How does smoking weed affect a cold?

2 weeks 4 days ago
Some people claim that smoking cannabis can alleviate cold symptoms, while others say that it can make them worse. Learn about the potential benefits and disadvantages of smoking cannabis with a cold.

Reasons for not losing weight on a keto diet

2 weeks 4 days ago
The keto diet involves restricting carbohydrate intake to encourage the body to burn fat instead of glucose. This article outlines 10 reasons why a person may not lose weight despite following the keto diet.

Weak ejaculation: What does it mean?

4 weeks 1 day ago
Weak ejaculation is where the force or amount of a person’s ejaculation is less than usual. Read on to find out the causes, symptoms, and how people treat weak ejaculation.

What to know about the 10-panel drug test

1 month ago
A 10-panel drug test is a urine screen that looks for 10 of the prescription or illicit drugs people most frequently abuse. Learn about which drugs it looks for and their detection windows.

How to induce vomiting: What to know

1 month 1 week ago
Although people sometimes wish to induce vomiting to treat poisoning, to relieve nausea, or due to an eating disorder, there are no safe ways to do this at home. Learn more about the risks of inducing vomiting here.

What to know about opiate withdrawal

1 month 1 week ago
When coming off prescription or recreational opiate or opioid drugs, people may experience withdrawal symptoms. Learn about the symptoms, timeline, and treatments here.

Suboxone (buprenorphine and naloxone)

1 month 2 weeks ago
Suboxone is a brand-name prescription drug that's used to treat dependence on opioid drugs. It comes as an oral film that's placed under your tongue (sublingual) or in your cheek (buccal). Suboxone contains two drugs: buprenorphine and naloxone. Learn about side effects, warning, dosage, and more.
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Substance addiction is a complex disorder characterized by compulsive drug use. While addiction is difficult to understand, all abused substances share one thing in common - repeated use could change the way the brain looks and functions. Some people can use recreational or prescription drugs without ever experiencing negative consequences or addiction. For others, substance use can cause problems at school, work and home, and in relationships.
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