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Caldwell, Idaho Treatment Centers

Bow Creek Recovery Center 13362 Davenport Lane
Caldwell, ID 83607
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Family Services Center 704 Albany Street
Caldwell, ID 83605
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District 3 Probation and Parole 3110 East Cleveland Boulevard
Building D
Caldwell, ID 83605
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Bell Chem Dependency Counseling Inc Caldwell 2719 South Kimball Avenue
Caldwell, ID 83605
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Insight Consulting Inc ASAP 2423 South Georgia
Suite A
Caldwell, ID 83605
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Bell Chem Dependency Counseling Inc Linden House 1208 East Linden Street
Caldwell, ID 83605
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Heavy Alcohol Use May Increase Prostate Cancer Risk

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Men who drink alcohol heavily and on a regular basis may be putting themselves at increased risk for prostate cancer, according to a new study published in Cancer, the American Cancer Society’s peer-reviewed medical journal. The study also found that heavy alcohol use may diminish the possible preventive properties of finasteride, a drug that has….

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Drug addiction- an overview

Many a times in our lives, we do face problems. These problems are bound to break us emotionally as well as psychologically. Therefore, as a way out, one make take the help of certain chemical substances like the drugs that relieves him of all tensions or stress temporarily. This may lead him to getting addicted,….

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Alcohol Linked to Cancer Risk in Women

Study Shows Even Low-to-Moderate Drinking Raises Risk of Cancer Women who drink as little as one alcoholic beverage a day — be it beer, wine, or hard liquor — have a significantly higher cancer risk than women who don’t drink at all, a study shows. Researchers followed more than 1.2 million middle-aged women for an….

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First Nations must find ways to curb alcohol use

Alcohol-related deaths among First Nations in B.C. are a staggering five times higher than for other British Columbians, says a prominent First Nations doctor, who argues aboriginal leaders need to start working on an alcohol strategy to save lives. Dr. Evan Adams, aboriginal health physician adviser in the office of the Provincial Health Officer, believes….

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