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Sugar is More Addictive than Cocaine (and Other Reasons to Kick the Sugar Habit) by Nutritionista Posted Thu 04 Nov 2010 7:28am I’m four days into my sugar ban, and reader Allegra sent me this article from GOOP — too timely! Thanks, Allegra! First, what do you need to know about sugar addiction? Find out in this article by Dr. Frank Lipman Part of the reason it’s so hard to kick the habit is that over time our brains actually become addicted to the natu ... Read on »
Breakthroughs On Your Way To Freedom From Alcohol Withdrawal and Detoxification After Withdrawal and Detoxification Breaking Thr by Dr. Michael P. Medical Doctor Posted Fri 13 Nov 2009 10:02pm Alcohol recovery is a process that takes time, patience, fortitude and perseverance. Each set back will rip just a little more tenacity from your already shallow reservoir of resolve to beat the illness you are tasked with fighting. Little wonder then that small breakthroughs need to be savored and appreciated. Any disease that requires you to ... Read on »
Marijuana Withdrawal? What Marijuana Withdrawal? by Dirk H. Patient Expert Posted Sun 24 Aug 2008 7:08pm 3 Comments AlterNet article calls pot addiction "laughable." Wondering why you're feeling anxious, sleepless, irritable, sweaty, and scared when you stop daily pot smoking? Don't worry, Paul Armentano has the answer: You're full of bullshit. Armentano, in an article for AlterNet entitled "B.S. on the idea of 'marijuana addi ... Read on »
withdrawal symptoms by Ditzy Doctor .. Patient Expert Posted Mon 22 Sep 2008 4:36pm withdrawal symptoms:depression,anxietyandcraving(from wikipedia) i've been having typical classical withdrawal symptoms, much like alcohol and benzo withdrawal (in a mild form of course!) - the olympics is over! :( i wailed to my sister: what are we going to do with our lives now???? no more rushing home from hospital, plonkin ... Read on »
Suboxone (buprenorphine) and Opiate Withdrawal in Newborns by SuboxDoc Patient ExpertHealth MavenFacebook Posted Tue 23 Dec 2008 3:56pm 1 Comment I received an e-mail today related to an article I had placed on a different web site about using Suboxone during pregnancy: My son was born November 19th 2008 and is still in the hospital because the mother is on Suboxone. He has tremors, has trouble sleeping and is excessively strong and ‘tight’. The doctors placed him on methadone to trea ... Read on »
Rain Creek Baking: Withdrawal of Peanut Butter Turtles, Peanut Butter Baskets and Peanut Butter Princesses by Robin P. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Fri 23 Jan 2009 3:57pm Rain Creek Baking Corporation Announces Voluntary Withdrawal of Peanut Butter Turtles, Peanut Butter Baskets and Peanut Butter Princesses Due to Possible Health Risk Contact: Customer Service 1-800-530-0505 or 1-800-621-0099 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE -- Madera, CA, January 22, 2009 – Due to the expanded recall of Peanut Butter Corporat ... Read on »
Tom Daschle Withdraws – We Live in a World of Transparency by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Tue 03 Feb 2009 11:43pm From the New York Times below, but this does drive home the fact that there’s not much room to hide anymore.  Interesting how we find audit and data trails back when we really want to be the “inquiring minds”, but in other areas that tend to be more related to just the every day tasks of running a business or government, we lag a bit.  When i ... Read on »
Clonidine and Opiate Withdrawal by SuboxDoc Patient ExpertHealth MavenFacebook Posted Wed 08 Jul 2009 12:25pm For those of you who like to do some scientific reading, a recent meta-analysis looked at clonidine’s efficacy in reducing the symptoms of opiate withdrawal.  A meta-analysis, by the way, is when someone takes a number of studies that sometimes didn’t reach significant conclusions and combines the numbers, creating a larger study group that somet ... Read on »
Withdrawal in newborns: Lay off the guilt trip!! by SuboxDoc Patient ExpertHealth MavenFacebook Posted Mon 01 Feb 2010 5:42pm 1 Comment I will share some thoughts that I left at a discussion at a ‘linked in’ group about addiction.  I was responding to someone who was equating addiction and physical dependence in a baby born to an opiate-addicted mother.  My feeling is that such women are given way too much of an attitude by the nurses and others who care for them, and that was ... Read on »
14 Monkeys Revisited: Reactions to Wakefield Withdrawal by Kev Leitch Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven Posted Fri 19 Feb 2010 2:25pm So far, the retraction of Andrew Wakefield’s latest worthless and probably fraudulent study has yet to attract comment on posts at AoA and elsewhere. But, comments are already appearing, some of them directed toward me (though not by name). Here is a rundown of them: `He probably poisoned those poor monkey ... Read on »