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The Long-Term Consequences of Cocaine Use
The Long-Term Consequences of Cocaine Use

The Long-Term Consequences of Cocaine Use Content reviewed by Karen Rubenstein, LMFT, Chief Clinical Officer at Cliffside Malibu Cocaine is a…

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Risky Choices: Causes of Hepatitis

Risky Choices: Causes of Hepatitis A diagnosis of hepatitis can cause a variety of feelings, maybe even shame, embarrassment or fear….

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Cocaine and Addiction

Is Cocaine Addictive? According to the Foundation for a Drug Free World, cocaine creates the greatest psychological dependence of any drug,…

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Why Can’t People Get Healthcare in Rural America?

Why Can’t People Get Healthcare in Rural America? There is a medical crisis in rural America. There aren’t enough physicians to…

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Apples and Honey, but No Wine: Here’s How the High Holidays Can Support Your Recovery

Apples and Honey, but No Wine: Here’s How the High Holidays Can Support Your Recovery A plane ticket home can burn…

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While We’re Focused on Opioids, Alcohol Abuse Remains a Leading Cause of Death

While We’re Focused on Opioids, Alcohol Abuse Remains a Leading Cause of Death Did you know that according to the National…

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Can the Poor Really get their Addiction and Mental Health Needs Met?

Can the Poor Really get their Addiction and Mental Health Needs Met? An article in the UK’s The Guardian shares Steve’s…

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Alcohol Benefits to Health Not Accurate, Especially for the Elderly

Alcohol Benefits to Health Not Accurate, Especially for the Elderly For years, many people have argued about the benefits of drinking…

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Could Drug Abuse be Influencing the War(s) in the Middle East?

Could Drug Abuse be Influencing the War(s) in the Middle East? The Middle East is dealing with an epidemic of methamphetamine…

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Understanding How the Brain Reacts to Addictive Substances: It’s a Dopamine Thing

Understanding How the Brain Reacts to Addictive Substances: It’s a Dopamine Thing Brigham Young University professor Scott Steffensen and his collaborators…

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