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The Time Has Come to UNITE To Face Addiction and Stand Up For Recovery

The Time Has Come to UNITE To Face Addiction and Stand Up For Recovery

On October 4, 2015 a transformative event will take place in Washington, DC that will ignite and build a movement to address one of the most pressing health issues of our time.

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Stress Hormone May Help Decrease Heroin Cravings

Stress Hormone May Help Decrease Heroin Cravings

The stress hormone cortisol may be useful in treating heroin cravings, a new study suggests.

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New Study Finds E-Cigarettes May be as Addictive as Regular Cigarettes

New Study Finds E-Cigarettes May be as Addictive as Regular Cigarettes

E-cigarettes may be as addictive as regular cigarettes, a new study suggests.

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You Will Not Lose Weight by Drinking 'Plenty of Red Wine'

You Will Not Lose Weight by Drinking 'Plenty of Red Wine'

A recent article in the UK's The Daily Telegraph's with headline "How to lose weight – drink plenty of red wine," is simply nonsense.

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Strategies Against Drinking Too Much May Backfire

Strategies Against Drinking Too Much May Backfire

Some strategies college students use to help protect them against drinking too much may backfire, a new study suggests.

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The Way of Recovery is Not Alone - Part 1

The Way of Recovery is Not Alone - Part 1

Addiction damages what matters most.  Body, family, career, and citizenship are frequent casualties of the compulsive use of alcohol and other drugs.  How human behavior becomes so self-defeating and how affected individuals change for the better has been described from...

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SPOTLIGHT: Hudson County, NJ’s Affiliate Acquires the Lindsey Meyer Teen Institute

SPOTLIGHT: Hudson County, NJ’s Affiliate Acquires the Lindsey Meyer Teen Institu…

Partners in Prevention, the NCADD affiliate for Hudson County, NJ, provides a wide range of alcohol, tobacco, and other drug prevention services and programs to their community.

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NCADD Alcohol & Drug-Related Birth Defects Awareness Week

NCADD Alcohol & Drug-Related Birth Defects Awareness Week

Each May, NCADD and our National Network of Affiliates play a major and vital role across the US in educate people, especially women, about the dangers of consuming alcohol and using drugs during pregnancy.  It is not pretty.  Newborns can come into the world with severe birth defects. The reality is harsh and sad.  NCADD...

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2015 Conference of Affiliates

2015 Conference of Affiliates

The 2015 Conference of Affiliates was held March 3-6, Dallas, TX The 2015 NCADD Conference of Affiliates, "Hope, Help and Healing: Enduring Concepts for a Changing World," offered NCADD Affiliates and others three days of training, networking and socializing. The program sessions were kicked off with a Keynote address by SAMHSA Administrator, Pamela S. Hyde, JD....

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