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Teenager with ADHD

ADHD mostly affects small children. However, many times it does happen that children with ADHD do suffer from this disorder even in their teenage. Therefore, though children suffering from ADHD successfully navigate from school years if properly treated, the child with ADHD, when enters his teenage needs to be again re-evaluated for this disorder. And….

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Think before you drink, says University research

People are being urged to think before they drink as part of a research project aimed at changing people’s binge drinking habits. A team of health psychologists at The University of Nottingham plan to discover whether using the workplace to supply information on the health effects of binge drinking and asking employees for a small….

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Is Private Addiction Treatment Right for Me?

Private addiction treatment is a discrete and successful way for you to overcome your drug or alcohol addiction. A large amount of people who are addicted to drugs are embarrassed for their communities and loved ones to find out. At the same time, when a person wants to come clean from their drug addiction, having….

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Teenagers and Drug abuse

Drugs can be defined as chemical substances that can have a therapeutic or non- therapeutic effect on the body of the person who consumes them. Among the population of drug abuser, the rate of teenagers is very high, which is the most concerning part of the drug abuse. Teenagers and drug abuse are closely associated….

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Administrators urge students to ask for help with alcohol

When Rosalie Cebreros went out with friends Thursday evening, she found herself in a place she least expected: the Addiction Recovery Center. It wasn’t even the freshman’s first visit to the ARC this fall semester. Cebreros, an open-option major, spoke from the audience about her experience with excessive alcohol consumption during a panel discussion on….

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