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What is Opidemic.help?
Opidemic.help is "Your Answer Machine" to the "TOP" questions asked regarding pain and addiction. Opidemic is a word coined by the overlap of the words "opioid" and "epidemic." At Opidemic.help learn what are the latest breakthroughs, solutions and lifesaving insights in confronting the realities of the disease.
Opioid Docs (documents)
- website with links to wide range of resources
Opioid Doc APP
- APP with useful information in mobile access
- links to websites on pain and addiction
- website with links to medical services in USA
Dr Rotchford Clinic
- national leader in treating pain and addiction
Dr Rotchford Physician
- doctor on "cutting edge" in opioid treatment solutions
Handouts by Dr Rotchford
- 50+ articles by Dr. Rotchford on Pain and Addiction
- compendium of writings by Dr. Kimber Rotchford on Opioid Epidemic
War On Brains
- critique of modern-day Opium War in USA
Health Care Is a Pain
- satirical website on health care vs. pain care
It Is Not the Drug
- the drug does not cause the epidemic. You do
- caricature spokesman for solutions to the opioid epidemic
- steps one, two, three to counteract opioid overdoses
- line of products to assist treatment and recovery
Books on Pain
- books, handouts on pain and addiction topics
Youra Media is a leader in providing, accurate and up-to-date information on pressing topics affecting social problems. This blog is dedicated to finding answers to help our response to the opioid crisis. Today (Thur. Oct 26, 2017) President Trump challenged the medical institutions and pharmaceutical industry to find non-addictive solutions to managing pain without dependence on the addictive opioids currently prescribed as painkillers.
The most exciting candidate to meet the president's challenge is marijuana, more specifically the cannabinol compounds present in cannabis. Researchers at leading medical research centers are discovering that, of the 140 compounds in cannabis, cannabinoids have the ability to lessen the cravings for opioids in the brains of those addicted to opioids. The plant's chemicals do not have the addictive or deadly consequences as in opioid painkillers.