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Make Every Month National Recovery Month

Celebrating its 25th year, SAMHSA’s National Recovery Month has become an invaluable tool to spread the word on recovery from […]

Just Talking About Alcohol May Increase Aggressiveness

“Sticks and stones may break my bones but words will never hurt me.” This age-old truism may not be applicable […]

Alprazolam Abuse Is Rising

SAMHSA has flagged yet another disturbing trend in prescription drug abuse. Based on data from its Drug Abuse Warning Network, […]

The link between heart failure and depression

There’s no doubt that depression is a significant societal concern. It is often the cause and/or the result of substance […]

Alcohol Consumption May Increase Stroke Mortality

New research conducted by the University of Eastern Finland and published in Acta Neurologica Scandinavica and retrieved in Medical News […]

Meditation & Substance Abuse

A recent study published in JAMA Internal Medicine sought to understand the correlation, if any, between meditation programs and mitigation […]

Can a New Pain Pill Mean More Addiction?

It’s just around the corner. A new opioid pain medication promises to increase the effectiveness of pain management by offering […]

Heroin 2.0 – It’s Back And Worse Than Ever

New data involving heroine abuse has turned up an alarming trend in the United States. While many of us have […]

Is The Krocodil Craze Overhyped?

For months we’ve been hearing about the “flesh-eating” drug that goes by the Russian street name Krocodil. Developed as a […]

Compensation for Abstinence – Does it Work?

An article published in the American Psychological Association’s Monitor on Psychology examined the effects of prizes and monetary value on […]

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