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Detroit MI Alcohol Drug Rehab Launches New Long-Term Residential Treatment
Residential treatment allows a person time to heal from the ravages of abusing drugs like Ecstasy, cocaine, marijuana, and prescription drugs. The center takes into account all parts of a person's life and makes sure each troublesome area is addressed …
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Garland TX Alcohol Drug Rehab Announces Expanded Residential Treatment
For the Garland residential treatment center, the bottom line is to help everyone leave with a plan for life. People enter treatment seeking a new life or relief from pain. Entering the facility gives clients a new chance to be responsible people. They …
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Support Groups
Quit Smoking Classes, presented by Northeast Florida Area Health Education Center, 2:30 p.m. Tuesdays through April 15, St. Vincent's Heart and Vascular Building, 1824 King St., Suite 100; 5:30 p.m. Thursdays through April 17, Family Care Partners …
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Jarrod Saltalamacchia, Garrett Jones hit late homers, but Marlins fall to Mets
Left fielder Christian Yelich then made a nice running catch on pinch-hitter Bobby Abreu's liner for the second out. But Omar Quintanilla … Furcal joined the Suns on Monday on a rehab assignment for a hamstring strain he sustained in spring training …
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Saturday Morning Quarterback
Arkansas, Cincinnati, Louisville, Chattanooga, Florida, Ole Miss, Mississippi State, Tennessee, Vanderbilt and Western Kentucky are listed by different recruiting websites as being in the mix. … In other recruiting news, though this is a bit dated …
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Brockton Mayor Seeks Harsher Penalties For Drug Dealers Operating Near
BOSTON — Calling Brockton the “epicenter of the heroin crisis in southeastern Massachusetts,” the city's mayor, Bill Carpenter, is proposing tougher penalties for dealers caught trying to sell drugs within 300 feet of an addiction treatment center …
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Drug treatment house approved in North Berwick
The board also mandated a compliance check in one year to make sure the treatment center meets terms of its approval. The center will be … Pelletier and coexecutive director Lindsay Badger are both trained in treating people with drug abuse. Both …
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Online Intervention Improves Outcomes in Substance Abuse
A large, randomized controlled trial (RCT) of more than 500 adult outpatients seeking treatment for substance abuse showed that those who received 12 weeks of Therapeutic Education System (TES) plus individual and group counseling had a significantly …
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Drugmaker's dual role as friend, foe
“I'm appalled,” said Andrew Kolodny, chief medical officer of Phoenix House, a national addiction treatment network with six centers in Massachusetts. “I think it's disgusting that a drug company with an opioid addiction treatment would want to grab a …
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Congressional panel hears heartbreaking veterans testimony
An hour later, the VA's representative, Thomas Lynch, assistant deputy undersecretary for health clinical operations, was called to testify on what lawmakers have called unacceptable delays and preventable deaths at VA medical centers. … The cases …
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Cancer Treatment Centers of America (CTCA) Names Devin C. Carty Chief
Prior to that, Carty received a dual bachelor's degree in biology and biochemistry from Benedictine University in Lisle, Illinois. Additionally, Carty advanced his education through Executive Development and Certifications in Design … CTCA offers a …
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Bain Capital sees opportunity in methadone clinics
But as opiates ravage communities from rural Vermont to Hollywood, treating addiction has become big business. The push for national health care, and recent changes to federal health insurance laws could make it even more attractive. Substance abuse …
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Tennessee bill OKs criminal charges for mothers' prenatal drug use
State legislators slid in an amendment to the bill that allows women to avoid criminal charges if they receive drug treatment voluntarily, appeasing early opponents in the state who argued against punishing women addicts. The bill also has a sunset …
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