29 DEC

Hilary Delladio
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New Year, Fresh Priorities: National Addiction Treatment Goals for 2017

New Year, Fresh Priorities: National Addiction Treatment Goals for 2017 What’s on your list of New Year’s resolutions? As a country, there’s no shortage of things we can change or improve upon; the way we’ve handled the opioid abuse crisis is no exception. Here are a few resolutions the United States should adopt in order […]

26 SEP

Hilary Delladio
6:32 pm
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Here’s Why You Should Add the Great Outdoors to Your Addiction Recovery Plan

Here’s Why You Should Add the Great Outdoors to Your Addiction Recovery Plan There’s a lot to think about as you enter recovery from a life-consuming addiction to drugs or alcohol. You’ve gone to treatment, but what does life look like outside of the residential treatment center? Your life in recovery can and should be […]

28 JUN

Hilary Delladio
1:55 pm
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Help! Five Things to Do When Words Aren’t Enough

Help! Five Things to Do When Words Aren’t Enough Tragedy often strikes when we least expect it, and sometimes there are no words available to express our feelings. Shock is a normal response to hardship. But supporting someone you love or seeing yourself through a difficult situation doesn’t end when you have nothing to say. […]

18 MAY

Hilary Delladio
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Beyond the Family: Four Government Interventions to Fight Addiction

Beyond the Family: Four Government Interventions to Fight Addiction   Families in the United States are really going it alone with regard to substance abuse treatment. Even when a loved one wants help, there very frequently are no treatment beds available or insurance will cover only a fraction of the cost or duration of care […]

14 APR

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4:04 pm
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The Sugar Debacle: Three Ways Nutrition Scientists Got It Wrong

The Sugar Debacle: Three Ways Nutrition Scientists Got It Wrong   Sugar isn’t just in candy bars anymore. Look at the nutrition label on a loaf of bread, a can of pasta sauce or pretty much any low-fat dairy product and you’ll find sugar, lots of it. One might assume that any substance manufacturers routinely […]

11 FEB

Hilary Delladio
6:44 pm
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Where’s the Silver Lining? Four Ways Adversity May Make Us Stronger

Where’s the Silver Lining? Four Ways Adversity May Make Us Stronger   Life is not fair. Some things just seem to happen to us, often leaving us reeling and wondering which way is up. It’s true that there will never be a way to avoid some of the worst experiences in life because, like death, […]

25 AUG

Hilary Delladio
6:00 am
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Six Warnings that Someone Has a Substance Abuse Problem

Six Warnings that Someone Has a Substance Abuse Problem In our society today, people publicly use drugs and alcohol. In some states, it is legal to smoke marijuana. More people drink than don’t. Public intoxication at sports events or weddings is all too common. So how do you know when a friend, work colleague, parent […]

19 AUG

Hilary Delladio
3:30 am
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The Magic of Horses

Most people would love to watch a horse gallop thru the tall grass as they race the wind. It is a nice thought, to imagine the magic of the horse, even for those who may be fearful of confronting a real horse for the first time. Known for their majestic beauty, gentleness and power, horses […]

12 AUG

Hilary Delladio
3:32 am
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Cultivating Good Habits

Ever wonder why some people seem to be so successful compared to other people living in Anywhere, USA? Evidence shows smart people who have been very successful share certain habits. They display persistence, are self-disciplined, set goals, and are avid readers. University of Washington study found that people generally had an easier time meeting personal […]

5 AUG

Hilary Delladio
3:35 am
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Acupuncture Basics

Acupuncture is among the oldest healing practices in the world. In the United States, where practitioners incorporate healing traditions from China, Japan, Korea, and other countries, acupuncture is considered part of complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) practices. Acupuncture became better known in the United States in the 1970s, gradually becoming widely practiced and gaining acceptance […]

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