College Freshmen See Rx Drug Misuse More Risky Than Alcohol, Pot
... ages, the non-medicinal use of painkillers and stimulants
was associated with more than 175,000 visits to ... over a quarter said they thought that such use of stimulants
and analgesics entails a "great risk."
This ... found to be about 10 times as likely to have used stimulants
not prescribed for them in the prior year, when ...
College freshmen: pain killers and stimulants less risky than cocaine; more risky than marijuana
... nonmedical use of prescription pain killers and stimulants
is less risky than cocaine, but more risky than ... to drug use. Nonmedical use of pain killers and stimulants
can be addictive and can cause serious problems ... those who use prescription pain killers and stimulants
for nonmedical purposes tend to be White, male, ...
Czech Republic to Host Historic First Global Conference on Methamphetamine
... of Drugs and Crime (UNODC)
amphetamine type stimulants
are the most widely used illicit drug in ... for cannabis, with more individuals now using stimulants
opiates and cocaine combined. Yet the development of appropriate and
effective responses to stimulants
lags. In most cases, treatment and
prevention are ...
First do no harm? UH prof taking opposite approach to treat asthma
... using beta blockers (or antagonists) instead of stimulants
(or agonists) in asthmatics.
Coining the ... further reduced the hearts pumping power, but the stimulants
ultimately caused the heart to wear out over time ... were overturned, and beta blockers replaced stimulants
as the top drug for CHF patients, Bond said. For ...
ADHD Drugs Help Boost Children's Grades
... "This is the first study that shows that taking stimulants
for ADHD improves long-term school performance," ... success of children with ADHD.
Children taking stimulants
usually began taking them in elementary school ... In addition, children with ADHD who received stimulants
were 1.8 times less likely to be held back a ...
Mayo Clinic study indicates medication for ADHD may help student outcomes
... found that treatment with prescription stimulants
is associated with improved long-term academic ... criteria for having AD/HD. In addition to medical stimulants
such as methylphenidate, also called Ritalin, the ... Results At a Glance
The children treated with stimulants
typically began taking medication in elementary ...
Cocaine Use Among U.S. Workers Declines Sharply in 2008, According to Quest Diagnostics Drug Testing Index(TM)
... of stimulant, typically used to increase alertness and relieve fatigue. stimulants
are also used for euphoric effects or may be used to counteract the "down" feeling of tranquilizers or alcohol. Possible side effects of stimulants
include increased heart and respiratory rates, elevated blood pressure, ...
US FDA Approves 30-Minute Onset of Action for Focalin(R) XR, Bringing Potential Benefits to ADHD Patients During Early Morning Period
... and during or following
treatment with monoamine oxidase inhibitors.
should generally not be used in children, adolescents or
adults with known ... Suppression of growth has been reported with long-term use of
should be used with caution in patients with a prior
history of seizures ...
Cardiac Screening Recommended for Kids Taking Stimulants for ADHD
However, children with underlying heart disease who take stimulants
for ADHD appear to face an increased risk for sudden cardiac arrest, the ... a child's underlying heart complication, not to look for problems with the stimulants
"Serious cardiac complications from stimulant medications ...
Stress, Bad Bedtime Habits Cause Insomnia
... found that 47 percent of people with sleep problems were likely to use caffeinated beverages to compensate for their daytime sleepiness, but these stimulants
contribute to more difficulties sleeping.
"Insomnia can turn into a vicious cycle," he said in a news release from the medical center.
ADHD Drugs Linked to Sudden Death in Kids
... be referred for an EKG (a heart rate test) or an evaluation by a pediatric cardiologist before medication is prescribed.
If your child has been on stimulants
for awhile, there's probably no need for concern, Gould said. Parents should not abruptly stop their child's medications, the three experts agreed. ...
Pacific Shore Holdings, Inc. Launches Burner Balm a Revolutionary, Energy-Boosting, Appetite-Suppressing, Fat-Burning Lip Balm - Natural, Green and Cost-Effective - Featured on NBC's Today Show
... for approximately five hours, this costs consumers anywhere from $75 to $150 a month when used daily, not to mention these products may have too many stimulants
when taken internally and do not have any weight loss attributes.
Burner Balm Lip Balm also helps provide a protective barrier from the ...
Celexa May Not Help Kids With Autism
... said Dr. Bryan King, lead author of the study. Other common treatments, he said, include antipsychotic drugs, which calm people who use them, and stimulants
such as Ritalin, which reduce hyperactivity and impulsive behaviors.
