Treatment & Detox Guide
The scene is familiar to most people: a person stands up in the meeting and says, “Hi, my name is John and I’m an alcoholic.” “John” is in a good place. He’s where he can get help and support and the room is full of people like himself battling alcoholism. But there’s somebody else who….
The ancient Egyptian text of the Papyrus Antastasi gave a look into the satirical, yet advanced minds of society. One quote from this text said the following: “Don’t undertake to drink a whole pitcher of beer. Because if you then talk, from your mouth comes nonsense.” Didn’t we learn anything from the ancient Egyptians? Drinking….
While the physiological damage and social havoc created by alcohol abuse and dependency are well-known, it is also true that light-to-moderate drinking has certain health benefits. This mini-review summarizes a roundtable discussion held at the July 2007 annual meeting of the Research Society on Alcoholism in Chicago, Illinois. Results will be published in the February….
With their drinking problems behind them, studies show recovered alcoholics may still face social disorders or deficits. According to ABC News, a recent Boston-based study by the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism and the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs compared the brain function of a group of former alcoholics with the brain function….
A Seminar released on June 13, 2008 in The Lancet discusses nicotine addiction, and the potential for reducing its disease burden and death toll by improving public knowledge and using treatments individual to patients. This includes the potential creation of an antinicotine vaccine. Nicotine is a stimulant classically found in tobacco, and its chronic addiction….