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Mescalero, New Mexico Treatment Centers

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Fears over alcohol test for mothers

Screening breast milk could increase women’s drinking and harm their babies, say doctors Opinions differ among doctors on what are safe levels of alcohol for a breastfeeding mother. A product that tests for traces of alcohol in breast milk has triggered warnings that mothers who rely on its findings could damage the health of babies….

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Alcoholism and Women – The Hidden Disease

On this Mother’s Day, ABC News 20/20 interviews The Orchid Recovery Center and looks at the darker side of an illness shrouded in shame and secrecy. – On Friday April 30th, just in time for this Mother’s Day, the Orchid Recovery Center will be featured on ABC News 20/20 as part of a news story….

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After the cancer treatment

There are many challenges that the patients have to face after the cancer treatment. After the treatment, there are certain chores that the patient needs to follow in order to ensure that everything stays well. Most often, the patients will need to keep regular follow ups with their doctors. Usually these follow up appointments are….

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Many Over 50 Are Binge Drinkers

Five or more drinks a day at one sitting affects 23 percent of men ages 50 to 64, reports Duke University researchers. We don’t usually associate binge drinking, that is guzzling large quantities of alcoholic beverages in one sitting, with older people. Instead it is usually considered a college rite of passage. But a new….

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Recovery rally tackles addiction's stigma

A Murfreesboro resident’s inspiring story in successfully battling an addiction has led to his selection to attend a national “recovery rally” in New York City today. “It is a daily struggle,” said 51-year-old Richard Soper. “You just take it one day at a time.” Soper practices psychiatry primarily in the Nashville area and is president….

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