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Durham, North Carolina Treatment Centers

Duke Family Care Program 2222 Erwin Road
DUMC 3418 Suite 116
Durham, NC 27710
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Serenity Partnerships 3622 Lyckan Parkway
Suite 3008-A
Durham, NC 27707
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First Step Services LLC 3329 Chapel Hill Boulevard
Suite 201
Durham, NC 27707
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Carolina Outreach 2670 Durham Chapel Hill Boulevard
Durham, NC 27707
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(TROSA)/Transitional House 1715 Chapel Hill Road
Durham, NC 27707
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Carolina Partners in Mental Health 1502 West Highway 54
Suite 103
Durham, NC 27707
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Parriss and Associate Resource Center 3215 Guess Road
Suite 209
Durham, NC 27705
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Treatment & Detox Guide

Signs and Symptoms of alcohol addiction

Alcohol addiction is a problem largely related to the physiological dependency of a person on alcohol. Therefore, getting rid of the alcohol addiction is not a simple task. Sudden withdrawal from alcohol can be very unpleasant for the addict and can lead to medical consequences, therefore, proper methods needs to be adopted when treating alcohol….

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The symptoms of dual diagnosis

The symptoms of dual diagnosis

Dual diagnosis, as the name suggests, can be defined as the diagnosis of a major mental health disorder along with alcohol or substance addiction at the same time. In a survey, it was found that around 50 percent of the Americans suffered from this problem. Dual diagnosis can affect an individual physically, psychologically and also….

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Boozing Blunts Ability to Read Faces

Heavy drinking can affect the ability to recognize other people’s facial emotions, a new study has found. Researchers used functional MRI to monitor brain activity in 15 abstinent long-term alcoholics while they looked at images of faces with positive or negative emotional expressions. The brain scans revealed decreased activation in the amygdala and hippocampus, regions….

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