Celexa, also known by the generic name citalopram, is lesser known than ...
Treating Sleep Disorders May Ease ADHD Symptoms
... so treatments can begin. Otherwise, these sleep problems coupled with ADHD would put them at a higher risk for other problems, including use of stimulants
and psychiatric disorders.
Children and Adults with Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder has more about ADHD . ...
District Court Decision Received in CONCERTA(R) Patent Case
... should check height and weight often and may interrupt CONCERTA treatment if your child is not growing or gaining weight as expected.
may impair the ability of the patient to operate potentially hazardous machinery or vehicles. Caution should be used accordingly until you are ...
Narcolepsy Drug Might Be Addictive
... in individuals with schizophrenia and attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).
This new finding suggests that the drug may work more like stimulants
such as methylphenidate (Ritalin) and amphetamine than previously thought. These drugs, used to treat ADHD, increase dopamine levels.
And now ...
Kouros Azar, M.D. (doctorazar.com), Noted Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon, Offers Top 10 Tips to Patients to Help Celebrate National Patient Safety Awareness Week
... any over the counter pain meds ; ask surgeon to list meds to avoid.
9. Avoid all energy drinks, energy booster supplements or any kind of stimulants
2 weeks before surgery.
10. Trust in your surgeon and communicate with him or her about any questions, thoughts or reservations you may have ...
HSN to Debut Sensa Weight-Loss System January 26
... the olfactory senses and trigger satiety. Sensa has become a leading weight-loss tool to encourage portion control without restrictive dieting, stimulants
HSN is an interactive lifestyle network and retail destination, offering a curated assortment of exclusive products ...
Hearing Aids Offer Hope for Those Who Suffer from Persistent 'Ringing in the Ears,' Better Hearing Institute Survey Finds
... checked. If it is high, get your doctor's help to control it.
Decrease your intake of salt. Salt impairs blood circulation.
such as coffee, tea, cola, and tobacco.
Exercise daily to improve your circulation.
Get adequate rest and avoid fatigue.
Sales of Energy-Boosting Diet Pills Skyrocket as the Economy Falters
... in the workplace. Long a trend at colleges and universities, where students need help to cram for exams, older Americans are now turning to natural stimulants
to help increase their mental capabilities and maintain their focus. And according to many physicians and psychologists, there's nothing wrong with ...
Partnership for a Drug-Free America(R) Responds to 2008 Monitoring the Future Study Results
... The 2008 Monitoring the Future study (MTF) indicates the continuation of a promising trend of declining usage rates of certain drugs -- particularly stimulants
like methamphetamine, cocaine and crack -- among our country's teens. However, it also indicates several areas of growing concern.
ClutchWave LLC Launches PricePlow.com: Price Shopping For Supplements and Vitamins
... powders, creatine supplements, multivitamins, fish oils and essential fatty acids, nitric oxide, amino acids, fat burners (both with and without stimulants
such as ephedra), gift certificates, and much more.
The PricePlow guide to "Recommended Supplements" assists all users -- ranging from ...
Scientists race to stay ahead of the drug-taking and genetic manipulation that threatens sport
Doping in sport first hit the headlines when a Danish cyclist died during the Rome Olympic Games in 1960. Cyclists had been taking strong stimulants
since the late 19th century but up until then the sports authorities had failed to take action.
A Medical Commission was created by the ...
BodyLogicMD Reports Increase of Patients Who Suffer from Adrenal Fatigue
... Fatigue Feeling tired despite sufficient hours of sleep Hair loss Insomnia Intolerance to cold Poor immune function Reliance on stimulants
like caffeine Weight gain "We have seen tremendous response to our multi-faceted approach to treating adrenal fatigue, especially when our ...
Study uncovers how Ritalin works in brain to boost cognition, focus attention
... - while having few effects outside it.
Because of the potential for addiction and abuse, controversy has swirled for years around the use of stimulants
to treat ADHD, especially in children. By helping pinpoint Ritalin's action in the brain, the study should give drug developers a better road map to ...
Too Much Cell Phone Time Takes Toll on Teen Sleep
... falling asleep, more difficulty waking up, and experienced more sleep disruptions.
Heavy cell phone users also consumed more beverages containing stimulants
than the minimal phone-user group. This perhaps contributed to the finding that heavy callers also displayed more restlessness, stress, and fatigue ...
Study finds link between amphetamine abuse and heart attacks in young adults
... Dr. Westover said. "But we are concerned because heart attacks in the young are rare and can be very debilitating or deadly."
