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Substance Abuse, Mental Illness, and Access to Care in Rural America

Colleen O'Day ❘

Getting adequate health care can be a challenge in rural America, particularly when addiction treatment and rehabilitation services are needed.

The 5 Best Ways to Ask for Help with Addiction

Beth Leipholtz ❘

One of the most difficult things for people to do is ask for help with addiction, leaving many to live in a downward spiral rather than reach out.

Smartphone Addiction Linked to Chemical Imbalance and Depression

Isabella Cruz ❘

Smartphone addiction is a serious problem that is getting worse, and recent studies have shown a connection to chemical imbalance and depression.

Why Alcohol Is the Deadliest Drug

Kelly Fitzgerald ❘

There is a tendency to believe alcohol is ok, not dangerous, and an acceptable form of relaxation, but alcohol is actually the deadliest drug of all.

Addiction: Is it a Disease or a Choice?

Mia Williams, MS ❘

The controversy over whether addiction is a disease or a choice is important for those who work with substance abuse and who struggle with addiction.

Mental Illness and Addiction: Which Came First?

Olivia Pennelle ❘

It was only in recovery that I truly understood the correlation between mental illness and addiction and was able to fully recover.

Stress and Addiction

Olivia Pennelle ❘

Leading substance abuse experts suggest dealing with stressors as a strategy to deal with the growing scourge of addiction and stress.

History Of Prescription Drugs For Children With ADHD

Jeffrey Juergens ❘

Every year, millions of American under 17 are diagnosed with ADHD. The most common form of treatment is prescription drugs for children with ADHD.

5 Things to Remember About Sobriety During Holidays

Kelly Fitzgerald ❘

The holidays can bring up a lot for those in recovery. Here are 5 strategies to help you maintain sobriety during the holidays.

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