Lifestyle and Health

Substance Abuse and Addiction

The Basics
Narcotics and Sexual Health
Opioids and Sexual Health

The Basics

Once you enter the gray areas of substance use, it's time for the hard questions.

Downsides to androgen use far outweigh the positives, unless you're a fan of liver damage.

The honeymoon phase of quitting substance use can both help and hinder long-term recovery.

Here's how to make your at-home intervention as effective as those on TV.

Narcotics and Sexual Health

Are you living with chronic pain but don't want to resort to narcotics? You have options.

While many illicit drugs heighten sexual desire, they often impair sexual performance.

Uppers can be a real downer for your penis. Learn all about speed erectile dysfunction.

Though effective in the short term, long-term narcotics use has its share of serious risks.

Opioids and Sexual Health

The opioid epidemic is nothing new to America. We just haven't gotten around to fixing it yet.

Capable of a potency up to 100 times that of morphine, this opioid poses a real risk.

Considering their impact, your medications should be an important conversation with your doctor.

When it comes to opioids, it is important—possibly lifesaving—to separate fact from fiction.

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