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How To Handle Breakups In Recovery

How to handle breakups in recovery Some people think that those struggling to become sober can’t handle breakups in recovery. Surviving a broken heart is one of the most difficult things to deal with in life; it doesn’t matter if you are in recovery. Losing someone you care about and dealing with the realization that […]

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Why Do People Use Cocaine to Treat ADHD?

Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is a neurodevelopmental mental disorder that affects millions of people worldwide. ADHD is characterized by a low attention span, high energy, and uncontrollable behavior, and occurs in about five to seven percent of children, with approximately half of those children diagnosed carrying their ADHD into their adult years. ADHD is often treated […]

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Amyl Nitrite Poppers

Amyl Nitrite Poppers A drug that was initially synthesized to alleviate chest pain in the 1800s may have been a major player in the disco and rave culture that developed at the end of the 20th century. And, it still exists today. Amyl Nitrite, also known as Poppers, was first synthesized in 1844 and was […]

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Alcoholism In The Workplace

Alcoholism In The Workplace Bloodshot eyes. Slurred words. The smell of booze on one’s breath. The signs of alcohol use are hard to ignore, and once they are noticed in the workplace, they can become a problem for everyone—not just for the person who is under the influence. Other workers, as well as their employer, […]

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Can Alcoholism Cause Blindness?

The prohibition era had a deep impact on American society when it came to public perception of alcohol and alcohol addiction. Starting as a grassroots movement begun by the Women’s Christian Temperance Union, the push for prohibition saw the creation of thousands of flyers, slogans, and statistics. Many people supported an end to legal liquor because […]

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Addiction: Tearing Families Apart

Can Alcoholism Cause Blindness? The prohibition era had a deep impact on American society when it came to public perception of alcohol and alcohol addiction. Starting as a grassroots movement begun by the Women’s Christian Temperance Union, the push for prohibition saw the creation of thousands of flyers, slogans, and statistics. Many people supported an […]

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