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Benefits of Massage Therapy for Addiction Recovery

2021-05-13T18:03:23-04:00

An effective detox treatment that many people are not aware of is massage therapy for addiction recovery. When the body is withdrawing from drugs or alcohol during detox, most patients experience physical symptoms ranging

Benefits of Massage Therapy for Addiction Recovery2021-05-13T18:03:23-04:00

Substance Abuse and Anxiety Disorders

2020-04-28T15:05:13-04:00

Anyone who suffers from mental illness, in particular from anxiety, can tell you of the pressures and overwhelming fears that they face on a daily basis. It’s not surprising to learn then that the incidence

Substance Abuse and Anxiety Disorders2020-04-28T15:05:13-04:00

Understanding Synthetic Marijuana, Spice and K2

2017-02-22T08:04:09-05:00

Synthetic marijuana, which is also called Spice or K2, is a chemically modified variant of herbal marijuana which produces mind-altering effects similar to marijuana, but with much more potency. This new drug is commonly sold

Understanding Synthetic Marijuana, Spice and K22017-02-22T08:04:09-05:00

Signs You May Be Addicted to Your Prescription Medication

2020-04-28T15:01:49-04:00

Drug abuse rates in the United States are higher than ever. According to the International Narcotics Control Board (INCB), prescription drug overdoses are one of the main causes of the increase in unintentional injury deaths

Signs You May Be Addicted to Your Prescription Medication2020-04-28T15:01:49-04:00

What is Synthetic Marijuana?

2020-04-28T15:56:51-04:00

Synthetic marijuana, which is also known by a variety of street names including Spice, Black Mamba, and Fake Weed, is a chemically modified version of the kinds of herbal marijuana available to medical patients, or

What is Synthetic Marijuana?2020-04-28T15:56:51-04:00

Addiction in the Workplace: There Really Is Hope

2017-10-30T14:48:47-04:00

When it comes to addiction in the workplace, there are many fine lines to be crossed. However, it should be noted that addiction is considered a disease and treatment is available. This is why it's so imperative that

Addiction in the Workplace: There Really Is Hope2017-10-30T14:48:47-04:00