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Treatment & Detox Guide

Living With An Alcoholic

Alcoholism is a disease that plagues America. It is often known as a family disease because it affects the whole family, not just the drinker. It can be tough for non-drinkers to live in the same home as the alcoholic. Often the family tries to deny the problem and continue to pretend that their chaos….

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Alcohol can wreak havoc on health goals

Sometimes nothing sounds better after a long, hard day than an ice-cold Dos Equis or a glass of pinot noir. There’s also plenty of research to show that red wine is filled with antioxidants and can increase good cholesterol, while moderate alcohol consumption by men can lead to a decreased risk of heart attack. So….

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Why Doctors Are Giving Heroin to Heroin Addicts

Treating heroin addicts by giving them heroin might seem counterintuitive. But for some of the most hardened addicts, administering heroin in supervised clinics may just do the trick where detox and methadone have failed. Following the lead of Switzerland and a handful of other countries, Britain recently concluded a four-year trial in which longtime addicts….

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5 Questions to Ask Before Choosing a Drug Treatment Center

If you or a loved one is addicted to drugs and needs help, you should be prepared to present a series of questions when trying to choose between the variety of addiction treatment centers that are available. If you are looking for a drug rehabilitation hospital or outpatient drug rehabilitation program, or some less invasive….

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Five policies on mental health and addiction

Addiction and mental health

This week – the countdown toward the federal election – has been Mental Illness Awareness week. The cost of mental illness to the Canadian economy in terms of health care and lost productivity is estimated to be $51 billion a year. Given the absence of mental health and addiction issues from the campaign, it appears….

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