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907, 2021

Lonely adolescents internet addiction

By |July 9, 2021|Categories: Editorials|

Loneliness is a risk factor for excessive internet usage among teenagers. In the midst of the coronavirus epidemic, the danger of compulsive usage has risen: teenagers spend increasing amounts of time online, resulting in greater levels of loneliness. A research study on harmful internet usage among teenagers in Finland investigated 1,750 study participants who were observed at three stages in their lives: at age 16, age 17, and age 18. [...]

  • greedy addiction treatment centers
1812, 2020

Motivation behind addiction treatment centers

By |December 18, 2020|Categories: Editorials|

“In and out of rehab,” inspires visions of dollar signs for many addiction treatment centers. It also represents a sort of mantra, when speaking to addicts or their families. Treatment centers notoriously fail to treat their patients with a combination of physiological and psychological solutions. These patients don’t want a spa they want help. Many addicts never chose this behavior; it is thrust upon them at conception and materializes [...]

  • substance abuse
1907, 2019

Telemedicine dealing with substance abuse

By |July 19, 2019|Categories: Editorials|

A federally funded project in New York to test the value of telemedicine in treating patients dealing with substance abuse and the hepatitis C virus (HCV) is expanding following promising results. Seven opioid treatment programs, comprising 12 locations, are joining the research study, which was launched in 2016 by the State University of New York at Buffalo with $7 million in grant funding from the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI). [...]

  • addiction help
1907, 2019

Get addiction help

By |July 19, 2019|Categories: Editorials|

Holland Pathways Addiction Center - Wichita, Kansas is dedicated to addiction help for adult clients to triumph over their addictions to achieve real and lasting change in their lives. Our luxury, 64-bed campus offers intensive, trauma-responsive treatment to support the needs of individuals at every stage of their recovery, including: Medically-Monitored Detoxification Residential Treatment Partial Hospitalization Program (Day Treatment) Outpatient and Intensive Outpatient Private Sobriety Coaching available Addiction Treatment [...]

  • The Place Sober Living for Men Oceanside, California
  • The Place Sober Living for Men Oceanside, CaliforniaThe Place Sober Living for Men Oceanside, California
  • The Place Sober Living for Men Oceanside, CaliforniaThe Place Sober Living for Men Oceanside, California
  • The Place Sober Living for Men Oceanside, CaliforniaThe Place Sober Living for Men Oceanside, California
  • The Place Sober Living for Men Oceanside, CaliforniaThe Place Sober Living for Men Oceanside, California
1507, 2019

The Place Sober Living for men

By |July 15, 2019|Categories: Editorials|

The Place Sober Living for Men sober living environment located in Oceanside and San Clemente, California. Clean, bright, structured living environment for those looking to take the next step in their recovery. We welcome you to our community to live with other sober men. Everyone here is an adult, therefore if we know what is expected we can agree to live up to those expectations. Every person is treated with [...]

  • Online Display Advertising Platforms
1207, 2019

Online display advertising platforms

By |July 12, 2019|Categories: Editorials|

The online display advertising Platforms market' report, recently added by Market Study Report, LLC, examines the industry in terms of the global expanse, highlighting the present & future growth potential of each region as well as consolidated statistics. The study also presents a precise summary of the competitive milieu, key developments, and application landscape of the Online Display Advertising Platforms market based on the impact of the financial and non-financial [...]

  • drug rehab
3004, 2019

Choose the drug rehab for you

By |April 30, 2019|Categories: Editorials|

Once you are ready to go, you want to choose a program and a location that suits your addiction and your needs. Here’s how to choose a drug rehab. One in seven Americans faces some type of substance addiction. Although addiction is a common disease, it can still take a serious toll on your life if you don’t do anything about it. Luckily, there are many advanced options out there [...]

  • podcast
3004, 2019

Podcast advertising

By |April 30, 2019|Categories: Editorials|

Major advertisers are purchasing fewer and fewer broadcast radio ads, but that doesn’t mean audio programming is fading from the culture. Podcasts — radio’s younger, on-demand sibling — are swiftly gaining popularity with many of the demographics that marketers desire most. Why is podcast advertising so popular? For one, many people listen to them on smartphones, so episodes can tag along on morning commutes, midday walks and evening jogs. Plus, [...]

