Top 5 Scientific Advancements in Alcoholism Research

Top 5 Scientific Advancements in Alcoholism Research

In Alcohol Addiction, News March 30th, 2019 No Comments

In recent years there have been a lot of progressive changes in the way that we approach alcoholism and treat the illness. Research about addiction provides experts new ideas about what causes alcoholism and the best methods for helping people recover. Scientific advancements are shedding light on how we can use new techniques to reduce…


How the Opioid Epidemic Has Evolved

In News January 31st, 2019 No Comments

The U.S. has reached the point of a national health crisis as the opioid epidemic continues to worsen and expand. One of the biggest concerns as the opioid problem keeps evolving and changing is the spread of the drug fentanyl which has led to a dramatic increase in overdoses throughout the country. Fentanyl is an…


Your Diet’s Effect on Bipolar Disorder

In Mental Health, News November 13th, 2018 No Comments

Our bodies and our minds are actually closely connected in ways that we don’t always realize. What you eat can have a strong impact on the health of your body which in turn can affect your mood. People with poor diets may find that their mental health symptoms are much worse, especially if they have…


Demi Lovato’s Rocky Recovery Journey

In Drug Addiction Recovery, Drug Rehab, News August 3rd, 2018 No Comments

Pop singer and American Idol Judge, Demi Lovato has always been open and vulnerable with the public about her struggles with addiction. The star has been in an out of recovery over the course of several years but recently she was rushed to the hospital for an apparent overdose. She was forced to cancel some…


Why Japan is Drinking Less Alcohol

In Alcohol Rehab, News June 15th, 2018 No Comments

Alcohol is known to be an important, accepted and even celebrated part of Japanese daily life, from social gatherings and after work drinking, to religious rites and traditional customs. More recently however, statistics have shown Japanese people are drinking far less. The alcohol industry in Japan has responded to a decline in domestic beer sales…


Anthony Bourdain, Kate Spade and the Tragedy of Suicide

In Mental Health, News June 11th, 2018 No Comments

On the surface celebrities like Anthony Bourdain and Kate Spade seem to have it all because of their huge success in their careers. But their tragic deaths reveal that mental health is a bigger issue in our culture than we are even aware of. Victims of suicide often appear happy and well-adjusted to people around…


Is Alcohol Abuse Associated with Dopamine Release?

In Alcohol Rehab, News June 5th, 2018 No Comments

When someone develops an alcohol addiction, it is more than their own lack of self control that drives them to continue to drink in spite of negative consequences. There are chemical changes in the brain that occur when we drink alcohol and these can cause addiction to develop and perpetuate itself. Dopamine release is one…


Millennials and Baby Boomers Hit Hard by the Opioid Epidemic

In Drug Rehab, News, Prescription Drug Rehab April 27th, 2018 No Comments

The opioid crisis has affected our entire nation with staggeringly high rates of overdoses and alarming increases in instances of abuse. However, certain demographics are being hit especially hard by the opioid epidemic and are struggling to cope with rampant addiction and abuse. A recent study published in the American Journal of Public Health discovered…


11 Things to Know About Fentanyl

In Drug Addiction, News April 7th, 2018 No Comments

With the opioid crisis becoming more serious every year in the U.S. it is crucial to be aware of drugs like fentanyl which are causing majors issues with addiction and overdose. Fentanyl is a highly potent and very addictive opioid that is often taken by itself or combined with cocaine. It is actually the most…


Is ADHD Being Overdiagnosed?

In Mental Health, News March 7th, 2018 No Comments

In recent years, children have been identified on a regular basis with having attention problems and disorders such as ADHD. The prevalence of such disorder seems to have risen dramatically compared to several decades ago. Is this sudden increase related to a better understanding of the disorder, an ADHD epidemic, or a tendency for doctors…


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