What Happens When a Baby Is Born Addicted to Drugs?

What Happens When a Baby Is Born Addicted to Drugs?

The tragedy of addiction at birth Some people see addiction as a personal choice instead of a disease and they usually look down upon addicts, but sometimes that drug addict is a baby who was born that way… no choice of his or her own. Research has shown that...

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Prenatal care for women addicted to opioids

Prenatal care for women addicted to opioids

The opioid crisis in America has reached epidemic proportions, according to the Surgeon General’s recently released landmark report. In 2016, 12.5 million Americans misused prescriptions 174 deaths are caused each day by a drug overdose. Its reported that only 20% of...

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