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Social Media Website Teaches Drug Use

Last week, social media was abuzz with the news of a new website that encourages drug use. Socialbarrell.com called attention to…

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Cost of Substance Abuse Treatment on the Rise

Recently, Forbes magazine reported on a new study on substance abuse from the nonprofit Health Care Cost Institute. The study showed:  “…a…

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Caregivers Can Benefit From Therapy

Last week, The New York Times ran an interesting article about caregivers of the elderly who experience post-traumatic stress-like symptoms and…

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Letting Go to Achieve More

Last week, Dr. Mark Hyman wrote a fantastic article about “letting go” that was published in the Huffington Post.  There is…

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Women Under Pressure Turn To Prescription Medication

Drugrehab.us recently reported on the downside of what many people are calling “superwomen syndrome.” This term refers to the pressure women…

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A Pennsylvania Women Offers Free Yoga to Fight Addiction

Philly.com is spreading the word about a yoga instructor in Upper Darby — a Philadelphia neighborhood that has long suffered from…

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Seeking an Evidence-Based Treatment Program

An article by Jane E. Brody in the  New York Times, points to some disturbing statistics.  “Of the 23.5 million teenagers…

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To Increase Productivity, Do Less

Creating a healthy lifestyle is essential to maintaining sobriety and part of healthy living is learning to effectively manage stress. Addicts…

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Bipolar Disorder in Teens Strongly Linked to Substance Abuse

We’ve long known that substance abuse is closely linked with certain psychological disorders. Co-occurring disorders complicate recovery for a large percentage…

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