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Don’t Wait For A Warm Handoff

There are many times when we put things off until the last minute; leaving for work, paying a bill, telling your friend to look where...

Addiction Leashes In Development

As our computer and communication technology continue to become more portable and more powerful in offering solutions to various human conditions, they’ll be applied to...

Right Before Your Eyes

Society tends to only ‘see’ addiction rather than thinking about it. Our culture has internalized a specific view of what addiction and addicts look like...

How CBT Methods Are Aiding Patients in Recovering from Heroin Addiction

Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) is a widely used psychological treatment approach first developed by Dr. Aaron T. Beck in the 1960’s. CBT was initially developed in order...

Finding Your Way Back to Yourself

Addiction is an insidious disease that tends to start small. You may have felt in the past that you were fully in control of your...

About The Marchman Act Petition

Rehab centers in Florida occasionally receive questions from members of the the public about the Marchman Act Petition. Chapter 397 of the Florida Statutes relates...

James Bond Should Not Be an Inspiration When It Comes to Drinking

A new study by public health experts from the University of Otago in New Zealand has found that the fictional character James Bond showed signs...

Trauma and Addiction: Why It’s Vital to Consider Both At Broward County Drug Rehab

Human trauma is everywhere and at some point in their lives most people suffer from some form. Everyone from the poor, the rich, male, female,...

The Opioid Crisis – Fentanyl Is Beating Heroin but Dsuvia Coming Up From Behind

According to the 2018 National Vital Statistics System report, Fentanyl has now surpassed the less potent opioid heroin as the most dangerous and deadly opioid...

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