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Treatment & Detox Guide

Why Choose Inpatient Treatment Centers?

According to studies, inpatient treatment centers provide the most effective means of treatment for addiction. Statistics show that the longer a patient remains in inpatient treatment, the longer the patient will remain abstinent from drugs. Inpatient treatment centers are safe and effective. When you decide that it’s time to get help for your addiction, you’ll….

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Effects of binge drinking linger

Heavy drinking adversely affects a person’s performance and perception hours after alcohol has left the body, researchers in Rhode Island said. Researchers at Brown University recruited 95 healthy adults ages 21 to 35 who had reported having a hangover at least one time within the month before the research began. The participants were randomly assigned….

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Choosing the Best Inpatient Heroin Treatment Centers

Heroin dependence can lead to serious side effects, overdose or even death if left untreated. Withdrawal during detox can be challenging and dangerous, inpatient heroin treatment centers provide the safest methods of treatment and care. Consider the safety, cost, location, medical care and effectiveness of inpatient heroin addiction treatment before making a final decision. Heroin….

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Clinical physician argues changes needed to cut into alcohol abuse

Fighting the estimated $5 billion impact of alcohol and drug abuse on society requires more than stricter criminal laws, a physician told a local group Friday. Dr. Richard Brown, Wisconsin Initiative to Promote Healthy Lifestyles clinical director, argued there are several ways to cut such costs in courts, social services and health care: Boost community….

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Recognizing and Treating Alcohol Problems

While some 18 million Americans suffer from alcohol abuse or dependence, only one in eight receives treatment. Poor diagnosis may play a role in people being undertreated, but there are a growing number of tools to help people assess and understand whether they have alcohol problems. One of the latest tools is a new government….

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