Ann Arbor, Michigan Treatment Centers
4250 Plymouth Road
Ann Arbor, MI 48109 View Details →
P.O. Box 995
Ann Arbor, MI 48106 View Details →
Ann Arbor, MI 48104 View Details →
INDIANAPOLIS — Hey dude, can we talk? Marijuana advocates who say pot is safer than alcohol want colleges to wade into a hazy debate over whether schools’ tough pot penalties are actually worsening their drinking woes. They argue that stiff punishments for being caught in a campus dorm with pot steer students to booze and….
The Salvation Army’s Clitheroe Center is gearing up to accept alcoholics involuntarily committed to a new detoxification program, becoming the only rehabilitation facility currently in town that will hold patients for a month or more to force them to sober up. The scheduled opening this month comes on the heels of a spate of homeless….
Opiate addiction develops out of a series of changes that take place inside the brain. Over time, these changes alter the brain’s overall structures and chemical processes. As these alterations take shape, a vicious cycle of opiates and the brain ensues for as long as a person continues to use. According to the U. S…..
Whether drinking alcohol helps or hurts your chances of avoiding heart disease and stroke may depend on your gender as well as how much you imbibe, a new study finds. The report, which appears online July 11 in the journal Stroke, looked at the drinking habits and lifestyles of more than 80,000 Japanese men and….
Finally, after America has frittered away billions of taxpayer dollars arming Latin American death squads, airdropping toxic herbicide on equatorial farmland, and incarcerating more of its own citizens on nonviolent drug charges than any other industrialized nation, two political leaders last week tried to begin taming the most wildly out of control beast in the….
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