Haddon Township, New Jersey Treatment Centers
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Nearly half of students at four-year colleges do it regularly (and, it’s not sex). Rather, it’s binge drinking — downing five or more alcoholic drinks at a sitting. “People have a hard time identifying alcohol as a drug,” said Jenny Hwang, associate dean of students and director of the counseling center at Stony Brook University….
Twelve European health and safety umbrella organisations call for stricter EU-coordinated alcohol policies. In a joint policy statement released today, the twelve organisations urge the EU Council of Ministers of Health: to ensure minimum pricing policies, sales restrictions and discount bans in all Member States; to introduce a EU- labelling system for alcohol products informing….
There is nothing positive about underage drinking. Teenagers sometimes get behind the wheel and drive under the influence which is a big issue. According to studies by the National Crime Prevention Council, automobile crashes related to underage drinking are the leading cause of death for teens. Approximately 36% of traffic deaths of 15- to 20-year-olds….
Opiate overdoses from heroin and prescription pain medications have reached epidemic proportions over the course of the last decade. According to the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention, opiate-induced overdose deaths have increased from 4,030 in 1999 to 16,651 in 2010. For over three decades, emergency responders have used naloxone as an opiate overdose treatment….
Alcohol Treatment at The New Direction Provides Addicts with Hope and a Chance to Live a Normal Life Alcohol addiction affects every aspect of a person’s life including their reputation, family relationships and their ability to live normally. The New Direction provides addicts with a place of hope where they can learn new life-skills and….
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