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Expert lists 5 common indications that a co-worker could be suffering from addiction

Alcohol and drug-related deaths continue to be a problem in the UK, with the Office for National Statistics reporting that the number of people dying from alcohol and drug abuse has continued to increase over the last decade.


What’s the cost of being a doctor in recovery?

I am a physician in recovery and just celebrated my fifth-year anniversary on October 11, 2017. While in active addiction, my drugs of choice were benzodiazepines and opioids that I washed down with top-shelf alcohol. Near the end of my usage, I was diverting scheduled drugs in order to feed my addiction. After an unsuccessful […]

Glutamate may play a role in alcohol relapse, addiction

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Alcohol-Addiction Drug Seems to Help Retroviral Compliance and Suppress HIV Levels

Researchers at Yale University recently published research that found patients receiving a drug for alcohol addiction aided in retroviral treatment compliance and seemed to help suppress HIV levels.

Ibogaine Clinic by David Dardashti Hopes To Bring More Attention to National Drug and Alcohol Facts Week

The ibogaine addiction treatment center wants teens and educators to join them in promoting National and Alcohol Facts week to shatter the myths surrounding drug abuse and alcoholism. MIAMI (PRWEB) January 19, 2018 The Ibogaine Clinic wants you to know the National Drug and Alcohol Facts Week is just around the corner. It’s a time where the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) and the Nation...

Morningside Recovery Hosts A Day of Continuing Education Credits and Networking for Addiction ...

The presentation, hosted by Morningside and The Los Angeles Training Institute for Alcohol and Drug Counseling, is titled "Law & Ethics and More!" The educational Read more...

Gulf Breeze Recovery on Opioid Crisis

National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) states, “Every day, more than 115 Americans die after overdosing on opioids.” GULF BREEZE, Fla. (PRWEB) April 10, 2018 According to a recent March 2018 revision on the opioid crisis, the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) states, “Every day, more than 115 Americans die after overdosing on opioids.” According to Statnews.com (STATS), a panel of ...

Gulf Breeze Recovery Explains on Chronic Relapse

Too often, we hear from individuals who feel that they have tried everything to move on and overcome their addiction only to continually relapse, sliding back into old habits and never fully moving into recovery GULF BREEZE, Fla. (PRWEB) February 15, 2018 Overcoming addiction is an important and challenging process. The path to recovery is often littered with both successes and disappointments. E...

Cutting Edge Facility Rebels Against Traditional Treatment Methods To Curb Opioid Epidemic

Daylight Detox and Recovery Center is going against South Florida’s Rehab Industry norms by implementing medication assisted therapy and are cutting opioid based drug relapse rates drastically. PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. (PRWEB) February 08, 2018 Daylight Detox & Recovery Center is not persuaded by the overall belief of the South Florida Addiction Treatment Industry when it comes to the gener...

Gulf Breeze Recovery on Opiates, Benzos and Addiction: America’s Chronic Relapse

A recent article from Vice investigates this relationship between addiction and America’s response to it and finds that the recent uptick in opioid and benzodiazepine use is part of a much older cycle with roots that are complicated and difficult to discern GULF BREEZE, Fla. (PRWEB) May 17, 2018 The United States has a peculiar and troubling history with addiction and how it responds to addicti...

Pathway Healthcare Opens Columbus, MS Addiction Treatment Center

Pathway Healthcare (www.pathwayhealthcare.com), a leading provider of office based medical and behavioral treatment for drug and alcohol addiction and dependency, has opened a new Pathway Healthcare office in Columbus, MS, loca

With the drug industry as its partner, an addiction policy group invites tough questions

WASHINGTON — Jessica Hulsey Nickel had only just begun to speak at a House hearing last month when a man in the back corner of the committee room stood, unfurling…

Hunger hormones offer promising avenue for addiction treatment

Hormones that signal the body's state of hunger and fullness could be the key to new treatments for drug and alcohol addiction. Gut hormones have received considerable attention from scientists seeking to understand overeating and obesity, which led the panelists to discover that those hormones are also involved in addiction.

