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Benzo Brain Damage: How Drugs Like Xanax Break Down the Mind

  Benzodiazepines are a class of psychoactive drugs where the core chemical structure is the fusion of a benzene ring and a diazepine ring. Commonly referred to as benzos, these compounds have become relatively notorious over recent years. However, even as they are seeing a trend in popularity in 2018, people have worried about the impact of these drugs on the . . . . Continue Reading


Women, Mental Illness, and Addiction

Women, Mental Illness, and Addiction: Dual Diagnosis For many women, mental illness, and addiction go hand-in-hand. For that reason, there is specialized treatment available, known as dual diagnosis drug treatment. Dual diagnosis is a medical term that simply means there are two or more disorders occurring at the same time – “co-occurring” or “comorbidity” – . . . . Continue Reading


Prescription Drug Rehab for Women

Although more men are dying of prescription drug overdoses, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) finds that women are catching up. In the last 14 years, the percentage increase in deaths has been greater for women, spiking by 400% as opposed to 265% for men. Narcotic painkillers are the most prescribed drug in . . . . Continue Reading


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