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How Dogs Can Help Treat Mental Disorders

Cynthia ReynaHealth and Medical, Recovery

If you’ve ever owned a dog, you know the happiness they can bring. You’re probably familiar with the warmth of their chin resting on your knee, and their body on your lap.
October 30th 2017
Cynthia Reyna
Health and Medical, Recovery

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Does Calling Addiction a Disease Make It Harder to Treat?

Renee DeveneyAddiction, Health and Medical, Research and Surveys

There has long been a debate on whether or not addiction should be classified as a disease. People in both camps have valid reasons for their stance...
October 27th 2017
Renee Deveney
Addiction, Health and Medical, Research and Surveys

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Can Physical Illness Affect You Mentally?

Olivia PennelleHealth and Medical, Sober Living

Do you ever feel like you aren’t entirely sure whether you’re physically sick or experiencing symptoms of depression and anxiety? Or both?
September 29th 2017
Olivia Pennelle
Health and Medical, Sober Living

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The Addiction That Costs More Than a New Car

Renee DeveneyAddiction, Financial, Health and Medical, Research and Surveys, Substance Abuse

Addiction can impact your entire life — from relationships and work to mental and physical health. One of the most substantial (and often overlooked) aspects of addiction is the financial impact that it can have.

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The Overlooked Victims: Find Out Who Else Is Overdosing on Fentanyl

Cynthia ReynaEvents, Health and Medical

Dogs are beloved family members and loyal companions to many. To agents of the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), they’re even more.
August 9th 2017
Cynthia Reyna
Events, Health and Medical

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‘To the Bone’: 6 Eating Disorder Myths Debunked

Camille RenzoniHealth and Medical, Rehab

Telling the story of Ellen, a teenager in treatment for anorexia, “To the Bone” is Netflix’s latest controversial creation. But is the film’s depiction of eating disorder therapy on target, or does it miss the mark entirely?
August 2nd 2017
Camille Renzoni
Health and Medical, Rehab

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5 Simple Ways to Manage Your Anxiety at Work

Christina BockischAddiction, Health and Medical, Recovery

I’ve had generalized anxiety disorder since I was 13, and I genuinely don’t remember a life when I wasn’t anxious about something.
June 15th 2017
Christina Bockisch
Addiction, Health and Medical, Recovery

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What You Should Know about Addiction Treatment and Pregnancy

The Recovery VillageAlcohol Treatment, Health and Medical

* Statistics from CDC In 2012, an estimated 5.9 percent of pregnant women in the US used illicit drugs, and around 8.5 percent drank alcohol ... Read more
May 26th 2017
The Recovery Village
Alcohol Treatment, Health and Medical

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Orlando Opioid Workshop Inspires Action

Megan HullEvents, Health and Medical, Substance Abuse

On March 2, 2017, the air hung heavy between the high walls of the Orange County Board of Commissioners chambers. Policymakers, community leaders, treatment providers, law enforcement officials and concerned citizens settled in to discuss one of Florida’s most urgent crises – opioid addiction.
May 8th 2017
Megan Hull
Events, Health and Medical, Substance Abuse