  • ad business
3004, 2019

Amazon’s ad business running out of steam

By |April 30, 2019|Categories: Editorials|

Amazon's (NASDAQ:AMZN) ad business has gained a lot of attention over the last couple of years as it has gone from practically inconsequential to a $10 billion segment. But investors eyeing the "Other" revenue line in the online retailer's recent first-quarter earnings report may be disappointed with the 36% growth (on a neutral-foreign-exchange-rate basis) when compared to growth of 132% in the first three months of last year. Granted, Amazon's [...]

  • naloxone
604, 2018

For opiate users, keep naloxone close

By |April 6, 2018|Categories: Editorials|

"You don’t have to be a policeman or a firefighter or a paramedic to save a life,” said Dr. Jerome Adams, the nation’s top doctor, who spoke at the National RX Drug Abuse & Heroin Summit in Atlanta. The advisory was welcomed by drug-treatment experts and officials locally and across the nation, as opiate addiction continues to take tens of thousands of American lives annually. Dr. Jerome Adams said in [...]

  • cooking classes in recovery
204, 2018

Cooking classes aim to restore

By |April 2, 2018|Categories: Editorials|

For those in recovery from drug addiction, a poor diet can be a recipe for relapse. But a new program at Boston Medical Center aims to help patients cook their way to better health. The hospital for years has offered cooking classes tailored to specific medical conditions such as heart disease and diabetes, and it runs a food pantry for low-income patients who are prescribed fresh food as part of [...]

  • Addiction Rehab is Broken
204, 2018

Addiction rehab is broken

By |April 2, 2018|Categories: Editorials|

My time in addiction rehab for an opioid addiction left me humiliated and desperate to know why my friends were dying. Now a wave of app developers is trying to do things differently. My dad’s company had season tickets to the White Sox. On muggy Midwest summer days, we’d go as a family—always sitting in the same seats, 25 rows above first base. I told this to a counselor I’ll [...]

  • Spirituality is Key to Addiction Recovery
3003, 2018

Spirituality is key to addiction recovery

By |March 30, 2018|Categories: Editorials|

Dr. Cardwell Nuckols, a professional described as “one of the most influential clinical and spiritual trainers in North America,” recently led a presentation on the Rosebud Reservation. He’s worked in behavioral medicine for over 35 years. He’s viewed as one of the world’s leading experts on addiction and recovery. https://www.cnuckols.com/ Dr. Nuckols believes the only thing that allows us to get through a crisis is spirituality. When you lack something [...]

  • Future-Now-Detox-Palm-Beach-Florida
1603, 2018

Future Now Detox launches comprehensive addiction website

By |March 16, 2018|Categories: Editorials|

Future Now Detox is a proud provider of NAD treatment - Brain Restoration+ IV infusions. Nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide (NAD) is a coenzyme found in every cell of the body. Vital for every cellular reaction, low levels of NAD can lead to poor mental health, decreased cognitive awareness, exhaustion, low motivation, and a host of other challenges. Research shows that NAD levels are low in addicts. The disease of addiction depletes [...]

  • Hauling her daughter to court to force drug treatment
203, 2018

Court to force drug treatment

By |March 2, 2018|Categories: Editorials|

A judge can issue an arrest warrant if the addict dodges evaluations or the hearing, forcing drug treatment. And if the addict refuses to go to court-ordered treatment or walks out, the judge can enforce a hefty ultimatum — rehabilitation or jail. If they relapse after completing treatment, the loved one can file a new Casey's Law petition. Relapses are common and can happen even after years of sobriety. But [...]

  • Former Marine a success story for Las Vegas addiction center
3011, 2017

Former Marine a success addiction center

By |November 30, 2017|Categories: Editorials|

Keith Hinchen was given a choice in summer 2016. Get help, or go to prison. The 53-year-old former Marine had been homeless on the streets of west Las Vegas for seven years, living a life that revolved around addiction to crack cocaine. He was on the verge of becoming one of the hundreds of Nevadans who die from drug overdoses each year. “I was broken,” Hinchen said Wednesday, standing under an [...]

  • Questions surround Florida's rehab for addicted doctors and nurses
1711, 2017

Rehab for addicted doctors and nurses

By |November 17, 2017|Categories: Editorials|

Claims: over-diagnosing, over-charging, conflicts. It's estimated roughly 10 percent of nurses in the U.S. have a dependency on drugs. Roughly 15 percent of doctors are considered addicted to drugs or alcohol. In Florida, the Professionals Resource Network (PRN) and the Intervention Project for Nurses (IPN) are state-contracted programs that help addicted practitioners and nurses get treatment while still being able to hold on to their licenses.  The programs have been around for decades and [...]

