Do’s and don’ts while Ta...

As a parent, talking to your child about drugs can be hard. If you are uncertain about how to proceed, then you are not alone. Consider these four Do’s and Don’ts for talking to your child about drugs, and then conversing with them does help. Promoting the health outcomes associated with the use of drugs […]

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Dementia Treatment

Dementia treatment is something that must be increasingly addressed. The number of people affected by dementia will begin to rise. Soon there will be few families that don’t have someone they know suffering from the loss of cognitive function, mood swings and other symptoms that go with dementia. Focusing on dementia treatment proactively is something […]

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Ya ba Addiction, Signs and Sym...

What is Ya Ba Addiction? Ya ba is a synthetic drug that contains 25 to 35 mg of methamphetamine and 45 to 65 mg of caffeine. It is a powerful stimulant and more addictive substance. It comes with the variety of logos (commonly “WY” or “R”) in the form of a tablet. People use to […]

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9 Stages of Addiction Recovery...

“Being prepared is half the victory”. Having a fair knowledge of what’s the recovery process will automatically stride you to victory over addiction. In this whole of the process, you are not alone. This blog will help you with the most valuable information about the nine stages of addiction recovery. Get started and get recovered, […]

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Types of Dementia

Dementia isn’t a specific disease. Instead, dementia describes a group of symptoms affecting memory, thinking and social abilities severely enough to interfere with daily functioning. Though dementia generally involves memory loss, memory loss has different causes. So memory loss alone doesn’t mean you have dementia. There are different types of dementia. In this article, you […]

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Monthly Archives: November 2010

Types of Depression and Symptoms

Depressive disorders come in many different types, but each type has its own unique symptoms and treatments.
Major depression, the most common type of a depressive disorder, is characterized by a combination of symptoms (see symptom list) that interfere with the ability to work, study, sleep, eat, and enjoy once pleasurable activities...

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Depression in Children and Teenagers

Depression is a very real and serious problem for both children and teens.
Research has shown that childhood depression often persists, recurs and continues into adulthood, especially if it goes untreated. The presence of childhood depression also tends to be a predictor of more severe illnesses in adulthood.
A child with depression may pretend to be sick, refuse to go to school, cling to a parent...

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Depression Treatment and Cure Center

Clinical depression goes by many names — depression, “the blues,” biological depression, major depression. But it all refers to the same thing: feeling sad and depressed for weeks or months on end (not just a passing blue mood), accompanied by feelings of hopelessness, lack of energy, and taking little or no pleasure in things that gave you joy in the past.

A person who’s depressed just “can’t get...

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Drug Rehabilitation For Better Life of Drug Addicts

Drug Rehabilitation

There are many drug rehabilitation programs available and it will, therefore, pay to learn about the differences between each one of them. If you or somebody close to you has a drug-related problem. You would do well to choose a drug rehabilitation program that will help to get you or the patient to break their bad habits...

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