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  • The Difference Between Being Sober and Being in Recovery
    The Difference Between Being Sober and Being in Recovery

    When it comes to dealing with alcoholism or drug addictions , in general, there is a distinct difference between achieving sobriety and being in recovery. If you or someone you love is struggling with ...

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  • Association for Addiction Professionals Recognizes September as Recovery Month
    Association for Addiction Professionals Recognizes September as Recovery Month

    The Association for Addiction Professionals, or the NAADAC as it is also called, is at the forefront of fighting drug and alcohol addictions . The organization is there to guide, support, educate, and ...

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  • What Is Addiction?
    What Is Addiction?

    People suffering from addiction get intense cravings for something and lose control over their urges, despite adverse consequences. Addiction affects and changes the brain by altering the way it ...

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  • American Workforce Weakened by Opioid Addiction
    American Workforce Weakened by Opioid Addiction

    The opioid epidemic has been marked as one of the greatest health concerns America has faced in its history. Millions of Americans struggle with opioid addiction each day, and countless more live with ...

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  • Everyone's Talking about Opioid Addiction-but What About Benzodiazepines?
    Everyone's Talking about Opioid Addiction-but What About Benzodiazepines?

    Benzodiazepine Addiction Is the Nation’s Other, Less-Discussed Drug Problem You’ve undoubtedly heard about America’s widespread opioid epidemic. Opioid addiction often starts with a prescription, ...

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  • Tens of Thousands of Opioid Overdose Deaths Uncounted by Officials
    Tens of Thousands of Opioid Overdose Deaths Uncounted by Officials

    The opioid epidemic has claimed thousands of American lives each year for many years. However, the situation may be even worse than first anticipated. Based on new research data, at least 70,000 ...

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