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3 Ways a Dog Can Help Your Recovery

3 Ways a Dog Can Help Your Recovery

Posted by Matthew Coulton on 18th Jan 2018

Although not everyone enjoys the company of dogs, those that do reap many rewards from their relationship with canine companions. This article will look at three different ways that dogs can help wi … read more
The Trouble With Using Benzodiazepines Long Term

The Trouble With Using Benzodiazepines Long Term

Posted by Tommy Zimmer on 16th Jan 2018

There's nothing wrong with taking benzodiazepines if you have a legitimate medical problem. You might be anxious and not be able to control these feelings on a daily basis. You could be experiencing … read more
The Senior Substance Abuse Struggle

The Senior Substance Abuse Struggle

Posted by Tommy Zimmer on 29th Dec 2017

Substance abuse is usually associated with young people. Often, young people in their teenage years go against their parents' wishes and experiment with substances, including either drugs or alcohol … read more
Defining Casual Drinking and The Negative Consequences of it

Defining Casual Drinking and The Negative Consequences of it

Posted by Tommy Zimmer on 7th Dec 2017

While you might think casual drinking is less harmful to you, it is not. Casual drinking may not always be what you think it is. There seems to be little difference as you get older between what casua … read more
Staying Away From Alcohol, Drugs in College

Staying Away From Alcohol, Drugs in College

Posted by Tommy Zimmer on 2nd Nov 2017

One of the biggest temptations for someone young and becoming independent in college is drinking and using drugs. According to the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, about 20 percent … read more