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Category: Alcoholism

definition of substance abuse

Definition of Substance Abuse: Medical and Social Aspects

Substance abuse, such as the excessive consumption of alcohol and prescription drugs, is a growing concern in the United States. It is a chronic health concern which makes it difficult for individuals to perform daily functions, which eventually prohibit them from being productive members of a community. Most of the time, social stigma is attached

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Free Drug and Alcohol Rehabilitation - An Existing Helping Hand

Free Drug and Alcohol Rehabilitation: An Existing Helping Hand

Financial constraints are one of the major factors which hinder individuals from seeking proper alcohol addiction rehabilitation from trusted recovery spaces. As private health sectors have more comprehensive, evidence-based treatment than local government-sponsored options, it does come with a bigger price tag. With the average income of an American citizen, most of the services of

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Underage Drinking

Underage Drinking: A Risky and Dangerous Culture

Alcohol, usually found in beers, wine, and spirits, is a recreational substance which causes addiction and drunkenness. With its wide accessibility through beverages, alcohol is consumed and enjoyed by most Americans, including those who are below the age of legality in most states. Dangers of underage drinking are often undermined by teenagers. Unaware of the

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