A DUI attorney Indianapolis is very much different from personal injury lawyer. A DUI lawyer Indianapolis is a specialized lawyer who only charge the above mentioned fees irrespective of the result. No guarantee is provided as to the result. Personal … Read the rest
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For many people suffering with drug or alcohol addiction, taking one of the first steps in the path of sobriety, detoxing off the … Read the rest
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Onscreen and off, it’s clear to see that Full House and Fuller House stars have supported one another through the years. Last … Read the rest
I was perusing past year’s articles in Alcoholism Treatment Quarterly and came across these two:
- Achieving a 15% Relapse Rate: A Review of Collegiate Recovery and Physician Health Programs
- A Perspective from the Field: The Disconnect between Abstinence-Based Programs and
Are We Finally Getting Serious About Our Deadly Drug Trends?
Is there anyone left in our nation who can say they personally know no one touched by problem drug or alcohol use?
Judging by a flurry of studies released in … Read the rest
When you think of a drug overdose victim, chances are you think of someone inexperienced with drug use who takes more than they can handle, or a person who unknowingly takes a purer strain of drug than they’re used to. … Read the rest
Over the past few years, media reports have sounded the alarm that an opioid epidemic is sweeping the country, killing thousands of our citizens. And now new research findings reveal that the problem may be even more widespread than we … Read the rest
This makes zero sense in an opioid crisis.
Who wants this? Are doctors and patients saying that the array opioid medications is incomplete?
What’s driving this? Public health? Ideology? Market forces?
Why are only 4 legislators speaking up?
You fill … Read the rest
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Google Maps has launched a new effort to combat the opioid crisis. Last week, Google Maps released a pilot project, … Read the rest