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Recovery Advisor Weekly roundup

Substance Abuse Recovery Weekly Roundup – July 4th Week

1. Nixon Launched The War On Drugs 50 Years Ago. Who Won? Fifty years ago, President Richard Nixon declared a war on drugs. Today, it is questionable whether anyone won the war. (nbcnews.com) 2. Spike In Drug, Alcohol Related Jail Deaths Puts Spotlight On Fallout From ‘War On Drugs’ Drug and alcohol-related deaths are on
Recovery Advisor Weekly roundup

Substance Abuse Recovery Weekly Roundup – July 3rd Week

1. Ease Of Covid Lockdown Restrictions May Help Diminish Drug Addiction, National Institute On Drug Abuse Director Says Dr. Nora Volkow, Director of the National Institute on Drug Abuse, told CNBC’s “The News with Shepard Smith” that she’s hopeful that the spike in drug overdoses will not be lasting.  cnbc.com 2. OSU Opens New Substance
Health Effects of Different Addictions

Health Effects Of Different Addictions

Habits are generally difficult to break. Yet when habits become addictions, drastic measures like addiction counseling have to be taken in order to curb the problem. If nothing is done to solve the problem, the victim may suffer the respective ill effects. Drug Addiction Normally, a drug addict will show signs of mental disorders like
Recovery Advisor Weekly roundup

Substance Abuse Recovery Weekly Roundup – July 2nd Week

1. Harm Reduction Is The Best Approach For Covid And Drug Addiction In both cases, harm reduction is a better strategy than draconian rules that feel virtuous but don’t actually work (scientificamerican.com) 2. What Can Surfing Tell Us About Addiction? In “The Drop,” Thad Ziolkowski explores the ways that surfing both acts as a “parable”
Recovery Advisor Weekly roundup

Substance Abuse Recovery Weekly Roundup – July 1st Week

1. Monroe County Seeks Added Resources In The Battle Against Drug Addiction In response, the community is taking advantage of classes offered at the Gates Police Station, certifying people to use Narcan on anyone they come across at home or on the street overdosed. (rochesterfirst.com) 2. Sheriff’s Office Begins Mental Health, Drug Addiction Pilot –
Learn More About Nausea

Learn More About Nausea

Nausea is a feeling of stomach illness characterized by insisting to vomit and it is accompanied by strong repugnance and aversion. Nausea is the probable symptom of a number of conditions; some of them are not associated with the stomach. Nausea may be due to unfavorable effects of drugs and nausea conditions may be seen
Recovery Advisor Weekly roundup

Substance Abuse Recovery Weekly Roundup – June 4th Week

1. Addiction Center Raising Awareness Of Drug Addiction In Older LGBTQ  Community The Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation, a nationwide organization with treatment centers here in Naples says Pride Month needs to be about celebration but also, education. (fox4now.com) 2. Memphis Non-Profit Recognized For Volunteer Work Aimed At Fighting Drug Addiction A Betor Way is one
Adrenal Glands Are Directly Affected By Stress

Adrenal Glands Are Directly Affected By Stress

Connection Between Stress And High Vital Signs Stress can undermine your health. The connection between stress and high vital signs , heart condition , and lots of digestive problems is well-established within the medical literature. Stress creates hormonal and blood glucose changes, causes the body to excrete nutrients and adversely affects the system . The
Recovery Advisor Weekly roundup

Substance Abuse Recovery Weekly Roundup – June 2nd Week

1. Chronic Hope Institute Offers Addiction Recovery For Families The organization’s mission is to educate families on addiction, codependency, and recovery. (9news.com) 2. Cook County Program Helps Recovering Drug Addicts Find A New Lease On Life Affordable Housing A new Cook County program is helping those recovering from addiction find refuge in their own homes.