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Government spending related to smoking and the abuse of alcohol and illegal drugs reached $468 billion in 2005, accounting for more than one-tenth of combined federal, state and local expenditures for all purposes, according to a new study. Most abuse-related spending went toward direct health care costs for lung disease, cirrhosis and overdoses, for example,….
“I am confused about life, it seems like no one understands me, especially my parents, it seems that I live in two different worlds…i will always rebel, I don’t care about the punishments, because they can’t take away my freedom…”, now who do you think is this poem about? Yes, a teenager, a “troubled teen”…..
More oftentimes than not, someone who’s decided to enter a drug treatment center has gone through much heartache and frustration brought on by drug use. Considering how strong a hold drugs (and alcohol) can have on a person’s will, the decision to get needed treatment help takes a considerable degree of will and fortitude. Before….
DNA plays a role in the amount of alcohol you drink, researchers say. Among alcohol-dependent (AD) individuals, DNA variations in the brains serotonergic system influence drinking intensity. Specifically the serotonin transporter gene (SLC6A4) contributes to a persons inclination to drink. Researchers analyzed the associations between 275 AD patients seeking treatment and six variations of SLC6A4…..
Is 18 too young to drink a beer? A group of college and university presidents and administrators have called for a public debate to rethink the legal drinking age in the United States. Some of them openly support lowering the age to 18 from 21; others are truly looking for help in dealing with a….
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