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Month: September 2017

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Mental Illness In Young Adults

If you are a young adult, there is a good chance you are getting ready to start or have just started the fall semester. You
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A Primer on PAWS

Do you feel like you’ve been on a roller coaster of emotions for days? Are you struggling with sleep, irritability, anxiety, brain fog or extreme cravings? As
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woman suffered from drug overdose

Overdose Death Impacting Life Expectancy

In the 21st Century those of us living in America expect to live robust lives. Far longer than once thought possible, thanks to advances in
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Dealing With Depression and Addiction

For many men, depression and addiction go hand in hand – and it’s a dangerous duo. One study found that men with alcohol dependence had
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Study: Opioid Epidemic Knocking Men Out of Workforce

The opioid epidemic is having a negative impact on the U.S. workforce, especially for males, according to new research from well-known Princeton University economist Alan
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Good Days, and OK Days In Recovery

Sponsee: How’re you today? Sponsor: Well, thank you. There are only good days, and OK days in recovery. Sponsee: No bad days? Sponsor: Only in
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Study: Men with Gambling Addictions Likely to Have History of Trauma

Men with gambling addictions are more likely than their peers to have experienced childhood traumas, and treatment needs to address this underlying stressor, according to
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Addiction and Recovery Blog

Join The Voices of Addiction Recovery

If you are working a program of addiction recovery, you have a lot to be proud about. You have, even those of you new to
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