Month: January 2015

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Alcohol Advertisements During Super Bowl
30 January

If you’re not a football fan, watching the Super Bowl actually means watching the commercials. On average, there is about

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Dry Bars: A New and Welcomed Trend
29 January

Dry bars are an evolving trend that is sure to be loved by the recovery community. A dry bar is

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Being A Team Player
28 January

Blog post by: Alumni Relations Specialist The Patriots and Seahawks are going to the Super Bowl this year! Setting aside

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Caffeine in Recovery
27 January

Addicts in early recovery all ask the same question- “Do I really have to give up my morning cup of

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National Drug Facts Week
26 January

National Drug Facts Week 2015 has begun. It will run from today, January 26th, to February 2nd. National Drug Facts

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Does Alcohol Interfere With Your Medications?
23 January

Scientists from the National Institute of Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism recently completed a very important study on the interactions of

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Children: Get Some Sleep to Avoid Alcoholism
22 January

Researchers have discovered that children and teens who have a hard time falling asleep or staying asleep may be more

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Acceptance Easier Said Than Done
21 January

Blog post by: Alumni Relations Specialist Completely accepting the present moment and everything in it, NOT fighting it, NOT being

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Is Hookah Bad for You?
20 January

Hookah is becoming more and more popular in today’s society. Hookah bars are popping up in all major cities and

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Meow Meow- What is it?
16 January

In a previous blog post, we talked about the dangers of synthetic drugs. In this post, we dig deeper into

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