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Edible Pot: One Problem of Marijuana Legalization

Edible Pot: One Problem of Marijuana Legalization   The Colorado marijuana industry has produced marijuana-infused edible products that are so tasty,…

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Trauma and Poverty Effects on Children

Trauma and Poverty Effects on Children One of the causal factors for developing addiction can be childhood trauma, abuse, or untreated…

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Dual diagnosis treatment plans at Cliffside Malibu, two women speaking to each other while seated.
Alcohol: Are the Heart-Health Benefits Real?

Alcohol: Are the Heart-Health Benefits Real? Is moderate alcohol use generally safe? Are the purported health benefits of moderate alcohol consumption…

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Addiction and Mental Disorders: Are They Related?

Addiction and Mental Disorders: Are They Related? Scientists have linked mental disorders to addiction, noting that addicts often have one or…

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Concern about New Prescription Pain Medicines

Concern about New Prescription Pain Medicines Prescription narcotics were responsible for almost half the total overdose deaths in 2010. Thus, Many…

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Stress: Men and Women Handle It Differently

Stress: Men and Women Handle It Differently Stress. Everyone deals with it on almost daily basis. Often, we don’t even notice…

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Man sitting at a table thinking about his aftercare plan after leaving Cliffside Malibu, an addiction treatment center in Malibu, California.
Are ADHD Studies Accurate?

Are ADHD Studies Accurate? Twenty years ago, the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) asked more than a dozen experts what…

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Touch Can Improve Your Mental Health

Touch Can Improve Your Mental Health Results of a recent study may lead to new therapies for depression and anxiety as…

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Bullying Can Have Life-Long Effects

Bullying Makes Victims More Likely to Smoke, Become Ill, and Develop Psychiatric Disorders as Adults “A part of growing up” or…

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Steps for More, and Better, Sleep

Over 70 million Americans sleep poorly or not enough. The causes can be self-inflicted (staying up late to finish a good…

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