Understanding COVID-19 Risks: What’s Next for the Pandemic

As of May 2021, nearly half of American adults have been at least partially vaccinated against COVID-19. But that’s not the end of the story. Worldwide, 2 in 3 epidemiologists agree that viral mutations will render first-generation vaccines ineffective by 2022. 88% agreed that low vaccination rates in some countries would lead to the development … Read more

Sonata Sleeping Pill: The Dangers of Addiction And Abuse

As you can see in the given infographic, there are several reasons why people start abusing Sonata sleeping pills. And there is one simple way to avoid it – to follow your doctor’s directions. Sonata abuse can take many forms. Overmedication is a serious issue. It can be increasing the dosage at one’s own discretion. … Read more

What Do Effexor Tablets And Capsules Look Like?

Effexor, also known as Venlafaxine, is one of the most commonly prescribed antidepressants in the U.S. The medication affects chemicals in the brain that are unbalanced in people with depression and anxiety.AddictionResource authors emphasize that Effexor should be taken as directed. Misusing it can worsen symptoms of depression and provoke nausea, vomiting, headache, drowsiness, blurred … Read more

Tips for Preventing Heat Stress in the Workplace

With temperatures hitting record highs every summer, it’s more important than ever to prevent heat stress in the workplace. High temperatures are dangerous to work in, and heat-related illnesses (like heat stroke) can even be fatal. During a heat stroke, a worker’s body temperature will be 103ºF or higher, and they may be confused or … Read more

Hydrocodone Pills Identifier – Types of Capsules and Syrups

Hydrocodone is a strong opioid painkiller. It is mainly prescribed in proprietary combinations with milder ingredients, typically with ibuprofen and acetaminophen. Different types of hydrocodone-based medications are prescribed for different uses. For example, pills are intended to reduce moderate to severe pain. Syrups are used to treat coughs, colds, and allergies. One of the main … Read more

It’s Time to Clean Up Nursing Homes – You’ll Probably Live There Someday!

The last stage of life is generally not often on the minds of generations born after 1964 or so. Each generation tends to think about the things that occupy their day-to-day lives, after all.  That’s as it should be. But no matter when you were born, from millennials to boomers and beyond. When you think … Read more

Facts about Teenage Drug Use

The majority of adults with addiction first tried drugs in their teenage years. The term ‘drugs’ covers a wide range of substances, from over-the-counter “legal highs” to street drugs like weed. The data in the infographic shows that high school seniors have plenty of options to choose from. Teens have always been prone to experiment … Read more

Spread Facts, Not Fear – The Truth About COVID Vaccines

Vaccinations can be scary.  Misinformation surrounding COVID vaccines circles the internet and rears its ugly head constantly. Misinformation instills suspicion, fear, and anger and spreads as easily as the most contagious, pandemic ensuing, virus.  Many of us are still very divided about COVID vaccines.  After months in and out of quarantine and hidden faces, we’re further … Read more

What is the Two Week Wait in Pregnancy?

Whether trying to conceive naturally or via fertility treatments the two-week wait can seem like it takes forever. What is the two-week wait (2WW or TWW)? This is the time period between potential ovulation or insemination and when a pregnancy test can be taken for the most accurate results.  The truth is that during the … Read more