  • Treatment for Depression and Alcoholism Discovered in Psychedelic Plant-Based Drug Ayahuasca
1411, 2017

Treatment for alcoholism in plant-based drug Ayahuasca

By |November 14, 2017|Categories: Editorials|

Ayahuasca is one of the most potent hallucinogenic drugs in the world. It might also be the key to a breakthrough treatment for alcoholism and depression. Like other drugs that serve traditional purposes in various cultures, such as peyote, piri or ibogaine, this drug is naturally occurring and plant-based. In South America, it’s usually consumed as a brew made from the Psychotria Viridis bush and the stems of the vine [...]

  • nexalin
911, 2017

Nexalin technology demonstrates success

By |November 9, 2017|Categories: Editorials|

Nexalin Technology is pleased to announce the initiation of clinical trials designed by the University of Pennsylvania to investigate the effectiveness of the Nexalin transcranial stimulation (TACS) for major depressive disorder. A subsidiary of Legacy Ventures International Inc. (OTC PINK: LGYV), this technology is an FDA-cleared medical device company that utilizes a safe, non-invasive, non-drug treatment for anxiety, depression, and insomnia. The clinical trials, designed independently by Dr. Michael Perlis [...]

  • drug abuse
611, 2017

India’s Punjab fallen into the grip of drug abuse

By |November 6, 2017|Categories: Editorials|

Manjit, 28, died in June last year because of drug abuse. His father, a worker in the government's power department, marched through the streets of his village carrying his son's body, and then addressed a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi. "I told the prime minister he needed to step in to save Punjab's youth from drugs. Our children are dying and nothing is being done." Seven months later, Mr. [...]

  • Naloxone-Narcan
611, 2017

Program offers opioid antidote

By |November 6, 2017|Categories: Editorials|

It is happening more frequently — a relative is found nearly unconscious, succumbing to the effects of a drug overdose. What do you do? In the coming weeks, family members of those struggling with an addiction will be able to administer the solution to their loved ones while they wait for professional help to arrive. Naloxone, also known as Narcan, will be made available to county residents through the Project [...]

  • Opioids- Unexpected recovery delights Moultrie woman
511, 2017

Opioids: Unexpected recovery

By |November 5, 2017|Categories: Editorials|

Ramona Osborne often sat on the edge of death and dangled her feet over the side. Her story is one of being at the bottom of an opiate pit and finally clawing her way out. And now it’s sometimes a couple of months between hearing of a friend or a friend’s child lost to a heroin overdose, sometimes it’s several in a week. The world of opiate addiction nearly added [...]

  • Let’s Open Up About Addiction and Recovery
511, 2017

Let’s Open Up About Addiction and Recovery

By |November 5, 2017|Categories: Editorials|

Fay Zenoff recently met a friend for dinner at a sushi restaurant in Sausalito, Calif. After they were seated, a waitress asked if they’d like wine with dinner. Her friend ordered sake. Ms. Zenoff declined. “Not for me,” she said. “I’m celebrating 10 years of sobriety this weekend.” Because of the stigma attached to addiction, Ms. Zenoff, who is 50, took a risk speaking so openly. But when she [...]

  • Tennessee has taken concrete steps to battle the opioid crisis in the last few years.
2810, 2017

Tennessee has taken concrete steps to battle the opioid crisis in the last few years.

By |October 28, 2017|Categories: Editorials|

The state repealed a law in 2015 called The Intractable Pain Act. That law said a doctor who refused to prescribe opioids to patients who requested the treatment was legally obligated to inform the patient of a physician who specialized in the treatment of severe chronic pain with methods that included opioids. New laws were also established for pain clinics which subject the offices to regular inspections and that medical [...]

  • Sunshine Coast Health Centre
2810, 2017

Leading BC Drug Rehab & Alcohol Treatment Program, SCHC Announces Article on Addiction by Dr. Geoff Thompson

By |October 28, 2017|Categories: Editorials|

VANCOUVER, Canada - October 27, 2017 - (Newswire.com) Sunshine Coast Health Centre (https://www.sunshinecoasthealthcentre.ca), long deemed one of the top drug rehabilitation and alcohol treatment programs in British Columbia, Canada, is excited to announce that the Centre's Dr. Geoff Thompson has published an important article entitled, "Who am I? The Question Addicts Don't Ask" in Zest 2017, Powell River Living's annual health and wellness magazine (Page 21 of the digital version). [...]

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