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A recent study could aid suicide prevention specialists in saving those who have thoughts of attempting suicide. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) reported that, in the past year, over 2.2 million adults made a plan for suicide, and more than 1 million attempted suicide.

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The cost of alcohol abuse in families is high. Broken marriages, physical abuse, emotional instability, health problems and unemployment are all possible consequences of the excessive abuse of alcohol.

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Heavy drinking during college is a popular pastime. Many parents worry when they suspect that their college freshman is participating in the college party scene, but in many cases, the students phase out of the party life as they exit college and take on adult responsibilities.

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Oxymorphone is a narcotic pain reliever (also called opiate analgesics) similar to morphine. Narcotics such as oxymorphone are effective in treating pain because they change how the body responds to pain.

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A recent study shows that young adults who have undergone addiction treatment and arrive willing to make personal changes make great strides in recovery with guidance to build and sustain them. Butler Center colleagues explain that they believe a strong motivator for change comes from the camaraderie among young adults who have had severe addictions in treatment together.

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Actors trying to depict a drunken individual will often stagger and stumble around and slur their speech in order to communicate intoxication. It is universally recognized as drunken behavior, but only recently have the “sloppy drunk” behaviors been explained as immune system-induced responses to alcohol intake.

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We Understand Your Confusion

What type of drug rehab is right for me? Will my loved one stay in treatment long enough to get the benefits of rehab? Will my insurance cover drug rehab?

You have questions. We have answers.

Take some time to review DrugRehab.us and learn about your treatment options. If at any time you feel overwhelmed, frustrated, or confused, please pick up the phone. Our expert advisers are here to help.

Whether you decide on an outpatient drug treatment program or an inpatient residential drug rehab, you are making a choice to move forward with your life. You are choosing to reclaim your life from drugs and alcohol.