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Monthly Archives: October 2013

Treatment Center takes Fresh Look at Naltrexone Delivery - by Implant

Naltrexone therapy is one in an arsenal of treatments available to those battling alcohol or opiate addictions. Although the drug itself may be an effective tool for relapse prevention, it’s success has been undermined by the compliance factor. In pill form, the drug must be taken every 24-48 hours. Many would simply skip or forget Continue Reading

Online Gambling: Is it Too Easy to Engage In?

Being addicted to online gambling is a dangerous and habitually destructive thing to engage in. For those who choose to engage in Internet gambling, he or she can sit in the comfort and safety of their home and lose a great deal of money. It is important to note that Internet gambling has become such Continue Reading

Silk Road Stopped - Online Site Dealt Drugs and More…

He managed to stay under the radar for over two years, but now Ross Ulbricht has sacrificed his freedom and will face charges stemming from his operation of Silk Road, an online marketplace that sold everything from drugs to guns to computer and ATM hacking lessons – even assassins for the right price. This young Continue Reading

First Inpatient Internet Addiction Treatment Program Opens

Like anything, the internet can be addictive The internet has done much to spread information quickly to a vast audience, thank you modern technology! But while it may be an asset for most, there are those who have taken things to far – actually becoming addicted to the internet – using it to meet people, Continue Reading

Why Do Students Take "Study Drugs?"

In an increasingly competitive academic clime and difficult post-graduation job market, more and more high school and college students are turning to stimulants and amphetamines to get an edge. Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) medication for students is widely available on campuses, even though only about 4% of adults meet the diagnostic criteria for ADHD. Continue Reading

Sex Addiction and the movie, Thanks For Sharing

The movie, Thanks For Sharing in many ways, realistically addresses the struggle of sexual addiction By definition, sexual addiction is basically a scientific name to define frequent or out-of-control sexual urges, behaviors and/or compulsive thoughts. In other words, if you’re struggling with sex addiction chances are you may be doing things like looking at porn, Continue Reading

How to Help Children of Addicted Parents

Addiction and the family can be a difficult subject to talk about, but it’s an important topic to broach considering the sheer number of children affected by parents with an addiction More than 28 million Americans have seen at least one parent struggle with alcoholism, and an estimated 7.5 million live with a parent who Continue Reading

How to Cope With a Significant Other Struggling with Addiction

It doesn’t matter if it’s your boyfriend addicted to weed or if your girlfriend is an alcoholic, life together becomes a series of peaks and valleys and you never know which version of your loved one you’re going to be dealing with that day. Is it the boyfriend you met who wants to be an Continue Reading

Cost of Addiction: From Drug Production to Usage to Rehab

Many of the steepest costs are things to which you can’t assign a dollar value. How do you determine the “cost”, for example, of missing your son’s graduation or ruining your marriage or career? Since 80 percent of neglect and child abuse cases involve substance abuse, what does that “expense” mean? (Forbes) But even if Continue Reading