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How Narconon Fresh Start is Different from a Twelve-Step Program

Twelve-step drug and alcohol recovery programs are known throughout America and around the world. People may know the program as AA (Alcoholics Anonymous) or NA (Narcotics Anonymous). 524 more words

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Empowering those affected

9/19/16

Empowering those affected

It’s Monday the 19th, and the morning is clearly an indicator that fall is quickly approaching. While working in my office I received a telephone call from a mom who lives outside of Yamhill County. 292 more words

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Reasons Why People Might Not Seek Drug Rehab

Out of millions of addicted or drug-dependent people, only about one in ten go to rehab each year. The rest of the people have their own reasons why they don’t find a rehab program. 456 more words

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And sharks do not eat gas tanks

It’s not as though suspension of disbelief isn’t a thing. In Ian McEwan’s The Cement Garden, the reader has to believe that three children, whose parents have both died of separate illnesses in quick succession, can live undetected by neighbors, schools, police or social services, for several weeks, even as corpses rot in their home’s basement. 611 more words

Physician Suicide and “Physician Wellness” –Time to start talking about the elephant in the room! | Michael Langan, M.D. – Disrupted Physician

Although no reliable statistics exist, anecdotal reports suggest an alarming upsurge in physician suicide. This necessitates a reappraisal of known predisposing risk factors such as substance abuse and depression but also requires a critical examination of what external forces or vulnerabilities might be unique to doctors and how they might be involved in the descent from suicidal ideation to suicidal planning to completed suicide. 144 more words

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Pfizer admits Big Pharma is profiting from addiction; its products support opioid epidemic | Vicki Batts - NaturalNews.com

(NaturalNews) Well, it only took two decades for Pfizer to admit that opioids are indeed addictive, even when they are used as prescribed. There is also no evidence that opioids are effective for long-term treatment of chronic pain, in spite of the clever and misleading marketing campaigns led by manufacturers. 112 more words

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