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Alcohol

Alcohol

Overview Alcohol seems to exist everywhere we turn – restaurants, tv commercials, sporting events and more. And while it is generously advertised and encouraged in social settings, alcohol is not so seemingly harmless. With over 14 million adults struggling with...

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Bath Salts Made Illegal in U.S.

Bath Salts Made Illegal in U.S.

In active addiction, people want their drugs and would go to any lengths to get them. Old habits die hard, and the desire for instant gratification stays alive and well, even in sobriety. That's why many people who embark on the path to <a...

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The "Hulk" of Addiction

  Dr. Bruce Banner, a Marvel comic book character, portrayed by several actors such as, Lou Ferrigno, Eric Bana, Edward Norton, and most recently, Mark Ruffalo, struggles with keeping his anger/rage under control and when becomes enraged turns into a 15 foot,...

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Psychopathic Children?

  The New York Times recently came out with an article about 9-year-old boy, Michael, that experts have given the differential diagnosis of a psychopath by psychologist Dan Waschbusch.  Callous-unemotional children are considered likely to become psychopaths or...

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WHEN GRAPEFRUITS ATTACK

  One of the many indignities that often come with being diagnosed with a mental disorder is the side effects that accompany the medications used to treat that disorder.  Numerous factors can influence the effect of medications on a person, including age, sex,...

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