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CBD and The Future of Treating Epilepsy

While marijuana is still classified as a Schedule I narcotic, which means the drug has no accepted medical use, there is growing evidence that particular strains of marijuana and the extracts derived from them can significantly help people suffering from life threatening disorders, such as epilepsy. You may have seen a series of 60 Minute […]

Prescription Opioids: Who Should Be Held Accountable?

When considering who is responsible for the prescription drug epidemic in America, it becomes difficult to determine where to point your finger. Some people blame doctors for rampant over prescribing, others would like to hold as accountable the pharmaceutical industry or the FDA for approving highly addictive prescription opioids for home use. The truth it […]

Holiday Season Ends – Dry January Begins

The holiday season is finally over, and for many of those who consumed a lot of alcohol during that time period they may want to abstain from drinking for a while. A goal which coincides nicely with “Dry January,” a month for people committed to not drinking can take a break. The holidays may have […]

Staying Sober On New Year’s Eve

Tomorrow is New Year’s Eve, which for most people means bringing in 2016 with a bang. Typically, when the sun sets people put on festive clothing and venture out to parties where people will be drinking alcohol to excess. For those who are working a program of recovery, and are planning on attending such gatherings, […]

Christmas, and the Shield of Gratitude

With Christmas around the corner, it is crucial that those who are actively working a program of recovery remain grounded and calm during the big day. While the holidays are cause for celebration, recovering addicts and alcoholics need to celebrate in a different way and it may require that one celebrate different things. Celebrating one’s […]

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