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Tips for Confronting an Alcoholic

When drinking becomes problematic, an individual can no longer control their alcohol use. It is essential to master the task of what to say when...

Dealing With Ambien Withdrawal

It’s 4 AM, and you’ve flipped through the entire catalogs of all your favorite streaming services. Ambien withdrawal has set in after you recently quit...

Success Rate of Rehab: Does it Work?

The common thought regarding rehab is that it is the end-all-be-all for addiction. Addiction should be seen as a treatable disease like any other. The...

Discovery Institute to Be Included in Newsweek’s “Best Addiction Treatment Centers 2021”

Discovery Institute is proud to announce that it will be recognized in Newsweek’s list of “America’s Best Addiction Treatment Centers 2021.” The list will be...

Alcohol Abuse in College: Greek Life and Alcohol Statistics

Alcohol abuse in college has quickly become a major issue, especially among fraternities and sororities. Studies shows that members of Greek life are more likely...

Drug Use’s Effects on the Eyes: What Drugs Cause Dilated Pupils?

Pupil dilation can happen for many reasons, but pupils dilate or shrink when they’re exposed to direct light. Pupils can dilate through internal and external...

Alcohol Withdrawal Dreams

According to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), one out of 12 American adults suffered from a substance use disorder. That totals...

10 Signs of Prescription Drug Addiction

Americans are taking more prescription drugs today than in the past. In 2020, 4.55 billion prescriptions were written in the United States. At the same...

10 Risk Factors for Addiction

Addiction does not care what your beliefs are or how you were raised. Because it can affect anyone, answering is addiction genetic or environmental is...

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