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Benzodiazepines and Teenagers

What are Benzodiazepines? Benzodiazepines are psychoactive drugs. They are the most prescribed drug in America. These drugs are especially common in the senior population. Still,...

Signs of Alcohol Poisoning

Alcohol poisoning, also known as alcohol intoxication is a serious and life-threatening consequence of drinking too much. With the continuing rise of people binge drinking...

What are the 3 Stages of Relapse? What Treatment Options are Available?

Relapse can be broken down into three stages: emotional, mental, and physical. It is commonly believed that relapse happens quickly, but in reality, it’s a...

College Binge Drinking: Statistics and Treatment

In this blog, we will take an in-depth look at college binge drinking as well as ways you can get help for alcohol addiction....

The 4 Types of Bipolar Disorder: What Treatment Options are Available?

Having an understanding of the 4 types of bipolar disorders can help you or a loved one seek help, sooner rather than later....

Fentanyl Facts: 10 Facts About Fentanyl Use in South Florida

Fentanyl is an opioid that is prescribed for pain. It is usually prescribed to patients who are battling cancer or for individuals after surgery. Fentanyl...

How Naloxone Can Save Lives and Reverse Overdose

One of the biggest risks people take when they use and abuse drugs and alcohol is the risk of overdosing. An overdose occurs when someone...

10 Types of Depression: Which Best Fits Your Symptoms?

We all feel sad from time to time. It’s normal to feel down in the dumps after a rough patch in your life. These sad...

Is Wine Culture Normalizing Alcoholic Moms?

You’ve probably heard and seen the sayings on coffee mugs and tote bags. “Mommy needs her juice.” “I wine because my kids whine.” Companies have...

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