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Treatment & Detox Guide

Treatment centers- the right choice

Today, the larger number of population is under addiction. Addiction can be of any chemical substances, such as the drugs, alcohol, smoking etc, which are capable of altering the physical and mental state of an individual. There is no age limit for any addiction. The addiction rate among teens, adolescents and adults is increasing every….

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Abstinence the path to avoid alcoholism

Parents throughout Victoria and Canada are vehemently opposed to their children taking illicit drugs — but what about the most widely used, and deadliest drug of all? There is a killer that lives among us every day — a killer called alcohol. In recent years, it has been common practice for parents to condone underage….

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Mixing Drinks With Work and Staying Sober, Too

FOR Del Pedro, a bartender at the Pegu Club in SoHo, Mondays are especially challenging. That’s when he allows himself careful tastes of new drinks at the bar, where cocktails are designed with precision. Mr. Pedro, an alcoholic with almost 15 years of sobriety behind him, is part of a quiet brigade of people who….

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Can Outpatient Alcohol Treatment Centers Help Me Stay Sober?

you can find the help you need

Outpatient alcohol treatment centers will provide you with therapy, strategies and education to help you stay sober, but at an outpatient alcohol treatment center you will not be living at the facility and therefore it is ultimately up to you to stay sober when you are not in treatment. The Help from Outpatient Alcohol Treatment….

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Cirrhosis – The silent killer

Cirrhosis Liver

This is the stark image of the silent killer everyone who drinks too much should remember. Shrivelled and lumpy, the liver belongs to someone who has developed advanced cirrhosis. The condition can develop without any noticeable symptoms until the damage to the organ becomes so serious that it is far too late to do anything….

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