Tag Archives: long term

Targeting dysregulated kappa-opioid receptors reduces working memory deficits in alcohol use disorders

As heavy or frequent drinking escalates, some people continue to drink despite increasingly negative consequences such as poor performance at work or school, deteriorating family or personal relationships, and declining physical health. Impaired working memory, a common problem in people with alcohol use disorder (AUD), can interfere with disease recovery …

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Old Town Neighborhood Association releases plan to revitalize neighborhood

A new Old Town Neighborhood Associations plan calls for, among other things, that Portland police officers know the name of at least one person in every business or that residence/business owners and non-profit organizations know the name and number of at least one Old Town PPB Officer. Kaylee Domzalski/OPB On …

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On a mission to relieve chronic pain | MIT News

About 50 million Americans suffer from chronic pain, which interferes with their daily lives, social interactions and ability to work. Professor Fan Wang of MIT wants to develop new ways to help alleviate this pain, by studying and potentially modifying the pain control mechanisms of the brain. His recent work …

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Can we prevent Internet addiction in high school?

An intervention based on cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) has found moderate success in preventing gambling and internet addiction among at-risk young people, according to German researchers. Compared to a control group, adolescents who participated in the PROTECT intervention experienced a significantly greater reduction in symptoms related to gambling disorder and disordered …

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Kansas prisons use buprenorphine and naltrexone to fight drug overdose epidemic | KCUR 89.3

A recent decision to let people continue drug treatment while in the Sedgwick County Jail in Wichita reflects a significant shift in thinking among Kansas sheriffs’ offices that is gaining momentum. Sedgwick officials are no longer removing people from their prescriptions for medications such as buprenorphine when he is imprisoned. …

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Alcohol Rehab in Ohio: Get the Best Treatment for Alcoholism

Did you know that alcohol use disorder affects more than 14.5 million people in the United States only. In fact, almost one in five adults in Ohio having indulged in heavy drinking or binge drinking in the past month. Fortunately, there is reliable professional support if you are looking for …

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Experimental brain surgery may help some people overcome drug addiction

Gina was used to surprises, but this day brought a big one. “He said, ‘They actually approached me about having brain surgery for addiction,'” she recalled. “And I literally wanted to pass out on the floor.” “They” were a research team from the Rockefeller Neuroscience Institute, based at the University …

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Researchers make non-alcoholic beer taste like regular beer

Some people find the taste to be flat and watery and this has a natural explanation, according to Sotirios Kampranis, a professor at the University of Copenhagen. “What non-alcoholic beer lacks is the aroma of hops. When you remove the alcohol from beer, for example by heating it, you also …

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Newport Beach Rehab Center’s Specialized Services Help Those Struggling With Addiction Stay Sober Long-Term | News

NEWPORT BEACH, Calif., February 3, 2022 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — Northbound Processing Center in Newport Beach continues to provide unique signature services that advance the healing journey and provide future goals for those struggling with drug or alcohol addiction. These signature services focus on a wide range of topics that benefit people …

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The risk of premature death is higher in underweight people who drink too much

A study has found that people who are underweight and drink excessively have a much higher risk of dying from heart disease, cancer and other causes than people with a healthy weight who drink more moderately. According to research, which was published in the January issue of the journal Drug …

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Senator Collins asks the experts about the COV…

Click HERE to watch Senator Collins’ Q&A with Dr. Prinstein on children’s mental health. Click HERE to watch Senator Collins’ Q&A with Ms. Goldsby on non-fatal overdoses. washington d.c. – U.S. Senator Susan Collins (R-ME), a member of the Senate Health Committee, interviewed mental health and addictions experts during a …

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Woman reflects on costs of alcoholism as Wisconsin loses more lives

Jenny has spent most of her life in Wisconsin, but she hasn’t always been in contact with alcohol. His parents didn’t drink much. She thought of herself as the type of student who would go out on weekends, but she would never pass out. Then that changed. In her thirties, …

