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One of the standard reference materials anyone can rely on while dealing with mental illness is the DSM-5, the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders. When a person looks up any classified condition, the criteria for each disorder always end with two distinct requirements: “The disturbance is not attributable to the physiological effects of […]


Dealing with a great loss in one’s life is a significant event. For instances such as death, trauma can be a common response. Similarly, going through a romantic separation of any kind can go one of two ways. A couple will either split up with equal, consensual feelings or they will end on a more […]


HIV, or human immunodeficiency virus, is defined as a sexually transmitted infection. While sexual relations are its primary form of transmission, it can also be spread by blood or between generations during pregnancy, childbirth or breast-feeding. By weakening the immune system and the body’s capacity to fight off disease, a person will undergo an increasing […]


The Internet is a significant technological development that was introduced into society only a short time ago. Although it came from humble beginnings in governmental and academic networks, its digital connections have influenced the lives of billions. The World Wide Web is now an irreplaceable resource for instant information and cross-cultural communication. However, while people […]


High-functioning alcoholic: it sounds like an oxymoron. A person is stricken with the craving, withdrawal and tolerance that comes with a serious dependency to alcohol, but is still able to maintain other obligations like work, school and relationships. While these two structures of life seem mutually exclusive, many individuals practicing abusive behavior with beer, wine […]


When an individual thinks about drugs or alcohol, he or she may hold a particular perspective or bias depending on personal circumstances. For those still in the midst of an abusive or addictive relationship with a substance, one’s association may be limited to the rewards that drugs and alcohol provide. A number of side effects […]


According to a 2013 National Survey on Drug Use and Health (NSDUH), an estimated 15.3 million individuals of at least 12 years of age misused medically administered drugs in the course of a year. Even more shocking is that an annual survey titled Monitoring the Future released by the White House and the National Institute […]


There are many analogies for the human brain. Some sources compare the organ to a computer, as different functions are compartmentalized to specific areas that are wired together. Other experts describe the mind as a collection of roads and highways due to the continuous signal traffic that shoots back and forth between neurons and the […]


Regardless of how one may feel about the term “behavioral addiction,” there are problems that drastically affect all kinds of people. Although not all are officially classified by the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM), these types of addictive actions still inflict legitimate restrictions on a person’s daily life. Some particular addictions have […]


A 2010 study reported that substance abuse during pregnancy has increased over the past three decades in the United States, affecting approximately 225,000 infants. While using illegal substances during pregnancy is heavily warned and advocated against, the consequences of this action have not been properly reported. Assumptions may include a predisposition to deformities in newborns […]

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