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Augusta, Georgia Treatment Centers

Steppingstones to Recovery 2610 Commons Boulevard
Augusta, GA 30909
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Bradford Health Services Augusta Regional Office 105 Rossmore Place
Whitney Place Professional Park
Augusta, GA 30909
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Jones Behavioral Health Inc 114 Pleasant Home Road
Suite A
Augusta, GA 30907
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Serenity Behavioral Health Systems 3421 Mike Padgett Highway
Augusta, GA 30906
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Charlie Norwood VAMC One Freedom Way (26)
Augusta, GA 30904
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Hope House Inc 2205 Highland Avenue
Augusta, GA 30904
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Augusta Metro Treatment Center 525 Ellis Street
Augusta, GA 30901
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Treatment & Detox Guide

Alcohol craving reduced by drugs

Twin research projects have offered both present and future hope to people suffering from alcohol addiction. US researchers say that epilepsy drug topiramate boosts general health as well as cutting the craving for drink. A UK specialist said the potential side-effects of topiramate still merited caution. A separate project showed that a single injection of….

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Addiction Advances Haven’t Made AA Obsolete

Alcoholics Anonymous Group

Although they approach the challenge of addiction differently from scientists, 12-step programs still have a therapeutic role in helping human beings. Alcoholics Anonymous may have pioneered the concept of alcoholism as a disease, but will scientific research that proves the point eventually make AA obsolete? Studies that reveal brain and genetic links to addiction seem….

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Harsh truths about your alcohol intake

This summer has been another wet one. With all the rain it’s enough to drive you to drink! Most of us enjoy a tipple now and again, but do we really know how much is safe and when to stop? Am I better off having an occasional pint or should I cut it out altogether?….

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Warning signs of eating disorder

Eating disorder is largely related to the psychological disturbances that occur in a person. There are two main categories of eating disorder namely, anorexia nervosa and bulimia nervosa. The people with anorexia nervosa are very much concerned about their looks and carry a fear of weight gain thus avoiding intake of food. On the contrary,….

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