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The only way out of the African swine fever crisis is with vaccines and the rehabilitation of small farms, says expert

So now that all the smallholders are gone… Small farms cannot survive. In Nakhon Pathom [which is known for its pig industry] the farms, where the pigs were raised in the open air, were wiped out. Now, the only viable pig farmer is a medium, semi-large or large operation that …

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Homicide was the leading cause of child deaths in the city from 2016 to 2020

Homicide is the leading cause of child deaths in Baltimore, according to a new city analysis of the unusual and unexpected deaths of 208 minors over the past five years. The report, written by the Child Fatality Review team and published on Friday, said new policies and additional resources in …

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11 Signs of Alcoholism and How to Get Help for an Alcohol Use Disorder

Experts now refer to alcoholism as a mental health condition called alcohol use disorder (AUD). Major signs include food cravings, difficulty controlling alcohol intake, and drinking that affects your daily life. A therapist or recovery professional can help you change your drinking habits and create lasting change. Visit Insider’s Health …

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APEX is proud to announce its new Chairman of the Board: Michael Cartwright

APEX Recovery of San Diego is proud to announce its new Chairman of the Board: Michael Cartwright APEX is proud to announce its new Chairman of the Board: Michael Cartwright ” – Dr Matthieu Bruhin SAN DIEGO, CA, UNITED STATES, January 2, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ – APEX Recovery is a state-of-California …

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Fancy a dry January? Here’s what you need to know about abstaining from alcohol for a month.

Stopping drinking for a month after the excesses of the holiday season – otherwise known as dry January – has become a popular New Year’s resolution. And this year, although the stress of the pandemic and a new variant could make an even more tempting nightcap, experts say it’s always …

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Apartments ready to sell like hot cakes at REHAB

Sales of ready-made apartments skyrocketed during the ongoing REHAB 2021 fair, with banks and financial institutions offering long-term loans on easier terms. A third of buyers of ready-made apartments are government employees, who get loans at an interest rate of 5%. The government’s political support of providing low-interest loans to …

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Mental health and wellness supports offered to the Brock community while on vacation – The Brock News

As Brock University’s vacation close approaches, students, staff, and faculty are reminded of several mental health and wellness resources available to them during vacation and early on. of the new year. Support for student mental health and well-being Students seeking mental health support and personal counseling can access licensed professional …

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Government supports abstinence-based drug rehab for prisoners

Prescribing methadone for heroin addiction in prisons must be replaced by “abstinence-based methods,” Justice Secretary Dominic Raab said. The new measures are proposed in the White Paper on the Prison Strategy for England and Wales, to tackle drug addiction in the prison population. In a review done for the government, …

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Duke Energy Provides $ 255,000 to Address Addiction and Mental Health Needs in Indiana Communities | Duke Energy

GrAnts will fund mental health and addiction services supporting Hoosiers in Bartholomew, Dearborn, Decatur, Franklin, Hamilton, Hancock, Howard, Jackson, Jefferson, Jennings, Johnson, Lawrence, Monroe, Ohio, Ripley, Switzerland, Tippecanoe counties and Wabash. PLAINFIELD, Ind. – The Duke Energy Foundation today awarded nine grants totaling $ 255,000 to programs that help communities …

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Domestic violence rehabilitation course obtains national accreditation

Posted: 6:00 a.m. on December 5, 2021 An innovative behavioral program to rehabilitate domestic abusers in Suffolk has received national accreditation. Iceni, a small independent charity based in Ipswich, is one of 27 organizations across the UK to have received the prestigious ‘Respect’ accreditation for its Venta program. The 16 …

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Pear’s Digital Therapy for Alcohol Use Disorder Pays Off with Revolutionary FDA Label

