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Treatment & Detox Guide

Is Executive Drug Treatment Right for Me?

Substance abuse is a serious problem that affects thousands of people both rich and poor. Suffering from drug addiction does not have to be the end of your career and you don’t have to feel like there is no hope for you if you are a business professional who is addicted to drugs. Executive drug….

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Taking Control of Your Addiction Treatment

Addiction Treatment Program

Drug addiction is a dangerous disease that can result in death—but you can take control of your addiction, your treatment and ultimately your life. For those who suffer from addiction, the decision to get help can be a difficult decision to make but at the same time, it could be a lifesaving decision. When drug….

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Impaired judgment on alcohol bills

Alcohol abuse

True to its history of impaired judgment when it comes to handling alcohol, the Indiana General Assembly this year placed narrow business interests ahead of public welfare — and didn’t even do so evenhandedly. Regrettably, Gov. Mitch Daniels signed into law bills to expand Sunday hours for bars, give microbreweries a special dispensation to sell….

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Web Delivers New Worry for Parents: Digital Drugs

We all know that music can alter your mood. Sad songs can make you cry. Upbeat songs may give you an energy boost. But can music create the same effects as illegal drugs? This seems like a ridiculous question. But websites are targeting your children with so-called digital drugs. These are audio files designed to….

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Opiate detox

Opiate intake regularly can lead to disorders related to the central nervous system. In an opiate addiction, the person is habitual to taking opiate drugs for “pain management”. This constant use of the opiates, affects the functioning of the nerve cells that results in the end of the “natural endorphins” production, which are capable of….

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