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Month: August 2012

Facing Reality: When Drug Abuse is Ruining Your Life

You’ve heard the expression, “It’s time to face reality.” Funny, though, how it’s nearly impossible for you to own up to what you’re doing to yourself, especially when it comes to drug abuse. It’s simply too easy to engage in rationalization, finger-pointing, playing the blame game or just ignoring the truth. But when drug abuse …

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Facial Features May Not Reveal Fetal Alcohol Syndrome

Fetal alcohol syndrome (FAS) is a condition that can significantly alter the development of a child and affect cognitive and behavioral functions. The cognitive and behavioral problems follow a child throughout his or her life, creating challenges in academic and professional achievement as well as personal relationships. A new study provides new information about the …

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Exercise: A Healthy and Natural Way to Alleviate, Symptoms of Anxiety and Depression

Considering our fast-paced society and the stress of modern-day living, it’s no wonder that many people struggle with anxiety from time to time. While some doctors will readily prescribe medication to treat the symptoms, not everyone desires a “solution” in the form of a drug. They’d prefer natural or alternative ways to alleviate or at …

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Enthusiasm – How It Can Work Magic

“There is real magic in enthusiasm. It spells the difference between mediocrity and accomplishment.” – Norman Vincent Peale, minister and author, best-known for The Power of Positive Thinking (1898-1993) We’ve all heard the quotes from Norman Vincent Peale, mostly because of his prominence as a minister, but also because of the fact that he was …

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Undiagnosed Mental Health Issues and Self-Medication in Women

Women and men face very different concerns when it comes to mental health disorders. Not only are men and women more prone to different types of disorders, they frequently experience different symptoms of the same disorders. In addition, women and men often take different approaches when it comes to dealing with mental and physical symptoms …

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Self-Medicating for Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder

Post-traumatic stress disorder (also referred to as PTSD) is an anxiety disorder that changes the body’s ability to respond to stress. It may arise following involvement in something highly traumatic involving the threat of injury or death, or the witnessing of a traumatizing event. PTSD is common among soldiers returning from combat, but may also …

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Suboxone® To Vivitrol® Transition Program

The Suboxone® to Vivitrol® Transition Program, or S2V, is a first of its kind program designed based on feedback from Addictionologists in active practice. In our accredited residential facilities, your patients will be overseen by board certified physicians while they participate in clinicaly appropriate programming designed to support them in making a successful transition to …

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Mommy, Make The Bad Dreams Go Away: Helping A Child Overcome Trauma

Trauma can happen to anyone, but when the victim is a child, the how and why of the trauma often takes a backseat to what to do about it. That’s because children are so vulnerable and it’s up to adults, parents and caregivers and concerned others, to step in and step up to protect the …

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