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Dieting at Young Age Often Backfires, Study Says
Dieting at a young age might set the stage for harmful health habits, including eating disorders, according to new research.
5 hrs ago
Best of New Orleans
'Sober in New Orleans': Some reader reactions
Our cover story this week, Jules Bentley's essay on "Sober in New Orleans," created an immediate and passionate reaction - both pro and con.
9 hrs ago
11 Foods That Make You Hungrier
Feeling hungry? You should eat. But what if the foods you're eating actually make you hungrier than you were before you dug in? "Hunger is a result of many complex interactions that occur in the stomach, intestines, brain, pancreas, and bloodstream," says weight-loss specialist and board-certified internist Sue Decotiis, MD.
Mon Jul 28, 2014
Boozy, ignorant, intolerant, but very polite - Britain as others see us
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Dozens Treated for Alcohol-Related Illnesses at Keith Urban Concert in Massachusetts
Authorities say more than several dozen people were treated for alcohol-related illnesses after the country crooner's Saturday night show in Massachusetts.
Reckitt Benckiser to spin off its Pharma division
Durex condoms owner Reckitt Benckiser is to float its drug division on the London stock market in the coming 12 months as part of its larger strategy to focus on consumer health and hygiene products.
Texas researchers discover 'mutant worms' that could lead to new alcoholism drug
Experts at the University of Texas at Austin have developed mutant worms that "can't get drunk" and are believed to have the potential for the development of a new form of treatment for thousands of alcoholics in the United States.
Sun Jul 27, 2014
Demi Lovato only dates mature men
The 21-year-old singer - who has battled drug and alcohol addiction and an eating disorder in the past - will only allow herself to be in a relationship with someone who can help her manage her mental health.
Sat Jul 26, 2014
Small steps, giant leaps
Never give up on yourself and never give up on anyone because anytime they can get their breakthrough as long as they still have the breath of life.
Where to find help with drug and alcohol addiction in St. Paul
Alcoholics Anonymous is a program that tries to help people stop drinking or using drugs and to improve their lives in general.
Fri Jul 25, 2014
On Social Marketing and Social Change
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Red Road to Recovery sharing circles at Anishnawbe Mushkiki
Anishnawbe Mushkiki has developed weekly Red Road to Recovery sharing circles to assist people with addictions to alcohol, drugs, gambling and other dependencies.
Zoe Saldana Blasts Media For Violating Privacy, And More Of...
Zoe Saldana is blasting news outlets after reporting that she's expecting twins with her husband of one year.
Tour Coming to Educate Community on Alcohol Abuse
The Virginia Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control is preparing for a stop in the Valley.
How 'Overcorrection' in the Brain Causes Alcohol and Drug Addiction
Experts from Brigham Young University in Utah found that addiction results from an "overcorrection" in the brain, a PsychCentral report said.
Point Pleasant Register
Special speaker to 'Celebrate Recovery'
This Sunday the state representative from the worldwide program, Celebrate Recovery , will speak at the Point Pleasant First Church of Nazarene about his personal story of past addictions and current recovery.
Temple City Tribune
Mexican way of doing rehab in LA and Temple City follows examples of 'anexos'
Mexican way of doing rehab in LA follows examples of 'anexos' Businesses running without license or permits can be dangerous and dirty Few of the patients of the Spanish-only speaking anexos de Corriente California around LA remember clearly if they were fully conscious or unconscious when they were admitted.
Thu Jul 24, 2014
Watertown Daily Times
Setting an example: McGivney lived by the principle of sharing whatever he had
One characteristic was his love of the printed word. In a 1999 story in the Watertown Daily Times about the annual used-book sale sponsored by the Friends of Flower Memorial Library, Mr. McGivney compared his need to read to an affliction.
Letter: Bad connections to alcoholism
The recent article on alcohol related deaths in Arizona brought attention to a serious health and social problem.
Daniel Radcliffe on Losing His Virginity: I Had a Really Good First Time
Daniel Radcliffe recently sat down with Elle magazine to promote his new romantic comedy What If , and surprisingly, he didn't shy away from the super-personal questions that quickly became the Q&A.