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16 Mar Top Triggers for Men Who Relapse

Relapse is often a part of the recovery process for addiction, just like it is for other diseases like diabetes or asthma. Although setbacks are sometimes part of the process, men who are in recovery should not let this become an excuse to continue abusing...

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09 Mar Recovery Tools Targeted for Men

Each individual case of addiction is unique, and each addict needs specialized care to have the best chance at a successful recovery. That being said, there are many gender-specific commonalities that addicts share that help to target treatment options. Men and women experience addiction differently,...

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23 Feb The History of Methamphetamine in the U.S.

Many of the drugs that we use today in modern medicine, as well as on the street, are variations of drugs that various cultures have been using for thousands of years. Opioids like heroin have been in use since about 3400 BC, and South American...

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16 Feb Star Stands Up for His Sobriety

You can imagine how hard it would be to stay clean and sober in Hollywood, especially if you have a history of addiction. We see the evidence of this difficulty time and time again in the gossip mags, as celebrities continually fall back into patterns...

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09 Feb Talking to Others About a Loved One in Rehab

When a loved one goes away to rehab, it’s a hopeful time for their family and friends at home. You’re feeling excited, apprehensive, worried, and proud, all at the same time. Concerns about how your loved one is doing are probably at the forefront of...

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26 Jan Finding Real Help for Addiction

Most addicts want help with their disease once they realize they have a problem, but often times we reach out to the wrong sources for support and healing. Addiction isn’t something that we can overcome on our own, and it’s not something that our friends...

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19 Jan Helping Your Child Avoid Addiction

Addiction is a serious illness and it’s one that too often begins in the teen years. Parents are the best resource kids have to avoid addiction, but you have to know how to get started on supporting them to be effective. Start Talking Early The best...

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12 Jan Encouraging Dips in Teen Drug Use Trends

NIDA (National Institute on Drug Abuse) has released their Monitoring the Future survey results for 2014, and there’s some pretty good news! While some areas of teen drug use have stayed level or increased, other areas have decreased, indicating that more teens are starting to...

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