Amphetamines are stimulants
that can be used to treat medical conditions such as attention-deficient disorder. They are illegally abused as recreational drugs or performance ...
Researchers ID Inflammation-Fighting Pathway in Fat Cells
... by Harvard School of Public Health researchers. The pathway prevents the fat cells -- called adipocytes -- from over-reacting to inflammation-causing stimulants
such as fatty acids in the diet.
However, the researchers also found that obesity-related cellular stress can override the protective function ...
Drug brings relief for many IBS patients who experience constipation
... patients with IBS seek medical treatment. And, he says, most over-the-counter medicines commonly used to treat symptoms fiber, laxatives and stool stimulants
dont address the bloating and pain associated with IBS.
Most patients with IBS tend to fall into two categories: IBS-C or IBS with diarrhea. ...
Young Adults Using Alcohol, Drugs for Better Sex
... Recreational use of stimulants
a fixture of European nightlife, study says
FRIDAY, May 9 (HealthDay News) -- Many teens and young adults in Europe are drinking alcohol ...
Spring Clean Your Body for the Perfect Cleanse
... keep him running to the bathroom.
Rubin also prefers Perfect Cleanse because it contains whole food-based
ingredient botanicals without synthetic stimulants
that are harsh on the
body. The product is formulated with USDA certified organic fiber in a
patent-pending proprietary blend unique to Perfect ...
Vaccine Induced Inflammation Linked to Epidemic of Type 2 Diabetes and Metabolic Syndrome
... previously been shown to be
caused by vaccines and non insulin dependent diabetes (type 2 diabetes).
Upon receipt of vaccines or other strong immune stimulants
develop a hyperactive immune system leading to autoimmune destruction of
insulin secreting cells. Other individuals produce ...
Methamphetamine Use Associated With Pulmonary Arterial Hypertension in Patients With Previously Unknown Risk Factors
... hypertension. After adjustment for differences in age and gender,
patients with idiopathic PAH were eight to ten times more likely to have
than patients with these other forms of pulmonary
About Pulmonary Arterial Hypertension (PAH)
PAH is a rare blood vessel disorder ...
Use of Methamphetamine Among U.S. Workers and Job Applicants Drops 22 Percent in 2007 and Cocaine Use Slows Dramatically, Reports Quest Diagnostics
... Methamphetamine and amphetamine are both types of stimulants, which
typically are used by individuals to increase alertness and relieve
are also used for euphoric effects or to counteract the
"down" feeling of tranquilizers or alcohol. Possible side effects of
stimulants include ...
Figure Skater Peggy Fleming Teams With HealthSaver: Healthy Sleep Tips for a New You in 2008
... body requires.
When to See a Doctor -- If you encounter sleep problems three nights a week for more than a month, and have already eliminated stimulants
and regulated sleeping patterns, see a physician for treatment. -- Waking multiple times throughout the night may be a sign of a sleep ...
ADHD Drugs Won't Raise Risk of Substance Abuse
... with ADHD about their use of alcohol, tobacco and a variety of psychoactive drugs. Seventy-three percent of the subjects had been treated with stimulants
at some time, and 22 percent were currently taking the stimulant medications.
The study found no relationship between having ever received ...
Discovery of 'overdrive' protein could broaden drug design options
... the first protein to activate the G-protein signaling pathway from within a cell. In humans, reactions to everything from taste and smell to stimulants
like adrenaline or caffeine requires G-protein signaling.
Until now, the only known way to turn on a G-protein was via a receptor sitting on a ...
Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan Says Don't Let Snow Be a Pain: Ease into Clearing Sidewalks, Drives
... back pain that could result from improperly bending or twisting. Pushing or pulling snow out of the way requires less exertion. * Avoid stimulants
(for example, caffeine and nicotine) that can raise your heart rate and restrict blood vessels. Avoid shoveling immediately after ...
PDSS reliable in measuring impact of sleep disorders on teens' academic performance
... up with lost sleep. But do not sleep later than two to three hours past your normal weekday wake up time, especially on Sunday mornings.
such as caffeine and nicotine in the afternoon and evening. Caffeine, nicotine, and alcohol can disturb your sleep. Do not drink alcohol. The ...
Need Sustained Mental Performance? Need to Stay Sharp and Alert? What You Need is Berocca Performance!
... dissolve one effervescent tablet
in a glass of cold water to make a delicious orange drink. Berocca does not
contain any caffeine, sugar, artificial stimulants
or preservatives, making
it a healthier, longer lasting alternative to other commonly used
pick-me-ups containing caffeine or loaded with sugar. ...