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Shia LeBeouf Reaches Out For Help with Alcoholism

on Tuesday, 30 September 2014.

The star of the popular film "Transformers", Shia LeBeouf has admitted that he is receiving treatment for alcohol abuse although he has not yet entered a rehab facility. In spite of false reports stating that the actor entered rehabilitation, LeBeouf's representatives have stated that he is receiving treatment for alcohol abuse but not through an inpatient treatment center.

NHL's Rich Clune Talks Alcoholism and His Sobriety

on Tuesday, 30 September 2014.

Hockey star, Rich Clune of the Nashville Predators has recently opened up about his recovery from alcoholism and how it changed his life for the better. Clune is one of the few NHL players to admit to his alcohol problem while still in the league and although a controversial confession he wants to get the word out about recovering from alcoholism.

Can Treating Patients While Hospitalized Increase Success Rate For Recovery?

on Tuesday, 30 September 2014.

There is no question that one of the most significant events that can lead an addict to seek sobriety is hitting "rock bottom,". Rock bottom refers to the point in time when an addict's addiction causes some kind of event or condition that is so severe that an addict realizes they they must seek help if they are going to continue to live. Hitting rock bottom is generally a very unpleasant and scary place, but for many addicts, this is the only way to get some clarity about the importance of seeking help.

Does Senator Markey's Plan Help Or Hurt Heroin Addicts?

on Tuesday, 30 September 2014.

Heroin addiction is a growing problem in America. Many experts believe that the cause of the rise in addiction is due to an increase in prescription medication abuse. The second most commonly abused illicit drug, behind marijuana, is prescription medication, especially prescription opioid pain medication.

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