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Treatment & Detox Guide

Who Needs Crystal Meth Treatment?

One of the fastest growing drug problems and also one of the most dangerous epidemics in the United States is the use of crystal meth. Methamphetamine is a highly addictive street drug that was once only found to be prevalent in rural areas but can now be found dominating thousands of US cities and towns,….

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How Residential Drug Treatment Centers Help You Stay Sober

sober life

As a lifestyle of its own, drug addiction leaves many a person at the mercy of their drug of choice. What starts out as a recreationalpursuit becomes a series of inescapable urges to use no matter what the consequences may be. The decision to live drug-free takes a considerable amount of courage and insight, and….

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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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Voices of hope for alcoholics

When I attend meetings of Alcoholics Anonymous, I speak of my “experience, strength and hope.” As an alcoholic in recovery, I carry that message to others as part of the 12-step program I work in AA. This week, I listened to other voices, both younger and older, carry the message, too, from as near as….

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Book Explores World of High-Functioning Alcoholics

A new book provides insights into the lives of so-called “high-functioning alcoholics” and the special challenges faced by those who need treatment but lack the impetus of hitting rock-bottom, the New York Times reported May 4.Sarah Allen Benton, author of “Understanding the High-Functioning Alcoholic,” offers herself as an example: she holds a Master’s degree from….

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