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Teen drinking not going away

Four ordinary kids sat around a table at a local youth center after being posed one simple question. It was the question asked of many in the under-21 crowd, and they gave the same answer given by a majority of their peers. “I drink. I’m not going to lie,” said a 16-year-old. It’s the same….

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What are Residential Treatment Centers Like?

Residential treatment centers are full of activities and methods for helping you to clean off of an addiction that has begun to rule your life. The process of detoxing from any substance that your body has become addicted to is not easy and can be a bit painful, so that aspect of a residential treatment….

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Drinking problem: Too many people binge

Alcohol-related crime is much higher in communities where more people binge drink, and too many people binge drink in Inverell. That information has come from the initial findings of the Alcohol Action in Rural Communities (AARC) project. Close collaborations with members of the Inverell community and the AARC project have helped reveal that rural NSW….

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Indiana's state death rate may be influenced by state alcohol taxes.

From 2001 to 2005 alone, an average of 1,507 Hoosiers died each year from alcohol-related causes, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Recently, research has found that many of these deaths could have been prevented with higher alcohol tax rates. The American Journal of Public Health released a study Thursday that found….

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Is Compulsive Shopping A Mental Disorder?

There is little doubt that compulsive shopping can cause severe impairment and distress, two key criteria for formal recognition as a mental disorder. But the rest remains up for grabs: Is compulsive shopping a biologically driven disease of the brain, a learned habit run amok, an addiction in its own right or a symptom of….

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