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Treatment & Detox Guide

Alcohol Treatment Centers: How Can They Help Me?

Are you wondering how alcohol treatment centers can really help you to overcome alcohol addiction? Maybe you have tried to quit drinking before and were able to do it for a while so you think, “I quit before so I could do it again if I REALLY wanted to.” Alcohol treatment centers can help you….

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Treatment Facility Opens Women's Center

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – There are major differences between men and women when it comes to battling drug and alcohol addiction. It turns out women are more likely to fall into addiction and more likely to develop serious health problems because of it, according to a Nashville area substance abuse facility. For more than 40 years,….

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Do You Drink Too Much?

Go on, have another. You’ll be hailing the cab anyway as you’re a bit over the limit now. As for tomorrow, you survived work with a hangover last Tuesday, didn’t you? Besides, it’s your boss offering the next round! Make it a pint. Oh, and mental note: don’t forget to pick up some beer tomorrow….

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Quit alcohol to lead a better life

Drinking alcohol has time and again proven to be hazardous for all. Several tragedies and unpleasant incidents can be credited to heavy drinking habits. Though it may seem difficult, the habit can be given up by following some simple and smart steps. Every Year, thousands die in alcohol-related tragedies – acute alcohol poisonings, car accidents,….

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Are Americans in Denial about the Widespread Abuse of Prescription Drugs?

Abuse of Prescription Drugs Treatment

CASA’s just-released National Survey of American Attitudes on Substance Abuse, has found that those who fail to monitor their children’s school night activities, safeguard their prescription drugs, address the problem of drugs in their children’s schools, and set good examples increase the risk that their 12-17 year old children will smoke, drink, and use illegal….

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