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Drug Rehab: Saving your Professional Reputation

Drug Rehab:  Saving your Professional Reputation
People who think or suspect that they, a partner or friend is hooked on drugs, whether prescription or illicit, will fail to seek out counseling, refuse to do anything about it, the reason being shame, and much anxiety about “what will happen” if, or when “people” find out. It can be...

A Response to Opioid Overdose

A Response to Opioid Overdose
A further development in harm management in relation to the abuse of narcotics by both prescription and illicit drug users is the introduction of an opioid anti-overdose revival kit. Toronto Public Health has introduced the naloxone kit, used by outreach workers, trained to respond to overdose from drugs...

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Drug Use & Environmental Stress

Drug Use & Environmental Stress
After many years of attributing drug use to some kind of disease that the addict has, that situation is gradually changing. Environmental stress is now being recognized as a primary cause of mental and physical disorders and pain. All drug use is now being more clearly seen as an attempt to get symptomatic...

Attachment Disorder and Substance Abuse

Attachment Disorder and Substance Abuse
An excellent article in September Natural Therapy Pages by Elizabeth Addie provides ideas as to how we can keep alive our emotional bond with our children, emphasizing the need to be present and available to them, to provide assistance and support, to let them know that they are loved. In the normal way, and...

Alcohol, Stimulants and Adrenal Fatigue

Alcohol, Stimulants and Adrenal Fatigue
Adrenal fatigue syndrome is very much a disorder of modern times, a hormonal imbalance and depletion brought on by chronic emotional, physical and mental stress. Chronic stress to body and mind has many causes today – workplace issues, environmental chemical spills, air and water pollution. Extra and...

Trauma, Abuse and Drug Use

Trauma, Abuse and Drug Use
Despite a strong lobby in favor of an inherent biological “loop” in the brain that makes people with the defect inevitably become addicted to certain substances if by chance they should try them, there is a body of opinion that relates an increased probability of drug use to the experience of...

The Evil of Meth Drug Addiction

The Evil of Meth Drug Addiction
Meth drug – to be supplied to the US market – is big business in Mexico. Despite recent busts on the La Familia cartel having allegedly dismantled its operations, and despite the Mexican drug wars, meth drug production in Mexico is still flourishing. It is revealed that in central Queretaro...

Oxytocin – The Love Hormone

The latest in drug medicine is the proposed use of an oxytocin medication to make the world go round and bring happiness, goodwill and peace on earth. In nature oxytocin is a hormone associated with breast milk and lactation, facilitating labor and delivery of the new born, and with bonding between mother...

Doda Drug in Canada

Doda Drug in Canada
The 2011 OSDUHS (Ontario Student Drug Use and Health Survey) for the first time includes in its questionaire a request for information about doda use in Canada. The results of the 2011 OSDUHS survey will be released in November 2011. In 2008, a Brampton city councilor was pushing for a little known drug,...

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