Month: January 2019

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Dealing With Seasonal Affective Disorder During Winter Recovery
30 January

Shorter days, colder temps, gray skies – this time of year is tough for the best of us. And, if

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Fatal Drug ODs Soaring Among Middle-Aged Women
23 January

Middle-aged American women are dying from opioid overdoses at an alarming rate, according to new data by the Centers for

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Opioid Detox is the Beginning of Recovery
22 January

Opioids are prescribed to relieve pain. Unfortunately, they have addictive powers capable of causing more pain than relief. A recent

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Opioids Fuel Doubling of Suicides and Overdoses
16 January

Suicides and drug overdoses are killing American adults at an alarming rate — twice the rate as they did 17

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Resolutions, Who Needs Them Anyway?
11 January

Resolutions are so last year. Resolutions are hard to keep; they are either too ambitious or too obscure. Subtle lifestyle

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Controversial Tool in Fight Against Opioid Addiction
8 January

A new tool has emerged in the fight against opioid overdoses – but it’s a bit controversial. It’s the fentanyl

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