Percodan Use in Rural Areas

The use and abuse of Percodan is generally more common in rural areas than it is in urban or suburban areas. Rural use of Percodan often goes unnoticed due to low population density and less focus on substance abuse. There are many different factors that may be contributing to the higher...

How Can I Tell If My Child Is High on Percodan?

Kids of all ages are getting their hands on some incredibly intense drugs that parents could have never envisioned. The variety of drugs and substances that children and teens abuse are forcing parents to expand their knowledge of drug abuse on a daily basis as the list of experimental...

Doctors: Is Your Patient Addicted to Percodan?

Percodan is an opiate drug (a combination of oxycodone and aspirin) that reduces feelings of physical pain. Percodan addiction can often begin with a legitimate prescription that helps the patient cope with moderate pain. Excessive or extended use of this prescription can lead to...

Signs and Symptoms of Percodan Addiction

Percodan is a prescription-strength opiate pain reliever that is highly addictive due to one of its ingredients, oxycodone. Even if taken for a short period of time, a user can become dependent on Percodan. Many times individuals begin taking Percodan because of a doctor’s...