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Treatment & Detox Guide

The Painful Truth about Heroin Detox

Heroin Detox Program

Thousands of heroin uses claim that they don’t get treatment for their addiction simply because they are too afraid of having to go through withdrawal during detox. In fact, many would rather use heroin and remain addicted to this deadly drug than actually deal with the pain and discomforts that come during withdrawal. The truth….

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Codeine the silent addiction

Codeine Addiction

The term ‘heroin addiction’ conjures up images of the down and out, malnourished and skeletal, banging up drugs in a backdrop of squalor with a dirty syringe full of god knows what; a tatty piece of cord-turned-tourniquet, clenched between the teeth with its distal end inflating the last surviving veins. An arm ravaged by years….

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Residential treatment centers- the last ray of hope

The world is losing its morale. With the younger generations getting yielded to drugs, alcohol, smoking and other addictions, it is a high time now to spread awareness about these fatal materials and their consequences and educate the coming generations to stay away from them.   We have not lost completely. There is a ray….

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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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Dangers of binge drinking

Binge drinking is often associated with many health risks including sexually transmitted diseases and alcohol poisoning. While it’s been proven that drinking alcohol in moderation can be good for your health, that is not the case when it comes to binge drinking. FACC Cardiologist Dr. Lynn Einbinder says binge drinking is usually defined as having….

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