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September 1st 2014

Punctuating Addiction Treatment With Acupuncture

One of the best ways to attack an addiction problem therapeutically is to throw a range of different treatment options into the overall plan. Though most therapies will be chosen based on the person’s experience in active addiction and the challenges they face as they move toward their future goals, there are some holistic treatment […]

August 27th 2014

Legalized Marijuana Sparks HOA Arguments

It’s no longer how tall the lawn is allowed to grow or how best to update the neighborhood pool that has homeowners’ association members up in arms, according to the Associated Press. In the states where marijuana is legal for medical or recreational use, a number of HOAs are bickering about their neighbors’ use of […]

August 23rd 2014

Can Animals Help People in Recovery?

Building relationships in recovery is difficult at best. People you know from the past either represent a threat to your sobriety because they are still using drugs and alcohol, or they are distant after the problems that occurred during your active addiction. Meeting new people isn’t always easy either. It can be hard to introduce […]

August 13th 2014

Is Your Childhood to Blame for Your Alcohol Use Disorder?

Very few people have a “perfect” childhood. Most dealt with emotional struggle caused by problems fitting in at school, divorced parents, death of a family member, moving, financial hardship, etc. But for some children, there are extremes of abuse or neglect that can cause psychological damage, and according to a study published in the journal […]

August 10th 2014

Is There Such a Thing as Accidental Addiction?

There are many people in this country who continue to define substance abuse as a choice despite the mountains of scientific evidence that support the notion that addiction is a medical disease. Their reasoning? It was a choice for most addicts to first pick up a drink or try an illicit substance. If they hadn’t […]

August 6th 2014

Marijuana Use Up in US, Down Worldwide

The UN Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) recently released a new report that found that though Americans are using marijuana in increasing numbers, use of the drug around the world has dropped in recent years. In 2008, a little more than 10 percent of Americans over the age of 12 reported past-year use of […]

August 1st 2014

Caffeine Overdose Ruled Cause of Prom King’s Death

When parents worry about what may befall their children during their senior year, few linger on the risks of a caffeine overdose. But for one 18-year-old boy from LaGrange, Ohio, high amounts of caffeine powder caused him to experience seizures and irregular heartbeat that ultimately – and surprisingly – ended his life, according to USA […]

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