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Why should we care about cannabis?

Approximately 4 per cent of the world’s adults – some 162 million people – use cannabis every year, making it the world’s most widely used illicit drug. In some countries, more than half of all young people have tried it. In spite of this high rate of usage, many basic facts about cannabis remain obscure…..

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Basing treatment on faith

At one time, Randy and Kim Cox had no idea they’d be dedicat­ing their lives to a program like Rivers of Hope Ministries. They were missionaries based in Russia for 10 years before returning to the States, where they spent time both in Randy’s native Texas and Kim’s hometown of Prattville. In Russia, a country….

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The Right Alcohol Treatment Centers are the Ones that Work

Alcohol treatment is a fight for your life—are you ready to start fighting? If you or someone you love is addicted to alcohol and you think you are ready to get sober, consider how you will find the right alcohol treatment center. What makes an alcohol treatment center the right one? The answer—the right alcohol….

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Commitment intended to break alcohol cycle

The Salvation Army’s Clitheroe Center is gearing up to accept alcoholics involuntarily committed to a new detoxification program, becoming the only rehabilitation facility currently in town that will hold patients for a month or more to force them to sober up. The scheduled opening this month comes on the heels of a spate of homeless….

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Binge drinking may damage teens’ brains

When teens go on a binge drinking episode, they may be doing serious damage to the sensitive “white matter” in their brain, a new MRI-based study suggests. White matter is involved in relaying information between brain cells, the researchers said. This means that damage caused to the developing brain by bouts of heavy drinking could….

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