DRUG REHAB

Karen in Drug Rehab
12 September 2017

In the UK, Is Enabling More Drug Use the Only Answer to Drug Deaths?

The United States is not alone in struggling with increases in the number of drug-related deaths. In England and Wales, record numbers of people are dying as a result of their use of heroin, cocaine and MDMA.

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Karen in Drug Rehab
5 September 2017

UK Preference for Stimulant Abuse Is a Dangerous Trend

A recent survey of more than twenty thousand people across Europe and the UK revealed that prescription drug abuse is on the increase—including the abuse of stimulants.

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Lisa Borg in Drug Rehab
14 May 2017

Some Steps for Preventing Addiction

Improve your health. Feeling tired, not well or being in pain opens the door to drug and alcohol abuse. A healthy, nutritious diet is important to maintaining health and preventing disease.

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Lisa Borg in Drug Rehab
12 May 2017

Protect Your Heart by Avoiding Heavy Drinking

You may have heard that alcohol has some medicinal value, and at the same time you have probably heard how many people lose their lives to alcohol consumption .

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Lisa Borg in Drug Rehab
10 May 2017

Are You Leaving Pills in Easy Reach?

A new study from Johns Hopkins shows that many parents are still not fully aware of the dangers of prescription medication abuse , and the need for keeping pills locked up out of the way of children.

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Lisa Borg in Drug Rehab
2 May 2017

Celebrity Corruption of Youth

Celebrity Corruption of Youth More celebrity irresponsibleness is manifesting this week in the world of drugs. This time with Kim Kardashians range of clothes promoting drugs.

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Lisa Borg in Drug Rehab
1 May 2017

When is Addiction a Moral Issue

When deciding to try drugs initially, no one can deny there is a strong moral element. The same goes for pushing self through rehabilitation and onto long lasting sobriety.

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Lisa Borg in Drug Rehab
29 April 2017

A City in Crisis

Drug use in Belfast is being termed as epidemic. A recent article by the Belfast Telegraph, shows disturbing stories, all from just this month.

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Lisa Borg in Drug Rehab
28 April 2017

A Year on from Prince and Fentanyl Is Still Taking Lives

Here we are one year on from the death of Prince, and there has been a spate of deaths in Yorkshire over Easter apparently from the same source: Drug testing done on the bodies, found traces of the prescription painkiller Fentanyl.

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Lisa Borg in Drug Rehab
23 April 2017

Drug Kingpins Found and Jailed

The last few months have seen a couple of drug leaders found, captured and jailed. Paul Monk head of a £31 million empire escaped to Spain in 2013 but continued to run his illegal importation into Britain.

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