a moderate amount of nicotine in their lives would often smoke while they drink caffeinated or alcoholic drinks. The heady mix of caffeine, sugar and nicotine creates a pleasurable high, which these ex-smokers like to replicate day after day. 328 more words

Vaping And Your Health

Millennials and their Adderall Addiction

If you have not heard of the way Millennials are abusing Adderall, then I do not know what place you have been living in.  Millennials were the first generation that was introduced to the psychotropic medication for ADHD about 20 years ago.  580 more words

'CEP appointed as Secretariat for All Party Parliamentary Group for Prescribed Drug Dependence' [reblog]

‘CEP appointed as Secretariat for All Party Parliamentary Group for Prescribed Drug Dependence’ on CEP UK website, 7 July 2015:

“The Council for Evidence-based Psychiatry has been appointed as the Secretariat for the All Party Parliamentary Group for Prescribed Drug Dependence (APPG for PDD). 180 more words


Will Adderall become the Tylenol or Advil of the future in the United States

Adderall or commonly known as ADHD medication is the most prescribed drug in the United States. The class of medication is called central nervous system stimulant. 241 more words