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Alcohol Use Disorder Research in Colorado

Scientists have long held that there is a genetic predisposition element to both alcohol use disorder (AUD) and substance use disorder (SUD). Which essentially means that some men and women

Mental Health Spotlight: Self-Care for a Strong Mind-Body Connection

It is a truth that our physical health has a direct impact on our mental and emotional wellness. Everything we do plays a role in our overall happiness. So, it

Opioid Epidemic: A Virtual Road Map

After a protracted legal battle, U.S. District Judge Dan Polster in Ohio removed the protective order for part of the Automation of Reports and Consolidated Order System (ARCOS). Experts and

Recovery First Fourth of July

Many men and women in early recovery have a difficult time with holidays. For some, the challenge comes from memories of times long gone—before alcohol or drugs became a problem.

PTSD Awareness Month in America

Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is a clinically diagnosed psychiatric disorder that affects millions of Americans. Those who are living with the condition contend with debilitating symptoms. A person’s recovery depends

Cannabis Use and Addiction: New Study

Cannabis use can result in the development of an addiction and have many adverse effects on a person’s life. While the drug probably does not require strict prohibition, it’s paramount

Opioid Use Disorder in America

After two decades of crisis regarding opioid use in America, it is refreshing to report that our nation has made some headway. We are not out of the woods yet,

Mental Health Month 2019: Confronting Stigma in America

Most people do not realize how prevalent mental health conditions are in the United States. A significant number of men and women do not grasp that alcohol and substance use

Alcohol Use Disorder Treatment Awareness

Did you know that one in every 12 American adults, or 17.6 million people, suffer from alcohol use disorder or alcohol dependence? Such a startling figure is cause for concern

Key Facts About Klonopin Withdrawal

Klonopin (clonazepam) is a member of a family of drugs called benzodiazepines (or benzos) and it’s among the most commonly prescribed medications in the United States. Klonopin is intended for the