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67 How long does meth last?

How long does meth last?

July 1st, 2014

After you take meth, peak concentrations can be detected in your bloodstream about 3 hours later, but meth effects can last for up to 12 hours after administration. How long does meth stay in the body? More here.

3 Physician substance abuse: INTERVIEW with Dr. Neal Gray

Physician substance abuse: INTERVIEW with Dr. Neal Gray

June 30th, 2014

Q&A on physicians and substance abuse, addictionology, and risks/prevention of drug dependence during surgery. Exclusive interview with anethesiologist, Dr. Neal Gray here.

How to help a meth addict

How to help a meth addict

June 28th, 2014

Help for meth addiction includes detox, physical stabilization and psychological treatment. More on getting help for meth and where to find it here.

Differences between a mental and physical addiction to alcohol

Differences between a mental and physical addiction to alcohol

June 27th, 2014

Mental addiction to alcohol is characterized by craving; physical addiction occurs when your body becomes dependent on alcohol to function normally. More on the distinction here.

Wenn liebe in co-abhängigkeit ersäuft: BOOK REVIEW on codependency

Wenn liebe in co-abhängigkeit ersäuft: BOOK REVIEW on codependency

June 26th, 2014

2 Empathy and substance abuse counseling

Empathy and substance abuse counseling

June 26th, 2014

Empathy in substance abuse counseling is well documented. But how can you use empathy in the context of varying viewpoints? Licensed clinical social worker and drug/alcohol counselor Kenneth Pecoraro elucidates here.

2 Should sober living houses be covered by insurance? INTERVIEW with Opportunities Halfway House

Should sober living houses be covered by insurance? INTERVIEW with Opportunities Halfway House

June 24th, 2014

A review of the PROs and CONs of combining insurance with halfway house reimbursement. An article of interest to parents and regulating state/federal governments! More about sober living and insurance here.

Drug & alcohol treatment centers in Illinois: Who's being treated? (INFOGRAPHIC)

Drug & alcohol treatment centers in Illinois: Who's being treated? (INFOGRAPHIC)

June 24th, 2014

While 40K+ people got help for addiction in 2012 in the state of Illinois, it's estimated that another 60K people need help for drug abuse and 100K need help for alcohol problems. More on who's currently getting addiction treatment in Illinois and WHO NEEDS it here.

How to create a gratitude list

How to create a gratitude list

June 22nd, 2014

Gratitude = positive attitude. How can you start to incorporate gratefulness every day? Learn how to make a gratitude list in 7 easy steps here.

Sober summer activities

Sober summer activities

June 21st, 2014

Some ideas for fun-in-the-sun activities..without the hangover!

2 What is oxycodone used for?

What is oxycodone used for?

June 19th, 2014

Oxycodone is an opiate used to relieve moderate to severe pain. It works by changing the way the brain and nervous system respond to pain. More on oxycodone here.

Growing up with alcoholic parents

Growing up with alcoholic parents

June 29th, 2014

There is so much about alcoholism that brings us to grief. But when we accept that which we cannot understand, we can create room to feel, to live and to thrive. More on how to grow up OUT OF alcoholism here.

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Rehab facilities in Florida: Who's getting treatment in FL? (INFOGRAPHIC)

June 25th, 2014

How many people are served by Florida's network of treatment services? More here, with stats from SAMHSA's DASIS reports laid out in a graphic form. Easy-to-read stats on addiction treatment in Florida!

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Having faith in recovery

June 23rd, 2014

When life begins to unravel, how do you get re-centered? Suggestions for Christians about finding and having faith in recovery here.

Preventing prescription opioid overdose

Preventing prescription opioid overdose

June 20th, 2014

Popping a few extra pills can seem benign, but treatments such as psychotherapy, meditation, exercise, and dietary changes carry fewer risks and, in many cases, may work better to manage symptoms. More on Rx opioid overdose and its signs here.

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