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Treatment & Detox Guide

Long Term Drug Rehab

There are all sorts of methodologies for treating alcohol and drug addiction. Some just require a couple weeks. Most emphasize one month of treatment stay. However, if the addiction is severe enough, a long term drug rehab program may be in the best interest. More and more addiction treatment facilities are emphasizing a 90-day treatment….

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Expert warns teens and alcohol don’t mix

Tasmanian parents are being warned against allowing their children to drink alcohol. The warning follows a national health insurers’ survey of 1200 adults earlier this year. More than half the Tasmanians interviewed thought it was acceptable for 15 to 17-year-olds to drink at home supervised by their parents. The Director of the Brain and Mind….

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Can Outpatient Alcohol Treatment Centers Help Me Stay Sober?

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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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Drug abuse

Drug abuse involves the repeated and excessive use of drugs. Drug abuse today is a major cause for concern and has evil effect on society. Teens constitute a large segment of drug abusers, adults also surrender to drug abuse. Middle-aged people are more prone to abuse prescription drugs. The drug addiction affects the brain and….

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Children ‘copy parents’ drinking’

Parents underestimate the influence their own drinking habits have on their children’s attitude to alcohol, government research suggests. A Department for Children, Families and Schools study suggests children from heavy-drinking households are more likely to use alcohol themselves. And half of young people who have drunk alcohol were given it by their parents. It comes….

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