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A Profile on Substance Abuse and Recovery: Sarah

Sarah was raised in a small beach town in Florida. Adopted as an infant, she was raised by her parents and was an only child. She had a traditional childhood, was an avid softball player and played on several competitive teams earning herself a scholarship. Her parents didn’t do drugs…

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Heroin Rehab and the Benefits to Detox Off Heroin

Heroin has become a tremendous issue in many parts of the country; teenagers and adults alike are coping with the harmful effects. When you or a loved one is in this situation, recognize that assistance is available. Instead of allowing yourself or your loved one to spiral deeper into this…

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What Are Intervention Techniques?

Mention the word “Intervention” to anyone you talk to, and they’ll tell you that they have at least a vague idea of what the process entails. You create a group scenario for an addict and his loved ones to interact, in order to have said person to seek treatment. This…

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Intervention For Alcoholics

All interventions are delicate propositions that require a lot of planning, considerations, and study of the particular needs of those involved and the situation as a whole. However, alcohol addiction does present a few particular considerations and challenges, which anyone who’s going to be involved in one should be made…

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What Are Intervention Programs?

When I mention the word “Intervention” what probably comes to your mind (as it does for most people) is a version of what you’ve most likely seen in TV shows or movies. While not outlandishly wrong, these portrayals tend to be inaccurate at best, and outright misleading at the worst…

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What are intervention strategies?

Any intervention setup you find yourself in is bound to be charged with a lot of energy, anxiety, and anticipation. It is a complex, emotional interaction between a multifaceted group of people. You have, of course, the person with substance dependency. The lynchpin on who’s the whole endeavor is based…

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Number of People Seeking Marijuana Addiction Treatment Rising

Now that marijuana possession has been decriminalized in a number of US states, there are fewer instances where people are being sent to marijuana treatment programs by the legal system. Even though the number of instances of court-ordered treatment is dropping, survey results are showing that numbers are up for…

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Rich Kids at Higher Risk for Addiction, According to New Study

The results of a new study have found that teens who come from an upper-middle class background are at higher risk for drug or alcohol addiction than the national average. The researchers found that in their mid-twenties, young adults from a well-to-do background were two-to-three times more likely to be…

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Small Amounts of Alcohol Consumption Linked To Breast Cancer

In the past, scientists have found that alcohol consumption is linked to a variety of diseases, including throat, liver and esophageal cancer. And now a new report released by the American Institute for Cancer Research states that even small amounts of alcohol consumed regularly can increase the chances of developing…

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Study: Even Short-Term Opioid Use can Cause Dependency

At the Society for Academic Emergency Medicine’s annual meeting in Orlando, Florida, researchers presented a new study that warns against prescribing opioids for minor pain. The room full of doctors and medical professionals listened to Kit Delgado, an assistant professor of Emergency Medicine and Epidemiology at the University of Pennsylvania,…

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