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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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23 Dec Fun Ideas for a Sober New Year’s Eve

The key to enjoying the holidays sober is to have a plan for your celebrating that is fun and safe. You’re committed to skipping the bar scene on New Year’s Eve this year, but you still want to celebrate and have some fun, right? After...

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16 Dec New Antibody Engineering Could Prevent Relapse

Much of the research surrounding addiction and treatment in recent years has been focused on developing medications to treat withdrawals and to reduce cravings for those in early recovery. Some headway has been made in the area of opioids, but most other types of addiction...

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09 Dec The Risks and Effects of Purple Drank

Purple drank, also known as sizzurp, drank, and lean, is a dangerous drug that is being used more and more often by kids. Songs, social media and internet videos have glamorized the drug, making it even more appealing to young people. Meanwhile, stars who once...

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24 Nov Key Gender Differences in Drug Abuse and Addiction

The path from substance abuse to addiction is vastly different between men and women, with key differences occurring at every step of the way. Research findings compiled by NCBI (National Center for Biotechnology Information) highlight these differences and uncover trends and patterns in this divergent...

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17 Nov The Risks of Alcohol for Men

Almost one in five men will struggle with alcohol dependence at some point in their lives, which is double the rate of women. There are several factors that contribute to this increased risk for alcoholism among men and many of them have to do with...

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