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Tips For Moms With Children In Recovery

A mother’s love doesn’t fade— no matter the age of the child. When your child is battling addiction, you want to do everything possible to help them heal. For many mothers, getting their child into a rehab program is a top priority. But what happens when your child gets admitted View Article
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Drug Problem Becomes Rampant In Costa Mesa Hotels 

Costa Mesa hotels have a budding drug problem. A high-profile example of this allegedly occurred on May 4th, 2018 . Police were called to a Holiday Inn in Costa Mesa, CA. Once police arrived at the scene, they found two individuals— one of whom was Michael Herman Spence, the mayor View Article
How Misusing Opioids and Abusing Opioids Are the Same Problem
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How Opioids Changed from a Saving Grace Drugs into Dangerous Killers

At some point during the day, we feel some sort of pain or discomfort. Whether you stubbed your toe on the edge of a chair or sprained your ankle while rock climbing, pain is a natural part of being a soft, fleshy, living creature filled with constantly firing nerve-endings. However, View Article
Hawaiian Residents Have a Deep Love for Alcohol
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Hawaiian Residents Have a Deep Love for Alcohol

When it comes to vacation spots in our lovely United States, besides Florida and the rest of the Gulf Coast, we can guarantee that some of you have fallen in love with Hawaii. With its dense green jungles, exotic wildlife, and volcanic beaches, these islands have features that are unlike View Article
Talk to Your Parents about Drugs and Stress
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Talk to Your Parents about Drugs and Stress

It’s no secret that the teenage years are some of the most painfully ironic years of your life. On one side of the board, you are just starting to branch out into adulthood and are eager to explore all the sensations life has to offer. On the flip side, those View Article
How Drugs Affect the Receptors in the Brain
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How Drugs Affect the Receptors in the Brain

As a whole, your brain functions like a gigantic circuit board, with millions of little neurons interconnecting to form the wiring of your nervous system, both literally and figuratively. Like a supercomputer, your gray matter processes thoughts, memories, desires, and additional sensations that outline who we are and what we View Article
Movies That Perfectly Portray the Pain of Alcoholism
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Movies That Perfectly Portray the Pain of Alcoholism

Strangely, films about drug problems transformed from underground, independent shock stories to big-budget, Oscar-nominated extravaganzas over the past decades. What once started as a means to just spook the public has now become a sensation that offers entertainment as well as education. After all, how many times did you cringe View Article
Prescription Opioids Are a Dangerous Problem for Nevada
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Prescription Opioids Are a Dangerous Problem for Nevada

In the middle of the Mojave Desert, Nevada serves as a flower in a sea of sand, a small gemstone that is waiting for hundreds of thousands of tourists to explore. Although the crazy entertainment of Las Vegas and the midnight beauty of the desert landscape might be gorgeous, this View Article
Why Addiction Is a Hereditary Disease
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Why Addiction Is a Hereditary Disease

Consider this situation: a pair of parents who have never consumed alcohol or drugs in their entire lives have several children, and one turns out to be a hardcore drug and alcohol user. So, why did two seemingly healthy parents who raised their children in a strict, loving, and educationally-rich View Article