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Treatment & Detox Guide

The Need for Integrated Treatment at Dual Diagnosis Treatment Centers

co-occurring disorders treatment

Alcohol and drug addictions can slowly destroy a person’s life from the inside out. People in drug addiction treatment contend with ongoing pressures and challenges brought about by the long-term effects of drug use. When recovering addicts must also contend with a psychological disorder, the recovery process becomes that much more difficult. Within the addiction’s….

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Binge Drinking Due To 'Copying' Behavior

The rise in binge drinking in the young is a “fashion phenomenon” where drinkers are copying their associates’ behaviour, new research has shown. A study conducted at Durham University’s Institute of Advanced Study and Volterra Consulting UK shows that social networking is a key factor in the spread of the rapid consumption of large amounts….

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Alcohol Deaths

The National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism reports that more young people today are dying from alcohol-related accidents. Among 18 to 24 year olds, the number of deaths has risen by over 20 percent in the last ten years. “I woke up in the driver’s side seat, blood all over me, glass everywhere. The….

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Young Europeans Drink To Increase Chance of Sex

A new study of young adults in nine European countries found that nearly one in four women and one in three men deliberately engage in binge drinking and drug use to improve their chances of sex. The study also found that young people were more at risk of unsafe sex while under the influence of….

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Problems that go with alcohol impact everyone

Kathy vividly remembers the early morning of Oct. 14, 2006. Her husband Jack doesn’t remember a thing. That’s because it was the day their truck was hit head-on by a drunk driver. Along with their 4-year-old granddaughter, they were heading from their home in New Richmond to the family cabin near Superior. They had worked….

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