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Magnolia, Arkansas Treatment Centers

South AR Youth Services 128 North Washington Street
Suite 308
Magnolia, AR 71754
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Crack Addiction Treatment Centers

crack addiction treatment

Cocaine is one of the most widely used and abused drugs in the United States. Crack addiction is a dangerous condition that results from the use of crack cocaine. Left untreated, crack addiction can kill an individual, but there are treatment centers that specialize in treating crack addiction. Crack addiction treatment is similar to many….

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Canadians spend millions drinking just to sleep

Canadians are spending hundreds of millions of dollars every year self-medicating their insomnia with alcohol, a new study suggests. “We were very surprised to see that so many people use alcohol as a way to promote sleep, particularly because it has more detrimental than beneficial effects on sleep,” says Charles Morin, a professor of psychology….

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Drug Treatment Center Facts

Various myths surround drug treatment center news and information but do you know the facts? If you are considering drug treatment for yourself or a loved one then you have got to know the facts associated with drug treatment centers to assure that you understand both what you are getting into as well as what….

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Most substance abusers seek treatment for drugs

People who go into substance-abuse treatment in North Carolina are more likely to be involved with drugs than with alcohol, according to a new federal report released today. However, help is more easily available for alcohol abuse, the report says. During the past 15 years, the report says, more North Carolinians are being admitted to….

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