Flexeril Abuse and Addiction – Latest News

Tonix Pharmaceuticals Holding Corp. (OTCBB: TNXP) (“TONIX” or the “Company”) is a specialty pharmaceutical company that develops therapies for managing disorders of the central nervous system (CNS). The Company completed a pharmacokinetic (PK) study of the first formulation of its leading drug, TNX-102, for the treatment of fibromyalgia syndrome (FM). The study results support the…

Fiorinal Abuse and Addiction – Latest News

Individuals who suffer from tension-type headaches, which aren’t alleviated by over-the-counter (OTC) medications, may find help with combination drugs that include butalbital. Fiorinal, a medication commonly prescribed for tension and migraine headaches, contains a combination of aspirin, butalbital, and caffeine. While effective in alleviating pain for many individuals, Fiorinal also carries the risk of abuse…

Fioricet Abuse and Addiction – Latest News

In the realm of prescription medication, Fioricet stands out as a commonly prescribed treatment for tension headaches—a debilitating condition that affects millions worldwide. Comprising a combination of butalbital, a barbiturate; acetaminophen, a pain reliever and fever reducer; and caffeine, a central nervous system stimulant, Fioricet is designed to alleviate the symptoms of tension headaches by…

Fentora Abuse News

Table of Contents Fentora Abuse News When You Must Not Take It Take Special Care with Fentora if: Fentora contains a drug called fentanyl citrate. This is a pain-relieving medication known as an opioid that is used to treat breakthrough pain in adult patients with cancer who are already taking other opioid-based pain drugs for…

Fentanyl Patches Use, Abuse and Addiction

Fentanyl Transdermal is between 50 and 100 times more potent than morphine, from which it is derived. Although it can be injected or ingested orally (via a lollipop or lozenge), a standard ingestion method is to take the medication transdermally through patches. Duragesic is the most known brand name for fentanyl patches. Fentanyl abuse, including…

Fentanyl Abuse and Addiction – Latest News

Table of Contents Prince’s Fentanyl Overdose Sparks Conversation about Fentanyl Addiction Killer Painkillers Managing Pain Without Addiction Friday, April 21, 2017, marks a year since the sudden and shocking overdose death of Prince. The gender- and genre-bending artist defined a generation and redefined the status quo throughout his decades in performance. His passing brought back…

Exalgo Abuse and Addiction – Latest News

Perrigo will be adding to its portfolio of opioid generics. The FDA has approved Exalgo (hydromorphone HCL, 32 mg) extended-release tablets, another of the company’s generics. The drug is an opioid that is intended to manage moderate to severe pain in patients requiring continuous, around-the-clock pain opioid analgesia for an extended period. Perrigo said that…

Evekeo Abuse and Addiction – Latest News

Table of Contents Evekeo Addiction Effects Common side effects Serious side effects Risks Resources and References: The active component in Evekeo is amphetamine sulfate. It is a white, crystalline substance and a sympathomimetic amine of the amphetamine group. The CNS stimulant is a prescription drug and is considered a controlled substance. It can lead to addiction and…

EMSAM Patches Uses, Side Effects and Withdrawal

EMSAM is a prescription medication used to treat major depressive disorder. It belongs to a class of medications called monoamine oxidase inhibitors (MAOIs). EMSAM works by blocking the enzyme monoamine oxidase, which breaks down neurotransmitters such as serotonin, norepinephrine, and dopamine in the brain. By inhibiting this enzyme, EMSAM increases the levels of these neurotransmitters,…

EMBEDA® Extended-Release Capsules CII: Latest Use, Abuse and Addiction News

FDA has approved updated labeling for EMBEDA® (morphine sulfate and naltrexone hydrochloride) extended-release (ER) capsules, for oral consumption, CII, to incorporate abuse-deterrence studies. The updated label says EMBEDA has characteristics expected to mitigate abuse via the oral and intranasal (i.e., snorting) routes when crushed. However, the misuse of EMBEDA by these routes is still a possibility.…