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11-01-17 Category: Rehabilitation

The Drug Enforcement Administration has been striving hard to combat the opioid epidemic ravaging the United States. However, it seems the organization has not been getting enough support from all quarters. There were two major forces working to thwart the DEA’s efforts to curb the opioid addiction crisis, claimed Joe Rannazzisi, the former chief of […]

10-26-17 Category: Rehabilitation, Treatment

There is no conclusive medical test to determine the presence of attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). Its diagnosis is usually based on consultations with physicians as well as questionnaires completed by the patients, their family members, teachers, caregivers and/or co-workers regarding abrupt behavior patterns. In some cases, additional co-existing conditions can make the diagnosis difficult as […]

10-26-17 Category: Rehabilitation, Treatment

Accepting the mistake of not regulating opioid prescriptions more during the 2000s, Scott Gottlieb, M.D., the Commissioner of Food and Drug Administration (FDA), has said he doesn’t want to repeat it now in his third stint at the agency and the first as its chief since May 2017. Speaking at a special session of the […]


The United States is grappling with a deadly opioid epidemic, causing a surge in the number of overdoses and associated fatalities. Opioid overdoses are happening not only along the borders and crime-ridden alleyways but also in every nook and cranny of concrete high-rises and bustling metropolises. According to a recent report published by the Blue […]

06-20-17 Category: Addiction Treatment, Rehabilitation

Anthony McPartlin, one of the biggest names in British television for shows, such as “Britain’s Got Talent (BGT)” and “I’m A Celebrity,” has acknowledged that he is addicted to prescription drugs and alcohol. 41-year-old McPartlin, one half of the hugely popular presenter duo Ant & Dec, admitted to his battle with substance abuse resulting from […]

05-15-17 Category: Addiction Treatment, Rehabilitation

As prescription drug abuse continues to claim many lives in California, in a heartening move communities throughout the state came out in large numbers to get rid of their unwanted or unused prescription drugs on the National Prescription Drug Take Back Day (NPDTBD) that was observed on April 29, 2017. In Sacramento alone, authorities managed […]

Sacramento approves crisis intervention training after killings of mentally ill
02-07-17 Category: Mental Health, Rehabilitation

“What are you doing you freak?” “He jumped the fence, that’s pretty funny. … I would have fought him, but I didn’t wanna…” “There’s some nut, tweak just freaking out. If you see him, hit him with a baseball bat a few times…” These were the words of police officers who shot a man 14 […]

Vietnam War veterans kicked their addiction

“That men do not learn very much from the lessons of history is the most important of all the lessons of history.” – Aldous Huxley The military and President Nixon’s White House had a problem in 1971. The contested U.S. involvement in the Vietnam War was coming to a close, and the administration wanted to […]

homeless people with dual diagnosis

The U.S. Department of Housing and Development’s (HUD) 2015 Annual Homeless Assessment Report (AHAR) to Congress notes on any given night in the U.S., 564,708 people are homeless. Between 10 and 20 percent of these individuals have co-occurring mental health and substance abuse issues. In 2014, nearly 50,000 veterans were homeless. Over 40 percent of […]

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