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6 Sep 2008
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Testimonial for alcohol abuse treatment by treatment solutions network
13 Sep 2008
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There are problems with alcohol abuse and drugs in Seattle. If you struggle with addiction, our alcohol abuse program can help. Away from Seattle, our facilities have all the comforts you need to begin recovery. Heal your mind, body and spirit from alcohol abuse. In Seattle call us for help today.
31 Oct 2008
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There are problems with alcohol abuse and drugs in Miami. If you struggle with addiction, our alcohol abuse program can help. Miami residents- our facilities have all the comforts you need to begin recovery. Heal your mind, body and spirit from alcohol abuse. Need help in Miami? Call us today.
1 Nov 2008
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Get affordable & effective treatment for addiction & alcohol abuse at www.CliffsideMalibu**** in San Jose, California. Quality drug rehabilitation centers in Santa Clara County, Campbell, Cupertino, Gilroy, Los Altos, Los Gatos & the Silicon Valley.
1 Nov 2008
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There are problems with alcohol abuse and drugs in Boston. If you struggle with addiction, our alcohol abuse program can help. Boston residents- our facilities have all the comforts you need to begin recovery. Heal your mind, body and spirit from alcohol abuse. In Boston call us for help today.
4 Nov 2008
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*******www.weightlosssurgerychannel**** Obesity in women is now being tied to depression and alcohol abuse, according to several studies.
6 Nov 2009
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BY LIZ REED You're watching multisource health news analysis from Newsy Four percent of world deaths are caused by alcohol - at least that’s what the World Health Organization reveals in a new report. Each year, 2.5 million people die from alcohol-related incidents like car crashes and diseases, more than both AIDS and Tuberculosis. The report, released on February 11, found that worldwide consumption in 2005 was equal to 6.13 liters of pure alcohol per person aged 15 years or older. Countries in the Americas, Europe, Eastern Mediterranean and Western Pacific regions were more stable in their consumption habits, but increases in binge drinking were seen in developing countries in Africa and Southeast Asia. An American doctor tells NBC that the report only solidifies what they already knew. Doctor Chandler Baxter: “What we’re beginning to recognize more and more is that alcohol, maybe not in huge, huge quantities, can have detrimental effects on people’s lives.”... Reporter: “You don’t have to be an alcoholic to fall victim. Even a few drinks can have an impact.” But some of the more disturbing findings are the death rates among teens. WHO substance abuse director, Shekhar Saxena, tells Voice of America alcohol is responsible for one-third of deaths among young people in some regions of the world. “A large proportion of the deaths and disability because of alcohol is actually in the young and middle ages and not in the old ages...[a] large proportion of what we are talking about in the 2.5 million deaths are in the age groups of people who should not die at that age.” Worldwide, alcohol distributors are reacting to the stats with mixed reviews. An Indian Wine Academy writer argues that the numbers seem skewed and outdated, especially when looking at wine sales in the country. “The recent findings... [show] that hard liquor accounts for 88% of alcohol consumed in India with beer taking 10% share and wine being an optimistic 2%... The study seems to be based on the statistics of 2003-5 when the wine was not really on the radar of Indian alcohol consumption... With an almost consistent annual growth of 25-35%, wine currently still remains at a minuscule under 0.5%.” But one fact the WHO says can’t be ignored is that world governments aren’t doing enough to control alcohol abuse. The organization listed multiple suggestions for change, including taxing alcohol, reducing the number of alcohol licenses available to establishments, raising drinking age limits and enforcing the law to prevent driving under the influence. But MSNBC talks to beer brewers who believe taxing will only encourage the return of antics from the United States’ Prohibition Era. “[T]he brewer SABMiller has warned that policy measures like minimum pricing and high excise taxes on alcohol could cause more public health harm than good by leading more people to drink homemade or illegally produced alcohol." The United Nations is now backing the WHO’s report and pledges to work closely with world governments to decrease alcohol abuse. Follow Newsy_Videos on Twitter Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy Transcript by Newsy
19 Feb 2011
