There are plenty of steps we could take, supported by research and common sense, that would produce measurable gains in a relatively short span.
But the repair isn’t cheap, and the outcomes require some patience. And that’s why efforts often fail. America gives up too early.
Then word hits the street of a new product that can make you feel almost like your first time… No wonder they come running. And some never wake up.
We should anticipate that many patients with opioid disorders will also be in treatment for some chronic medical disorder.
Like the film where Amy Shumer chugs boxed wine, and inadvertently drives up sales to admiring fans.
To support revenues, companies look for ways to augment or alter older products and justify price increases.
Sadly, the notion of addiction as a disease remains counter-intuitive for many Americans, who instead assume it’s the user’s own fault, the result of some horrendously unwise decision-making process.