A novel approach to addiction: Stephen Hurst, CEO, Savant HWP

For 2010, the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) estimated that over 22.6 million Americans had a chemical substance dependence or abuse problem. The total social and health cost to our society of dealing with alcohol and illegal drug abuse is estimated to exceed $167 billion annually. Nicotine addiction is even more costly; in 2009, the CDC estimated that smokers c...

Pathway Healthcare Opens New Birmingham, AL Location at St. Vincent’s East Campus

Pathway Healthcare (www.pathwayhealthcare.com), a leading provider of office based medical and behavioral treatment for drug and alcohol addiction and dependency, has opened its new flagship office in Birmingham, AL, located on the campus of one of Birmingham’s leading medical faci

Recovering Addicts Aim To Inspire At ‘Walk For Recovery’ – WFMYNews2.com

Evening TelegraphRecovering Addicts Aim To Inspire At 'Walk For Recovery'WFMYNews2.comGREENSBORO, NC -- Support is everything when it comes to fighting drug addiction. That's why the Walk For Recovery is so vital for those struggling with substance abuse their families and the community. You can help rally around those who need it most ...Due dates and drug abuse: the costs and care for pregnant a...

Assessment and management of alcohol use disorders

As the level of alcohol consumption goes up, so the risk of physical, psychological, and social problems increases. In this podcast we’re joined by Ed Day, consultant addiction psychiatrist at Kings College London, Alex Copello, professor of addiction research at the University of Birmingham, and Martyn Hull, GP with a special interest in...

House overwhelmingly passes bill to combat opioid abuse and addiction

House lawmakers voted 396-14 to approve legislation that would lift certain prescribing restrictions on the opioid addiction  -More- 

Pathway Healthcare Opens Birmingham, AL Addiction Treatment Center

Pathway Healthcare (www.pathwayhealthcare.com), a Dallas-based owner and operator of addiction and dependency treatment clinics, has opened a new Pathway Healthcare clinic in Birmingham, AL, located at 48 Medical Park Drive East, Suite 453. Pathway Healthcare specializes in treating opioid u

Pathway Healthcare’s Jackson, MS Addiction Treatment Center Relocates to Baptist Medical Center Campus

Pathway Healthcare (www.pathwayhealthcare.com), a leading provider of office based medical and behavioral treatment for drug and alcohol addiction and dependency, has moved its Pathway Healthcare office in Jackson, MS, to a new locat

New study finds way to help treat alcohol addiction and ease withdrawal symptoms

According to a new study by Scripps Research scientists, activating a receptor found in brain cells may help treat alcohol addiction and ease some withdrawal symptoms. The researchers studied the effects of activating the receptor in alcohol-addicted rats and reported the results today in the journal eNeuro.

Gulf Breeze Recovery is Specializing in Overcoming Chronic Relapse

What if instead of considering chronic relapse a sign that rehabilitation is unavailable, it means that the program you or your loved one participated in may work for others, however not for you? GULF BREEZE, Fla. (PRWEB) January 31, 2018 A Fresh Perspective on Chronic Relapse Chronic relapse can make a person suffering from drug and alcohol addiction feel devastated and hopeless, leaving them an...

Wavelengths Recovery Achieves Incidental Medical Services (IMS) Certification from the California Department of Health Care Services

Wavelengths Recovery, a State of California licensed drug and alcohol Residential Treatment Center, earning the Behavioral Health accreditation from The Joint Commission, proudly announces that the California Department of Health Care Services has granted Incidental Medical Services (IMS) Certification for all four licensed residential properties. ...

White House Preparing for Mcmaster Exit as Early as Next Month

The White House is preparing to replace H.R. McMaster as national security adviser as early as next month in a move orchestrated by chief of staff John Kelly and Defense Secretary James Mattis, five people familiar with the discussions tell NBC News.

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New Approach Shows Promise in Treatment of Alcoholism

Scientists at Scripps Research say activating a receptor found in brain cells may help treat alcohol addiction and ease some withdrawal symptoms. The researchers studied the effects of activating the receptor in alcohol-addicted rats and reported the results (“ Systemic and Intra-Habenular Activation of the Orphan G Protein-Coupled Receptor GPR139 Decreases Compulsive-like Alcohol Drinking and H...


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