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877-449-1342 *******FortLauderdale.thetreatmentcenter****/ Alcohol drug detox, The Treatment Center, a drug treatment programs, in Fort Lauderdale, Florida Assisting in Substance Abuse Treatment The Treatment Center in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, a drug rehab centers in Fort Lauderdale, Florida , is specialized in addiction treatment for all people looking to be clean and sober from the drugs, alcohol, addictions, and disorders. We are also a dual diagnosis program that specializes in anxiety disorder, eating disorders, depression, panic attacks, and mood disorders. We help those looking for an inpatient substance abuse treatment and alcohol detox. We also offer intensive outpatient drug rehab centers in Fort Lauderdale, Florida as well. The Treatment Center, an Addiction Treatment Center, is fortunate to be able to service all 50 states and US territories. The Treatment Center, an Alcohol detox center, professional Physicians, Therapist, and support staff in Fort Lauderdale, Florida are serious about finding solutions for your alcohol drug detox , alcohol rehab , and alcohol treatment so we can provide you with all your addiction treatment needs. The Treatment Center, an alcohol treatment center, in Fort Lauderdale, Florida We are more than just another drug rehab centers in Fort Lauderdale, Florida or substance abuse treatment center in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. We have teams who are specialized in all areas like Opiate detox, Crack Cocaine Detox, Crystal Meth Detox, Prescription Medication Detox. Once someone has successfully completed an alcohol or drug treatment programs then they move into Opiate treatment, Crack Cocaine Treatment, Crystal Methamphetamine treatment, and Prescription Medication treatment. We realize that individual drug treatment programs needs can differ greatly. That's why we offer several options, to customize your addiction treatment for your specific situation: • Inpatient Treatment • Partial Hospitalization • Intensive Outpatient Substance abuse candidates begin an alcohol abuse treatment in an Alcohol rehab center in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, from any state or US territory. We wouldn't want to leave out our outpatient abuse treatment team and program called the GO Program. The GO Program is a great for prescription medicine treatment and pain management transitional living program that helps patients transition from inpatient treatment to sober living environment. Patients enjoy the same benefits with the GO Program they experienced while patients at The Treatment Center, a pain pill detox. The GO Program allows for a continuity of pain medicine treatment for the patient and they continue to work with their original therapist. Patients are housed at one of at least a dozen quality halfway houses located in Palm Beach County. The GO Program picks up the patient at the halfway house and transports them back to The Treatment Center of the Palm Beaches Monday thru Friday, for about 4 hours daily of individual and group meetings for prescription medicine treatment. The outpatient focuses but is not limited to helping patients with relationships, co-dependency, sex and sobriety, goals, grief and trauma, coping skills, Big Book studying, 12-step -- AA/NA, relapse prevention, support, transportation, and approved sober living. The Treatment Center in Fort Lauderdale, Florida Fill Tough Addiction Treatment The Treatment Center in Fort Lauderdale, Florida FL helps the other 49 states, has the unique capability of filing running a successful substance abuse treatment center. The Treatment Center teams of healthcare professionals are trained and able to help the patient through many avenues and resources. It is time. You are finally ready to stop your use of prescription medication and drugs like Valium or Xanax, hydrocodone, oxycontin or vicodin, heroine. You are ready to take back control of your life. But the mere thought of detox and drug rehab -- especially the withdrawal process -- fills you with anxiety. Do not let your fear of withdrawal prevent you from getting sober, and living the life you deserve. Our addiction treatment professionals take all the fear and worry out of the picture. Our detox philosophy is medically safe and comfortable for you. Before drug rehabilitation can begin, you must rid your system of toxic substances like drugs. This is a process called drug detoxification, or detox. At The Treatment Center, our detox philosophy centers on your comfort, safety and peace of mind. The Treatment Center Professional Highly Trained Health Care Professionals in Fort Lauderdale, Florida can help you today. Start today, by contacting the best Drug and Alcohol Detox facility in Fort Lauderdale, Florida now at, 877-449-1342 The Treatment Center in Fort Lauderdale, Florida staff is the most experienced Substance Abuse Treatment staff in Fort Lauderdale, Florida FL, call 877-449-1342 now.
