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Entries from May 2007

Pharmaceutical Company Lies About a Drug and is Finally Fined

May 14th, 2007 · No Comments

OxyContin, a trade name for the narcotic oxycodone hydrochloride, is a time-release painkiller available by prescription.  It is prescribed for relief of moderate to severe pain from such things as injuries, bursitis, neuralgia, arthritis, and cancer. Designed to be swallowed whole and digested over 12 hours, the pills can produce a heroin-like high if crushed and then swallowed, snorted or injected. As a street drug, it is commonly called OC, OX, Oxy, Oxycotton, Hillbilly heroin, and kicker.

From 1996 to 2001, the number of oxycodone-related deaths nationwide increased five-fold while the annual number of OxyContin prescriptions increased nearly 20-fold, according to a report by the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration.

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Tags: Prescription Drugs Addiction · Street Drugs

Alternative Medicine News

May 13th, 2007 · No Comments

Study Shows Hypnotherapy Use Risen in 10 Years
A recent survey by the Ontario Hypnosis Centre in Toronto, Ontario Canada showed that in a group of 2,000 individuals with 74.4% women and 27.6% percent men, 69.8% had used or were currently using complementary health care practices. (PRWeb May 12, 2007)
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CVS Launches World’s 1st Hot Pepper Nasal Spray on the Web
CVS Pharmacy® has added a strangely "Hot" new item to their popular online sales catalog. It's the world's first hot pepper nasal spray. This unusually spicy remedy is designed to relieve headaches and general sinus problems that regularly affect more than 100 million Americans. (PRWeb May 11, 2007)
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New Anti-Aging Beverage Frutaiga Making a Big Splash with Stressed Out Baby B…
A rare and powerful combination of plant extracts out of Russia called Rosalean is the active ingredient in a new anti-aging beverage called Frutaiga. Health conscious consumers, health professionals and celebrities are discovering the benefits of this secret Russian formula. (PRWeb May 11, 2007)
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SeaAloe Inc. Revolutionizes The Wellness Industry With Its Powerful Nourishin…
SeaAloe Inc. recently started shipping the SeaAloe product to consumers across the United States. SeaAloe's whole-food liquid supplement promotes optimum body and immune system functions. According to its makers, SeaAloe's proprietary blend and processing techniques will redefine how Americans supplement. (PRWeb May 10, 2007)
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Massachusetts House of Representatives Honors Hypnotists Guild for Role in Le…
The National Guild of Hypnotists is being honored by the Massachusetts House of Representatives and the City of Marlborough, MA. for their significant work in advancing the art, science and philosophy of hypnotism. This year's NGH Convention and Educational Conference is being held August 10, 11 and 12, during the week recognized in a proclamation signed by the Massachusetts State Senate as "National Guild of Hypnotists Week". The work of NGH to advance the field of hypnosis is noted in the 103d US Congressional Record. (PRWeb May 10, 2007)
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Tags: News - Addiction and Alternative Health

Women and Alcohol

May 12th, 2007 · No Comments

Even in small amounts, alcohol affects women differently than men. In some ways, heavy drinking is much more risky for women than it is for men. As a rule, men weigh more than women, and, pound for pound, women have less water in their bodies than men. Therefore, a womans brain and other organs are exposed to more alcohol and to more of the toxic byproducts that result when the body breaks down and eliminates alcohol.

What is a drink?

A standard drink is:

- One 12-ounce bottle of beer or wine cooler

- One 5-ounce glass of wine

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Tags: Alcohol Addiction

Drug and Alcohol Treatment Center Provides Holistic Addiction Recovery Options to a Variety of Addicts

May 11th, 2007 · No Comments

I have included health articles on this website to give you additional information and resources to help solve your health condition. 

by: Jerry Goldfarb

Addiction is something regularly discussed in the news, and lately has been no exception. From Representative Kennedys addiction, to Hillary Swank discussing addiction as a reason for her divorce from actor Chad Lowe, drug and alcohol addiction has become almost a daily fixture in the media. Giordano and Goldfarbs Holistic Addiction Treatment Center  hopes to provide assistance to individuals suffering from addictions such as those, using their 17 years of experience in holistic addiction rehabilitation.

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Tags: Drug Addiction Alternative Treatment

Addiction Psychiatrist Offers Free Information On Alcohol Addiction Options

May 9th, 2007 · No Comments

Here is a news note that may be helpful for someone in need:

July 19, 2006 — Addiction Psychiatrist and addiction expert offers no cost, no obligation information on alcoholism recovery and alcohol addiction treatment options. Five (5) part mini-course at

Also offers free call-in times to answer questions about alcoholism treatment and recovery options. Any question on addiction will be answered directly by Stephen Gilman, M.D. Anyone interested should call 212-229-2503 on Wednesdays or Saturdays between 8 AM and 9 AM EST.  

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Tags: Drug Addiction Alternative Treatment

Nicotine and the Brain

May 8th, 2007 · No Comments

When tobacco is smoked, nicotine is absorbed by the lungs and quickly moves into the bloodstream and then reaches the brain within 8 seconds! Nicotine also acts directly on the heart to change heart rate and blood pressure and also on the nerves that control respiration to change breathing patterns.

Nicotine and the Brain

Nicotine activates areas of the brain that are involved in producing pleasurable feelings. Scientists discovered that nicotine raises the levels of a neurotransmitter called dopamine in the parts of the brain that produce feelings of pleasure and reward. Dopamine is the same neurotransmitter that is involved in addictions to other drugs such as cocaine and heroin. Researchers now believe that this change in dopamine may play a key role in all addictions. This may help explain why it is so hard for people to stop .

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Tags: Smoking - Nicotine Addiction