Edmund Murphy

Edmund Murphy

Content manager for Recovered. Edmund has an extensive background in addiction research and medical writing, working collaboratively with doctors, substance use disorder specialists, and clinical experts across all content at Recovered. 

In 2021, Edmund completed his MA in creative writing from Birkbeck University of London and pursues literary arts in his spare time.

Latest guides

Insurance Coverage For Substance Abuse Treatment

23 February 2024

Almost all health insurance providers will offer coverage for substance abuse treatment and some forms of mental health treatment. Read here to find out more about insurance cover for addiction treatment.


Amphetamines

31 July 2023

Amphetamines are a category of stimulant drugs that are used as a medication for various disorders as well abused illegally. Read here to learn more.


Porn Addiction Treatment

24 July 2023

Like other behavioral addictions, it is possible to overcome porn addiction with proper treatment and therapy. Read here to learn more.


Trazodone Dosage

20 June 2023

Trazodone is used to treat depression and off-label for a variety of conditions. Learn what trazodone doses are prescribed for different conditions here.


14-Panel Drug Test

02 May 2023

Discover what a 14-panel drug test is, including the drugs tested, detection windows, and sample types used. Learn about its benefits and limitations.

Latest articles

Experts Discuss: Do Weight Loss Drugs Like Ozempic Hold The Answer to Long-Term Weight Management?

30 April 2024

We asked weight loss experts and healthcare professionals whether weight loss drugs like Ozempic hold the answers to long-term weight management, and what the potential risks are.


Candyflipping: Mixing LSD and MDMA

08 August 2023

Mixing LSD and MDMA, known as candyflipping, is a form of polysubstance abuse that produces intense side effects. Learn about candyflipping and the risks.


Counterfeit M30: Spotting Fake Oxycodone Containing Fentanyl

28 October 2022

Recent years have seen a spike in counterfeit M30 oxycodone pills containing lethal fentanyl being sold across America, contributing to the overdose epidemic.