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Teashade Glasses and Sunglasses

23rd May 2011
We often get calls and requests for "John Lennon Style Glasses and Sunglasses", and although everybody knows what the term means, and certainly John Lennon (and at times Yoko Ono as well) popularized the iconic style of the round style glasses early in hi... Read >
Author: fashionspecsdirect

Hangover Therapies

26th May 2010
During festive times, following a heavy night time of consuming and merry making, I always wake up miserable and it is only then that I begin to consider of a hangover therapy.  I am sure others like me through the earth have searched higher and reduced... Read >
Author: Rick Hernandez

Drug and Alcohol Rehab in South Africa

23rd April 2010
Drug and alcohol rehabilitation always begins with the decision to get help. Drug and alcohol treatment centres in South Africa offer world-class counselling and therapy to addicts. These rehabilitation centres offer many forms of treatment to accommod... Read >
Author: AlterSage

Sleeping Pills And The Truth Behind Them

21st January 2010
Papaver rhoeus L., known as corn or field poppy, is an annual herb native to Europe and Asia. Extracts of the plant are used in medicine and beverages. Also known as opium poppy, the species is cultivated extensively in many countries, including Iran, Tur... Read >
Author: Freddy Roy

How to Beat Painkiller Addiction

28th April 2009
Painkiller addiction can be very tricky and it can sneak up on just about anyone. Accidents can happen and almost anyone can become the victim of terrible, chronic pain that seems to overtake their life. The only seeming solution for something like this, ... Read >
Author: Patrick Meninga

Ireland Drug Czar Condemns Long-Term Methadone Maintenance

30th March 2009
The Obama administration and all state legislatures could learn a lesson from Ireland, where John Curran, Ireland's minister for drugs strategy, has called for a review of methadone addiction, and how effective methadone programs actually are at getting p... Read >
Author: Rod MacTaggart

Why Are You Addicted to Cheese?

25th February 2008
Copyright (c) 2008 Stephen Lau Cheese is a part of the American culture. Americans enjoy eating cheese, and some are even addicted to it. Is there such a thing as cheese addiction? Is it an overstatement that you could, in fact, be addicted to chees... Read >
Author: Stephen Lau

Codeine: Prescription Drug Abuse & Testing

14th January 2008
Introduction: Codeine or methylmorphine is an opiate used for its analgesic, antitussive and antidiarrheal properties. It is marketed as the salts codeine sulfate and codeine phosphate. Codeine hydrochloride is more commonly marketed in continental Eur... Read >
Author: Brenda Stokes

Hydrocodone: Prescription Drug Abuse & Testing

11th January 2008
Hydrocodone or dihydrocodeinone is a semi-synthetic opioid derived from two of the naturally occurring opiates, codeine and thebaine. Hydrocodone Prescription, Dosage & Administration: Hydrocodone is an orally active, narcotic analgesic and antitus... Read >
Author: Brenda Stokes
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