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[...] usually require very specific treatment. Oftentimes, the reasons that draw adults to substance abuse are far different than the reasons that draw teenagers to substance abuse. There are [...]

How to Recognize and Lessen Your Chance of Addiction

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Binge Drinking: Effects on the Brains of Young Adults

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How to Recognize and Lessen Your Chance of Addiction

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Is Club Drug Usage Still on the Rise?

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A Web of Deceit: How Addicts and Their Lies Affect Others

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Are You At Risk Of Becoming An Alcoholic?

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Common Misconceptions About Cocaine

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[...] well. Twenty-three million Americans, age 12 and older suffer from some sort of alcohol and drug addiction. Approximately 15 million of them are dependent on alcohol, 4 million dependent on drugs, and [...]

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What Are Some Reasons for Drug Abuse or Addiction?

[...] Drug Abuse or Addiction There are a lot of people who actually experiment with drugs due to various [...]

Do You Have a Teenager Who is Abusing Drugs?

[...] press release from the CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention), the deadly toll of drug abuse was illustrated yet again. The CDC’s analysis points out that drug overdose deaths in the [...]

Is Club Drug Usage Still on the Rise?

[...] sacrificed their lives for drugs would likely be the first to tell you that club drug abuse is anything but non-threatening. Sadly, these people are no longer able to preach the dangers [...]

Understanding Teen Prescription Drug Abuse

[...] Teen Prescription Drug Abuse According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, prescription and over-the-counter medicines are among the highest numbers of drugs abused by [...]

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