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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

Cancer treatment-an insight of chemotherapy

Cancer is an uncontrolled growth of body cells, which can be fatal at times. Cancer is considered as one of the most deadly diseases in the world resulting in the death of large number of people every year. Though cancer is fatal, cancer can be completely treated if detected at early stages. There is no….

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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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Warning over early exposure to alcohol

Giving children alcohol at an early age increases their risk of becoming drink-dependent at a later stage in life, according to new research. The claim challenges the long-held notion that introducing children to alcohol in small measures over time may prevent teenage binge drinking. The new study, by the US National Institute on Alcohol Abuse….

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Alcohol Detox: What to Know If You Need It

The holidays are a time of parties and cheer, but for some the accompanying drinking can be more of a problem than fun. Many think alcoholism is something that can be controlled with reasonable arguments and willpower; however, that`s often not the case. Alcohol changes the body`s chemistry. Long-term, abusive alcohol use creates a toxic….

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