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Inpatient vs Outpatient treatments 

Inpatient vs Outpatient treatments Multiple options regarding the type of rehab individuals offered for drug addiction are available. At the most basic level, the options are inpatient or outpatient treatment programs. The difference is the manner in which these programs allow individuals to receive treatment and then function outside of the treatment location.  It is important to know whether you’re an…

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Gone with the Dog

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Gone with the Dog It’s been 2 years and 21 days, since my Golden Retriever took her love away… She was a hyper active, golden haired dog who always chose to fetch the ball or Frisbee instead of being caressed. My aunt unofficially diagnosed her with ADD (Attention Deficit Disorder and Hyperactivity). Even when we all know that such is…

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Tom Brady, American Presidents, The Pope and Age

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Tom Brady, American Presidents, The Pope and Age How come an athlete 15 or 20 years older than his peers triumphs year after year, becoming an unbeatable legend?  We just witnessed that at the LV Super Bowl. Mahomes’ mother is only a couple of years older than Brady. Nevertheless, experience beat extreme youth. He has publicly thanked his fitness guru,…

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Being a Single Mom

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Being a Single Mom Being a single mother is not easy, and neither is being a mother in a relationship. Children, to a greater or lesser extent, are demanding, they need constant attention and care that can sometimes be overwhelming. Because in general, that attention that children require is given them without regard, but with the addition that this means…

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Exercise and Healthy Food Obsession

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Orthorexia: obsession with healthy food and exercise It is a new eating disorder that took hold with the advancement of social networks and the image of idealized bodies. A new nutritional pathology has become established in recent times, as a result of the new stereotypes and demands of society that are constantly highlighted on social networks. The image of idealized…

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Mass Overdose in California

Mass Overdose in California If it weren’t for naloxone and CPR, the death rate would have been greater than 1. Becoming accustomed to these overdose tallies (1 dead and 12 hospitalized) should not become the norm. Although it’s a blessing that police force is now equipped with Naloxone or Narcan, there is problem with Fentanyl and mixed substances that people…

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Suing Big Pharma

Ohio begins a lawsuit against the largest 5 pharmaceutical companies developing prescription opioids and is setting the tone for accountability and responsibility in the heroin addiction and opioid epidemic in the United States. Ohio is the second state after Mississippi to go after the pharmaceutical companies regarding their current heroin addiction epidemic. Ohio has recently seen an exponential growth in…

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Drug Rehabilitation

What makes communities safer? Incarceration or drug rehabilitation? As we prepare to see the impacts of Jeff Session’s mandatory minimums of drug cases, we look back on the 80’s drug war and the apparent reduced crime rate. With people behind bars for mandatory minimums, we simply want to remind those with strong feelings about alcohol and drug abuse the importance…

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