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Obama administration wants $1 billion to fight drug abuse

America’s addiction to opioids and heroin is a long-standing and complex problem. Apart, the number of deaths due to its abuse has forced the nation’s policymakers to focus their attention on expansion of treatments for people hooked on prescription painkillers, such as Oxycontin, Percocet, hydrocodone and morphine, or the...

Substance abuse to blame for school dropouts in U.S.?

Education has always featured as an important criterion for social and psychological developments of a child. Every child is seen as a participant in this exciting period of global change and continuous innovation. However, school dropout rates have been a concern in the United States for more than two...

How to find happiness after de-addiction

Drug and alcohol addiction can push a person down to the pitiless desolation of life. Addicts often lose faith in themselves, just as their loved ones do. De-addiction is an uphill struggle, like running a marathon every day. Yet, with professional help and the support of a family, it...

Immunotherapy may help treat heroin addiction

The risk of relapse is greatest for certain groups with substance abuse disorders such as those battling the vulnerable periods after detoxification. For such at-risk patients, immunotherapy may prove to be significantly effective for the treatment of substance abuse in the future.

Community-based approach to prevent drug overdose deaths

Drug overdose has become a menace in the United States and is reported to be a major cause of deaths in the country. According to statista.com, the state of West Virginia recorded the highest death rate in the country at 31.3 per 100,000 inhabitants during 2014. The lowest rate...

Fighting stigma of mental illness

Approximately one in five adults in the U.S., roughly translating into 43.7 million Americans, battle mental illness in a given year. Despite effective evidence-based treatment, around 40 percent of individuals with serious mental illnesses do not receive the care they need and many who do, fail to complete the...

Integrating physical and mental health

Physical improvement helps with improving mental health as well Good physical health is closely associated with the treatment of general anxiety and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Mental health problems can make physical recovery tough. Similarly, recovering from mental health problems can prove to be equally or more difficult if...

Smoking inhibits recovery from alcohol abuse

Addiction to both tobacco and alcohol places individuals in a double bind. Studies show that people dependent on alcohol are three times more susceptible than those in the general population to be smokers and those dependent on tobacco are four times more likely to be dependent on alcohol. The...

Live in the moment: An unusual outlook at recovery

People struggling with drug dependencies are essentially characterized by choosing instant gratification, such as a high, over a prolonged benefit, such as staying healthy. This is known as future or delay discounting. However, a new study, published in Clinical Psychological Science, illustrated an unusual pattern. Individuals with drug dependencies,...

Poor sleep affects severity and treatment of PTSD

Poor sleep is not just a major health concern, but may also potentially influence the severity of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and traumatic brain injury (TBI). Research on sleep in TBI and PTSD has found that interventions directed towards sleep improvement can enhance treatment outcomes.

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