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Month: December 2016

How to Help a Pathological Liar Recover

Like many other behavioral health concerns, the success of pathological liar treatment methods relies heavily on the liar’s desire to change. However, the support of friends and loved ones during treatment can also play a crucial role in recovery from pathological lying. What Is Pathological Lying? A pathological liar is someone who doesn’t tell the …

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What Are the Side Effects of an Oxycodone High?

Oxycodone is a powerful opioid painkiller that serves as the sole or main active ingredient in widely used medications such as OxyContin, Percocet and Percodan. With or without a prescription, significant numbers of people abuse these medications in search of an oxycodone high. Unfortunately, this practice can lead to a range of serious side effects. …

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What Is a Wet Drug?

By Gideon Hoyle You may have heard recently about the phenomenon of “wet” drugs. Public health officials use this term to describe tobacco or marijuana cigarettes dipped in one or both of two substances: the hallucinogenic anesthetic PCP (phencyclidine or “angel dust”) and formaldehyde-based embalming fluid. Consumption of these drugs can have a serious, severe …

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What Are the Long-Term Effects of Alcohol on the Mind and Body?

By Courtney Cosby Alcohol often gives a temporary boost of confidence and numbs a person to the realities and burdens of his (or her) life. It also can make an ordinary person seem like a supermodel — at least for a time. But these feelings are only short-term. The long-term effects of alcohol on the …

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