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How to Get Rid of a Hangover

Last Updated on August 10, 2015 by The truth is drinking too much alcohol can happen to anyone. More often than not, the person was planning to have just “a couple of drinks”, and things got out of hand. To try and help you get over the effects of a bout of drinking too much, […]


Avoiding Romantic Relationships in Early Recovery

Last Updated on March 30, 2018 by The road to recovery is one that requires focus, time, and determination. During this journey of re-discovery, a person must be in the right mindset in order to yield successful results. Despite popular beliefs, jumping into a romantic relationship in the early stages of recover might not be […]


Tips from the Pros on How to Stay Sober this Holiday Season

Last Updated on August 10, 2015 by Merry, Berry, Bright, & Sober  With the holidays just around the corner, many who have taken the path of sobriety are anxiously worrying about how they will refuse temptations and continue saying no. Whether you have chosen to be sober as a personal choice or for health reasons, […]


Study Sheds New Light on Alcohol and Breast Cancer Risk

Last Updated on April 22, 2020 by A new study, entitled the “Nurse’s Health Study” has correlated a heightened risk for breast cancer in women who regularly consume alcohol. In an observational, longitudinal (1980 to 2008) study involving 105,000 women, nearly 7700 cases of invasive breast cancer were diagnosed in women who reported consuming three […]


The Importance of Staying Medication Compliant After Rehab

Last Updated on March 25, 2015 by Any form of rehabilitation is difficult if the patient doesn’t cooperate with their physician and the prescribed procedures for recovery. This is particularly true for any type of drug or alcohol rehabilitation, where patient cooperation and participation is a critical factor in successful recovery. The relapse rate for […]


Is Nicotine the #1 Gateway to Illicit Drug Use?

Last Updated on March 25, 2015 by Even with mass health warnings making their way onto the very labels of the products, cigarette smoking is a habit that many refuse to give up. Did you know that nicotine addiction could be acting as a gateway into the use of illicit drugs? The National Institutes for […]