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The Contagious Nature Of Drinking Alcohol

on Monday, 23 June 2014.

The Contagious Nature Of Drinking Alcohol

Many recovering alcoholics know that one of the biggest triggers for drinking can be the company of others who are drinking. Many alcoholics may have, for some time, been unaware of the severity of their problem because of the fact that they considered themselves "social drinkers." Many people may incorrectly assume that those who drink primarily in the company of others cannot be alcoholics. The reality is, however, that it is highly possible for alcoholism to be contagious and for a group of people who are addicted to alcohol to, in effect, enable one another.

Zohydro Abuse Concerns Go Nation-Wide As A Gateway To Heroin

on Thursday, 19 June 2014.

Zohydro Abuse Concerns Go Nation-Wide As A Gateway To Heroin

Doctors. law enforcement agencies, and addiction treatment specialists have been disappointed with the recent approval by the FDA of a new drug call Zohydro, which many medical experts believe is the most dangerous opiate to hit the market to date. Many other experts believe that the drug, in addition to being highly addictive and dangerous in and of itself, may be a gateway to heroin use.

Russia's Recalcitrance to Recovery Movements

on Thursday, 19 June 2014.

Russia's Recalcitrance to Recovery Movements

Alcoholism has been a significant problem in Russia for many years but citizens seem resistant to change and have not fully embraced the kind of recovery efforts that are common in the U.S. Russian leaders have made efforts to fight against the growing numbers of people suffering and even dying from alcoholism in the country but historically many of their attempts haven't worked.

Suboxone Carries A Heavy Price For Recovering Addicts

on Tuesday, 17 June 2014.

Suboxone Carries A Heavy Price For Recovering Addicts

Heroin and opiate addiction are two of the fastest growing health problems currently facing America. Heroin has long been viewed as one of the most dangerous and addictive drugs, and every year, the number of deaths related to opiate use and abuse sky rockets. Detoxing from opiates can be an extremely painful, uncomfortable, and even dangerous process.