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4 Reasons Why Getting Into Drug Rehab is Easier than Ever

4 Reasons Why Getting Into Drug Rehab is Easier than Ever You’ve heard that the decision to enroll yourself in a drug rehab program is one of the biggest, scariest decisions you’ll ever ...
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New Wonder Drug for Those Trying to Quit Meth

New Wonder Drug for Those Trying to Quit Meth A new medication is in testing that may offer a helping hand to patients addicted to meth. The best part-it’s not addictive! Hopefully this will end ...
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Alcohol and Drug Abuse Brought on by Executive Stress?

As a group, business executives are generally placed under conditions of intense stress. Executives and business professionals are typically burdened with unhealthy workplace cultures that demand high ...
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New Cocaine Test Can Detect Drug Usage on Fingerprints

In the past, detecting the presence of drugs in someone's bloodstream and used to involve a costly and lengthy blood or saliva test. Now, however, a new fingerprint test can be used to determine ...
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DEA Takes Man’s Life Savings for Alleged Drug Offense

The DEA is granted a large degree of power in order to prosecute drug-related crimes. However, some critics question the amount of power that the federal agency is granted. Specifically, the DEA has ...
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New Street Drug Flakka Leads to Bizarre Crimes

There's a new drug on the streets, and it's causing people to do unexpected and sometimes bizarre things. The drug goes by the name "Flakka," and it's getting more and more news coverage from the ...
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Addiction and Mental Health – Business Executives

Business Executives and Mental Health Some people say that they flourish on stress and adrenaline in their work environment. But for others, it's extremely detrimental to their mental health. Stress ...
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Are Kids Being Overprescribed Adderall? Creating Addiction?

Adderall is becoming one of the most widely prescribed drugs in America. It's widely used to treat ADHD symptoms. It's also used recreationally as a so-called "study drug," or simply as a stimulant. ...
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Are "Abuse Resistant" Painkillers as Helpful as They Seem?

The abuse of prescription painkillers is reaching epidemic levels in this country. In the past 15 years or so, fatal overdoses have increased by 400%. One way that pharmaceutical companies are trying ...
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Breaking Through the Stigma of Drug Addiction

One of the most important things to remember about addiction is that the so-called "addict" is in fact the victim. The addiction is not the fault of the person who's struggling against it. Addiction ...
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Do Even School Nurses Need Anti-Overdose Drugs Now?

It's well known that fatal drug overdoses are rising every year in the United States. Most of these overdoses come from opioids, including prescription painkillers. In fact, prescription painkillers ...
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Are Scientists Inventing Addiction-Proof Painkillers?

The abuse of prescription painkillers has become one of America's most dangerous pastimes. In fact, opioid painkillers like Percocet, Vicodin, and OxyContin are involved in half of all fatal overdoses ...
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Baltimore: The Heroin Capital of the United States

Baltimore achieved notoriety in the last decade by being featured in the TV show The Wire. It's a city that's seen both tremendous growth and decline in the past several decades, as well as an ...
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Addiction and Triggers - How to Spot Them & Avoid Them

When you're going through addiction recovery at a rehab center, you're taking steps on a journey to a new life for yourself. Every journey has its setbacks, however. In recovery treatment, some of the ...
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Do You Have to Ditch Your Friends to Beat Alcoholism?

Most people who drink in the United States consider themselves "social drinkers." That means they only drink in the company of other people, and usually in social situations like parties or ...
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New Research on the Link Between HIV/AIDS and Drug Addiction

Researchers are studying the link between HIV/AIDS and drug addiction and alcoholism. Funded by the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA), five projects have been declared winners of the ...
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Colorado Sheriffs Suing Colorado for Weed Legalization

Colorado's been making lots of money from Amendment 64-the bill that legalized marijuana. While there are many in Colorado (and around the country) who looked favorably on the legislation, it's not ...
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A Peek Inside the World of Drugs and Music Festivals

It's supposed to be all about the music, but for many festival-goers, large festivals like Ultra are massive drug-fueled blurs. Now, the National Institute of Justice has released findings from ...
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3 Ways to Avoid Drug Relapse After Drug Addiction Rehab

Drug addiction recovery is never simple or easy. Usually, it's a lifelong battle. Many people in recovery find themselves slipping back into drug use at least once or twice during their lives. Up to ...
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Party Drug "Molly" Sends 10 College Students to Hospital

Not everyone has heard of "Molly," one of the newer drugs to become popular among youths. However, Molly is just another form of Ecstasy (or MDMA) , and most people are familiar with the dangers found ...
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Are Insurance Companies Denying Coverage for Drug Rehab?

1 in 4 adult Americans will struggle with a mental health issue this year. 13.6 million are living with a chronic condition. Even more, 9.2 millions Americans struggle with both a s ubstance abuse ...
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Is There a Genetic Component to Beating Alcoholism?

How much is alcoholism a genetic disease? Most people know situations where alcoholism seems to "run in the family." But how much does the science back it up? Research hasn't made a definitive ...
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Do the 12 Steps Work for Trauma as Well as for Addiction?

The 12-Step program has long been a staple of treatment for alcoholism or drug addiction. But what about other ailments? Are the 12 Steps only effective for combating addiction? One innovative ...
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Does Drug Policy Change Crime Rates? The Case for Treatment

Colorado, Washington state, Uruguay, and Portugal… they've all been in the news lately for their approaches to legalizing or decriminalizing certain drugs. Supporters of the new laws say that ...
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How to Have a Fun Holiday Without Drugs and Alcohol

How to Have a Fun Holiday Without Drugs and Alcohol Can I enjoy the holidays without using drugs and alcohol? The holidays a great time to get together with family and friends and enjoy life together ...
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