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Kutztown, Pennsylvania Treatment Centers

Reading Hospital and Medical Center Kutztown University
Boehm Science Center
Kutztown, PA 19530
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Troubled teens

“I am confused about life, it seems like no one understands me, especially my parents, it seems that I live in two different worlds…i will always rebel, I don’t care about the punishments, because they can’t take away my freedom…”, now who do you think is this poem about? Yes, a teenager, a “troubled teen”…..

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Treating teens and adults for substance abuse

The number of teenagers and adults influenced under the substance abuse is greatly increasing worldwide. Substance abuse largely affects the physical and the mental state of a person. Substance abuse affects the body of an individual depending on various the factors like the age, gender, quantity of the drugs taken on regular basis etc. Therefore,….

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Overeaters Anonymous provides support in fight against compulsion

FRAMINGHAM, Mass. — Facing a dozen strangers seated around a table, the heavyset man with thinning hair put down his coffee and paused before introducing himself: “My name is Christian. And I’m a compulsive overeater.” For the next hour, members of the MetroWest Intergroup of Overeaters Anonymous shared personal stories of long-term weight gain and….

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The brain maintains language skills in spite of alcohol damage by drawing from other regions

Researchers know that alcoholism can damage the brain’s frontal lobes and cerebellum, regions involved in language processing. Nonetheless, alcoholics’ language skills appear to be relatively spared from alcohol’s damaging effects. New findings suggest the brain maintains language skills by drawing upon other systems that would normally be used to perform other tasks simultaneously. Prior neuroimaging….

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