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Buprenorphine: Not the Silver Bullet Doctors Hoped for

Buprenorphine: Not the Silver Bullet Doctors Hoped for A recent article in the New York Times about the opioid buprenorphine told…

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Focus on Healing the Trauma

A new study released by the Scottish Drugs Forum (SDF) continues to confirm what we at Cliffside Malibu already know —…

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Two-Thirds of Students Use Fake IDs

Two-Thirds of Students Use Fake IDs Out of all the students who consumed alcohol prior to starting college, two-thirds of them…

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Cardiologist Recommends Massage for Good Health

Cardiologist Recommends Massage for Good Health Dr. Joel Kahn, a cardiologist, recently wrote a blog post on MindBodyGreen about the benefits…

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“Craze” Supplement Has a Meth-Like Ingredient

“Craze” Supplement Has a Meth-Like Ingredient If you go to sports websites to buy the body-building supplement, Craze, you will frequently…

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Alcohol May Stop Bones from Healing

Alcohol May Stop Bones from Healing Binge drinking is defined by the National Institute of Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA) as…

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Doctors Abusing Prescription Medication

Doctors Abusing Prescription Medication Lisa J. Merto, PhD, MPE, from the University of Florida, Gainsville says the information gathered in a…

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How Will You Manage the Triggers to Use While in Recovery?

How Will You Manage the Triggers to Use While in Recovery? An excellent article by Kate Green gives some great tips…

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Does Clonidine Work Managing Withdrawal Symptoms?
Gender Stereotypes May Be Stopping Men from Getting Help

Gender Stereotypes May Be Stopping Men from Getting Help As a society, we are trying to move away from gender stereotypes…

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Breaking Habits

Breaking Habits Doing things by habit and breaking habits are not just matters of willpower. The process of moving from habits…

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