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CDC Takes on Prescription Drug Overdose with New Social Media Campaign #RxProblem

Waismann Method® Drug Treatment Center Medical Director comments on the CDC’s new social media initiative. “When the Prescription Becomes the Problem” #RxProblem is aimed at spreading awareness about opiate prescription drug abuse, overdose and death. Waismann Method ® Drug Treatment Center Medical Director congratulates the CDC on new social media initiative to combat prescription drug…

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Opiate-Based Painkiller Addictions Decline, Reversing Previous Epidemic Projections

BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. Jan. 16, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — After years of putting the spotlight on the epidemic of prescription painkiller abuse, the Waismann Method® is pleased by recent numbers revealing opiate addiction decline. The reasons for the decline are greater regulatory controls, such as electronic tracking of controlled substance prescriptions, as well as increased treatment options and…

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Deaths from Painkiller Overdoses Quadrupled in the Past Ten Years

WAISMANN METHOD® Medical Director Urges Targeted Prevention Strategies and Prompt Treatment to Slow Prescription Painkiller Overdose Epidemic Michael H. Lowenstein M.D., medical director for the Waismann Method opiate treatment, warns that opioid overdose rates continue to rise, albeit at a slower rate. Overdose deaths associated with prescription painkillers increased fourfold in the last decade, according…

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Painkillers Killing Two People an Hour in US

Waismann Method: CDC says in the U.S., prescription painkillers kill nearly two people every hour The agency says prescribing practices vary widely among states, and physicians need to change those habits before meaningful change can occur. LOS ANGELES, July 7, 2014 /PRNewswire/ — Waismann Method, a leading  provider of Rapid Detox and medical opiate detoxification center,…

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Heroin Becomes Drug of Choice Among Affluent Pain Medication Patients

A research paper published in the May 28, 2014 issue of JAMA Psychiatry a paper entitled “The Changing Face of Heroin Use in the United States A Retrospective Analysis of the Past 50 Years” concluded that heroin abuse has left  low-income urban areas and has become prevalent in more affluent suburbs and rural areas with mostly white populations. “We found…

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Heroin Overdose & Addiction: Exacerbated by Guilt, Shame & Blame

LOS ANGELES, Calif., Feb. 5, 2014 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — via PRWEB – In light of a recently published NPR report stating the harrowing death toll caused by heroin, Waismann Method(R) Medical Group calls for awareness and humane treatment. We believe that confidence and self-esteem are the best approach in combating heroin abuse and preventing overdose.…

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Getting Mommy Off Drugs

Recovery Method Hits Addicts Where It Hurts Sheila never imagined her stress-related migraines would end up making her a pill-popping junkie. The Ventura County mother of three started getting headaches and having trouble sleeping due to the unending juggle of going to college for a teaching degree and raising newborn twins. For her symptoms, her…

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