Middle-Age, Older Women Get Biggest Mental Boost From Exercise

Women have relatively high chances of developing several forms of mental illness, including major depression, eating disorders and anxiety disorders. Current scientific evidence indicates that people who regularly participate in physical activity have lower chances of experiencing mental health problems than people who lead largely sedentary lifestyles. In a study published in October 2014 in…

Women’s Addiction Treatment Program Opens at The Sundance CenterSM in Arizona

An exclusive residential treatment program for women seeking to recover from addictions and co-occurring relationship issues, trauma, grief and other underlying disorders opens at The Sundance Center. Scottsdale, AZ (PRWEB) February 5, 2015 – The Sundance Center, a Joint Commission-accredited residential addiction treatment center in Arizona, opens a gender-separate women’s addiction treatment program. The program…

Should Addicts Date Addicts?

If you are a recovering drug addict and single, you will probably eventually consider dating other addicts. At meetings, you come across a wide assortment of people, and some may seem pretty interesting or attractive. Before you jump in head first, you may want to consider whether dating another addict is a good idea. There…