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Maud, Oklahoma Treatment Centers

Clay Crossing Foundation Inc 32018 Highway 59
Maud, OK 74854
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Treatment & Detox Guide

Choosing a treatment program for cancer

Cancer is a fatal disease. The number of deaths around the globe due to cancer is at a larger scale. Any treatment for cancer aims at destroying the cancer cells and as far as possible prevents its re-occurring. It is the responsibility of your doctor, to help you understand the various treatment programs available. In….

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Substance abuse

Scientifically, the term substance abuse refers to the dependency of a human being on “psychoactive” substances like drugs, alcohol, tobacco or cigarettes in excessive and repetitive manner which is very harmful to the body and largely fatal. Substance abuse can lead to adverse social consequences and can also lead an individual to face failure in….

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How Long Will Alcohol Detox Take?

coping with alcohol withdrawal

Alcohol Detox Timeline Alcohol addiction will cause intense and painful withdrawal symptoms for the majority of alcoholics who stop drinking, which is why medical supervision is highly advised in people who wish to stop drinking after abusing alcohol for years. However, the physical withdrawal symptoms, though intense, usually will subside after the first five days….

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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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Drinking Makes You Dumber?

A new study shows that binge drinking may have far more significant effects than merely a bad hangover the next day. Researchers from the University of Santiago de Compostela in Galicia, Spain, reported that binge drinking can affect the brain in similar ways that are seen in chronic alcohol abusers. Binge drinking is defined in….

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