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The Quest to Battle Meth Addiction: Chapter 4

ILLEGAL METH LAB INJURIES ON THE RISE

From the Oscar-nominated film “Winter’s Bone” to the Emmy-winning series “Breaking Bad,” the illegal manufacture of methamphetamines, or meth for short, has been a highly visible phenomenon in the United States. Sadly, the attention

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SOCIETY’S VIEW OF DRUG ADDICTS VS MENTAL ILLNESS

SUBSTANCE ABUSE AND MENTAL HEALTH

Did you know that substance abuse and mental health issues go hand in hand? It’s very common for people with mental illness to become addicted to drugs. And many addicts are struggling with

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WHEN HEAVY DRINKERS DECIDE TO PUT A STOP TO THEIR DANGEROUS HABIT

DRUNKOREXIA ON THE RISE

“Drunkorexia” is a slang term that refers to the process of swapping food calories for calories contained in alcohol; essentially eating less so that one can drink more. The term is meant to

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THE DEADLY TRUTH ABOUT CIGARETTE TAR

NICOTINE ADDICTION AND MENTAL ILLNESS

A study released by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is more evidence that people with mental illness are uniquely vulnerable to nicotine addiction and its gruesome consequences. According to their research,

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The Quest to Battle Meth Addiction: Chapter 4

ILLEGAL METH LAB INJURIES ON THE RISE

From the Oscar-nominated film “Winter’s Bone” to the Emmy-winning series “Breaking Bad,” the illegal manufacture of methamphetamines, or meth for short, has been a highly visible phenomenon in the United States. Sadly, the attention

Read More »
SOCIETY’S VIEW OF DRUG ADDICTS VS MENTAL ILLNESS

SUBSTANCE ABUSE AND MENTAL HEALTH

Did you know that substance abuse and mental health issues go hand in hand? It’s very common for people with mental illness to become addicted to drugs. And many addicts are struggling with

Read More »
WHEN HEAVY DRINKERS DECIDE TO PUT A STOP TO THEIR DANGEROUS HABIT

DRUNKOREXIA ON THE RISE

“Drunkorexia” is a slang term that refers to the process of swapping food calories for calories contained in alcohol; essentially eating less so that one can drink more. The term is meant to

Read More »
THE DEADLY TRUTH ABOUT CIGARETTE TAR

NICOTINE ADDICTION AND MENTAL ILLNESS

A study released by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is more evidence that people with mental illness are uniquely vulnerable to nicotine addiction and its gruesome consequences. According to their research,

Read More »