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With all of the alcohol abuse treatment programs advertised out there how can you tell which programs use methods that actually work? If you have a problem with alcohol abuse you want a program that offers permanent results, one that will permanently change your life for the better. Why is it that some alcohol abuse treatment programs give better results than others? The answer is the varying methods and techniques that are used to treat the alcohol abuse and addiction. Some rehab centers do not offer much in the way of treatment except for group therapy, and possibly some fitness activities. While these methods can be found in almost all alcohol abuse treatment programs many rehabs do not include any other therapy options or counseling types, and this is a recipe for future relapse. *******www.valiantrecovery****
10 Jul 2012
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*******www.PremierHealthRehab**** Dr. Guevara 678-223-3900 Alcohol abuse inhibits the absorption of calcium in the intestines. When the body senses a decline in calcium it tells the parathyroid gland, which releases parathormone. Parathormone's function is to regulate the calcium in the blood. To regulate calcium, it goes to the bone and takes it away from there in order to maintain the proper levels in the body. By doing this, however, it decreases the density in bones which can lead to osteoporosis and make you more susceptible to fractures. Have a health question? Visit and like us on Facebook: *******www.Facebook****/AtlantaChiropractor
15 Oct 2012
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Farrah Abraham reportedly checks into rehab for alcohol abuse, and wants to make "better choices."
1 Jul 2013
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Brain Imaging Provides Insight into a Person’s Odds of a Relapse of Alcohol Abuse Article highlights: 1. Brain imaging can help in understanding the changes in the brains. 2. MRIS can help in identifying people prone to relapse. 3. Structural MRIs helps in finding out changes in the size of brains due to drinking. 4. Functional MRI points out changes in the level of activities in the brain. 5. MRS helps to determine the impairments caused in the brain. 6. PET MRI shows how drinking affects the brain cells. 7. SPECT MRI shows the blood flow in the brain. 8. Meditation can relax the hyperactive prefrontal region of the brain. 9. Those ashamed of drinking are more susceptible to a relapse. 10. Treatment options can be chosen accordingly. Read more: *******j.mp/2dKTGHE #DrugRehab #DrugAbuse #DrugAddiction
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The Narconon New Life Detoxification Program has resulted in astonishing improvements in students who consistently report: - Ability to think more clearly. - Improved memory and attention span. - Greater energy. - Increased awareness of surroundings. - Increased feeling of general well being. - Reduction or elimination of many symptoms associated with drug addiction, including depression, irritability and fatigue. - Enthusiasm towards life. With the Narconon Drug Rehab Program, stable recovery is achievable! Once past the physical cravings, through the Narconon New Life Detoxification program, the student develops life skills that will help in maintaining a productive, drug-free life. At Narconon developing a realistic and workable sense of personal ethics and responsibility is a vital part of this recovery. Personal addiction can be ended! Our statistics at narconon show that the majority of our narconon graduates have achieved this freedom. Narconon is a network of drug and alcohol treatment facilities located throughout the world. Narconon graduates go on to do very well in life. The skills they learn at narconon will help them lead happy healthy lives. If you or someone you know abuses OTC medication please call narconon at 1-877-413-3073 or visit narconon on the web at *******www.drugsno**** *******www.drugsno****/narconon_pgm.htm Distributed by Tubemogul.
6 Feb 2009
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Are you afraid of what will happen if you dont get addiction help, Los Angeles residents? Seeking treatment can be nerve-wracking. Our treatment program is compionate, flexible and effective. Treating patients with both substance dependency and mental disorders, our integrated program provides a much higher recovery rate. We provide the support you need to end drug or abuse.
3 Apr 2009
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A young man describes the merits of the staff at Brighton Hospital and his rebuilding of relationships broken during his addiction.
13 Sep 2009
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