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Lancaster, Pennsylvania Treatment Centers

Drug and Alcohol Rehab Service Inc Manos House 121 South Prince Street
Lancaster, PA 17603
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Nuestra Clinica Drug and Alcohol 545 Pershing Avenue
Lancaster, PA 17602
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Lancaster Freedom Center 436 North Lime Street
Lancaster, PA 17602
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Mission New Life First United Methodist Church 29 East Walnut Street
Lancaster, PA 17602
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Lancaster Clinical Counseling Assoc 131 East Orange Street
2nd Floor Rear
Lancaster, PA 17602
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Rehab Management Inc DBA Rehab After Work 1725 Oregon Pike
Suite 205-B
Lancaster, PA 17601
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Treatment & Detox Guide

Understanding the Treatments for Anorexia

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According to the world renowned Mayo Clinic the definition of Anorexia Nervosa (Anorexia) is: “an eating disorder that causes people to obsess about their weight and the food they eat” (Mayo Definition). Anorexia can cause unrealistic expectations of body type and a distorted view of body image, causing Anorexia suffers to starve themselves trying to….

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The big problem – drugs and alcohol

I started needing alcohol in the morning to function “Generally, people don’t have a clear concept of what the treatment for drug addiction is … they come either with no expectations or with various expectations,” said Dan Wolf, psychologist and managing director of The Gap and First Step, two drug rehabilitation centres in Johannesburg. “People….

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Binge drinking ‘increases risk’ of dementia

More under-65s – and women in particular – will suffer alcohol-related brain damage, say doctors Women are more at risk of dementia through drinking because they metabolise alcohol differently from men. Heavy drinking may be to blame for one in four cases of dementia. Doctors have linked alcohol intake to the development of the brain-wasting….

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