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Drinking is Safer in Groups

Drinking is Safer in Groups Research led by psychologists from the University of Kent and the University of East Anglia (England)…

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Testing to Predict Binge Drinking in Teens

Testing to Predict Binge Drinking in Teens According to a recently published study, researchers have developed a test that may predict…

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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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Alcohol Use in Women Is Increasing

Alcohol Use in Women Is Increasing Our culture shows its acceptance of alcohol use by its positive and widespread depiction in…

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How Important is Compassion in the Healing Process?
People on Autism Spectrum at Increased Risk for Substance Abuse

People on Autism Spectrum at Increased Risk for Substance Abuse Generally, people on the autism spectrum tend to be personally cautious…

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Taking Prescription Pills While Avoiding Addiction

Taking Prescription Pills While Avoiding Addiction When prescription medications are used in any way other than as prescribed, they are being…

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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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Substance Abuse Is High In LGBTQ Communities

Substance Abuse Is High In LGBTQ Communities  The mental health issues that impact lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer (LGBTQ) individuals…

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Drug Abuse in the Medical Profession

Drug Abuse in the Medical Profession America’s drug epidemic reaches into all streams of life including an alarming number of health…

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What Are Sleeping Pill Side Effects?
How Much Sleep Do We Really Need?

How Much Rest Do We Really Need? Getting regular, quality sleep is important to long-term health. Many people struggle with sleep…

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