Treatment & Detox Guide
More than 23.5 million people in the United States have had a problem with drugs or alcohol. Seven percent of those people are women. The United States has tens of thousands of facilities that are equipped to take care of the treatment needs of these women. When so many facilities are open and available to….
Nova Scotia still has a drinking problem. People in the province still drive drunk, still go on benders at bars, still drink underage and some drink while pregnant. To combat this, last August the provincial Department of Health Promotion and Protection launched a strategy called Changing the Culture of Alcohol Use in Nova Scotia. Almost….
I Was – I am – an alcoholic, now in recovery. I come from a good family, but when I was 15 my parents went through a very bitter split and I couldn’t handle it – my whole support network and the life I had went out of the window. I couldn’t understand, so I….
Opiate addiction develops out of a series of changes that take place inside the brain. Over time, these changes alter the brain’s overall structures and chemical processes. As these alterations take shape, a vicious cycle of opiates and the brain ensues for as long as a person continues to use. According to the U. S…..
It was a sight that stunned early-morning surfers and left environmentalists in disbelief. For the first time in memory, San Diego-area beaches didn’t look like a dump the morning after Independence Day. With alcohol banned at most county beaches this year, Fourth of July festivities were milder, family-friendly affairs up and down the coast. And….