With its proposed special purpose acquisition company just days away from shareholder approval, Pear Therapeutics is already preparing for its future as a publicly traded company. After successfully leading three of his digital therapies through the FDA clearance process, Pear’s attention is now focused on bringing his next virtual treatment …

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Burgum signs final extraordinary session bills, investing in infrastructure, workforce and other priorities

BISMARCK, ND – Governor Doug Burgum today signed the final bills of the Special Session of the Legislative Assembly, approving strategic investments of federal dollars in infrastructure, workforce, economic development and other priorities. The investments include support for a major pipeline to transport gas from the oilfield in western state …

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Non-Alcoholic Beer Market Research Report by Type, Distribution Channel, Application, Region – Global Forecast to 2026

Non-Alcoholic Beer Market research report by Type (De-alcoholization Method and Limited Fermentation), Distribution Channel (Convenience Stores, Liquor Stores, and Online Stores), by Application, by Region (Americas, Asia Pacific and Europe, Middle East and Africa) – Global forecasts to 2026 – Cumulative impact of COVID-19 New York, Nov 10, 2021 (GLOBE …

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People still use opioids 3 months after surgery

Share on PinterestExperts say healthcare professionals should be aware of a person’s risk of opioid addiction before having surgery. blackCAT / Getty Images Researchers say that about 20 percent of people continue to use opioids 3 months after surgery. Experts say pain relievers are usually not needed more than 3 …

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Crack down on vendors, build affordable rehabilitation centers

Not so long ago, a 14 year old teenager was sitting in front of me staring at the floor. Parents complained that their son often became aggressive without any apparent provocation. Twenty years ago, I would have tried to look at school distress, parental pressure, or adolescent disorders as probable …

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Fermented Non-Alcoholic Soft Drinks Market Research Report by Product, Distribution Channel, Region – Global Forecast to 2026

Fermented Non-Dairy Soft Drink Market research report by Product (Dairy Free Drinkable Yoghurt, Fermented Juice, and Fermented Soft Drink), By Distribution Channel (Offline Retail Stores and Online Retail Stores) , by region (Americas, Asia-Pacific, and Europe, Middle East and Africa) – Global forecasts to 2026 – Cumulative impact of COVID-19 …

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Elite physiotherapy partners with Ivy Rehab

“The partnership with Elite PT and their widely recognized team of world-class support service providers and teammates is incredibly exciting. Ivy and Elite’s values ​​and dedication to the best care, service and outcomes are strongly aligned and create the framework for a successful long-term partnership that we could not be …

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QA: Federal Way City Council Job 2 Candidates

The Federal Way Mirror asked Federal Way city council candidates a few questions about their priorities and plans if elected. Read the candidates’ responses for Position 2 below. The Mirror’s 2021 nominee debate will take place from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Wednesday, October 13 at Twin Lakes Golf …

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Recovery from addiction is more than sobriety

September is the month of national recovery. An estimated 19.7 million Americans aged 12 and older battled a substance use disorder in 2017, according to the National Survey on Drug Use and Health. It is also estimated that 22.35 million, or 9.1%, of Americans are recovering from a substance use …

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Newsweek recognizes WhiteSands as one of the top drug treatment centers in the United States

Company Named # 1 Addiction Treatment Provider in Florida for Two Consecutive Years DEERFIELD BEACH, Florida, September 20, 2021 / PRNewswire / – WhiteSands Treatment Center (“WhiteSands” or the “Company”), a leading provider of inpatient and outpatient behavioral health and addiction treatment services, announced today that the Company was named …

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“I just wanted more and more and more”

Conor Harris remembers the first time he tried cocaine. A promising young footballer from Kildare, in fifth grade and aged 17, Harris had attended his school’s sixth grade graduation ceremony. One of the older boys was on cocaine and, curious, decided to give it a try. “When I first did …

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Alcohol deaths in England increased by 20% in 2020

