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Why Equine Therapy Helps in Prescription Drug Treatment

What is Equine Therapy? Equine Therapy is a form of psychotherapy which uses horses as tools to help a person with emotional problems that they are having a hard time overcoming; equine therapy will help a person rebuild trust in their life, which includes trust with their self and trust in others. The bond between….

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Parents, don’t help your babies grow up to be drunkards

Don’t help your babies grow up to be drunkards. It’s a message that some parents should take to heart, especially in hard-drinking Bay County, where teens apparently have easy access to alcohol. Because it’s sometimes provided by parents. In fact, wrong-headed adults are hosting parties at their houses for kids to consume alcohol in a….

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New Research Improves Early Detection And Survival For Pancreatic Cancer

There are new and innovative methods to better understand the risk factors for and improve earlier detection of pancreatic cancer. Specifically, researchers can demonstrate that the development of, new biomarkers, novel treatment targets, innovative approaches to screening and surveillance and improved understanding of risk factors can lead to diagnosis of pancreatic cancer at earlier more….

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10 Ways Alcohol Abuse Treatment Will Change Your Life

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1. Alcohol Withdrawal Can Be Deadly. While some experience mild alcohol withdrawal, others go through “a severe form of alcohol withdrawal called delirium tremens” (NLM). Its symptoms can include seizures, hallucinations, and fever, and a person experiencing it should be taken to the hospital immediately. In treatment, these symptoms can be controlled. 2. It Can….

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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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