During the pandemic, sales of alcohol in supermarkets increased – as did deaths from alcoholic illnesses. / Gary Parkinson During the pandemic, sales of alcohol in supermarkets increased – as did deaths from alcoholic illnesses. / Gary Parkinson The number of people in England dying from alcoholic diseases increased by …

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Patient volunteers help others at Frazier Rehabilitation Clinic

LOUISVILLE, Ky. – Jerry Giancola’s smile is medicinal. The longtime volunteer of the Frazier Rehab Institute in Louisville is known for his warm welcome to patients and visitors. What would you like to know Jerry Giancola is one of Frazier Rehab’s favorite volunteers in Louisville Jerry has a rare condition …

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Awakn Life Sciences Launches Research Program to Further Develop Ketamine-Assisted Therapies for Addiction Treatment

Program focused on the development and delivery of new treatments for substance abuse and behavioral addictions Toronto, Ontario – (Newsfile Corp. – July 14, 2021) – Awakn Life Sciences Corp. (NEO: AWKN) (Awakn), a biotechnology company with clinical operations developing and supplying psychedelic drugs to better treat addiction, has announced …

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Kevin Kiley begins campaign to replace Newsom

From the steps of the Capitol, many supporters watched Republican Congressman Kevin Kiley speak about the problems facing the state. SACRAMENTO, Calif .– California Republican Assembly Member Kevin Kiley has embarked on the Capitol Hill campaign to claim he is the one for the job as he races to the …

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Five ways to fight device addiction and reduce stress

With the pandemic, we have become more dependent on technology. While most of us work from home, we are socially connected with our colleagues, friends and relatives through our phones. This addiction has led to what experts call “device stress”. With no physical movement and the luxury of getting out …

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Tiger Woods says rehabilitation is more painful than anything

Tiger Woods is undergoing rehabilitation after sustaining serious leg injuries in a car crash in Southern California three months ago, according to the athlete’s first interview since the traumatic event with Golf summary. “It was a whole different animal,” Woods told the outlet. of his injuries. “I understand the rehabilitation …

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Tiger Woods talks about his rehabilitation: “More painful than anything I’ve ever experienced” | Golf news and tour information

Three months after sustaining serious leg injuries in a car crash outside of Los Angeles, Tiger Woods finds himself in a familiar routine: rehab, rehab, rehab. “It was an entirely different animal,” Woods said of the injuries after the crash. “I understand the rehabilitation process better because of my past …

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Re-entry program

Reintegration programs and reintegration courts are designed to help returning citizens successfully “reintegrate” into society after their incarceration, thereby reducing recidivism, improving public safety and saving money. One of the main goals of our reintegration efforts is to remove or reduce barriers to successful reintegration, so that motivated people – …

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BOV’s finances shaken by COVID

The annual financial reporting season continued last week, with the highlight being the release of the 2020 financial statements of Malta’s largest bank, Bank of Valletta plc. Maltese companies whose financial year ends in December have until the end of April to publish their annual report. While all of the …

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LA County Launches Small Business Loan Program

LOS ANGELES (CNS) – The Los Angeles County Development Authority today launched a small business loan program to help prevent job losses and business closings amid the COVID-19 pandemic. The Small Business Stabilization Loan Program is funded by $ 10 million from the US Economic Development Administration through a federal …

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This technological stock should explode in 2021

Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) supplier Jabil (NYSE: JBL) started tentatively in 2021. The actions of the contract electronics maker failed to match the incredible rise of the Nasdaq-100 Technology Sector index in the first weeks of the year. However, this slow start presents an opportunity for savvy investors to start building …

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Bellwether Enterprise Closes $ 88 Million Loans for Affordable Housing Communities in Texas

Bellwether Commercial Real Estate Capital, the commercial and multi-family mortgage banking subsidiary of Community business investment inc., announced the closing of three loans totaling $ 88,435,000 for the creation and preservation of affordable multi-family housing communities in Austin and Garland, Texas. Phil Melton, executive vice president and national director of …

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