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Occupations With High Rates Of Alcoholism

Jeffrey Juergens ❘

Some jobs, especially those that are high-stress, may put you at risk for developing an alcohol addiction. Learn which professionals are at risk.

Drunkorexia: The Dangers Of Cutting Calories For Alcohol

Jeffrey Juergens ❘

Drunkorexia refers to skipping meals to "spend" more calories on alcohol consumption. Binge drinking and dangerous eating disorders are sometimes related.

Borderline Personality Disorder And Addiction: A Common Co-Occurence

Jeffrey Juergens ❘

SAMHSA estimates 8.9 million adults with substance addictions also have a co-occurring mental health condition, like borderline personality disorder (BPD).

Sobering Confidence: Six Steps To Becoming The (Dry) Life Of The Party

Jeffrey Juergens ❘

Memorial Day weekend is a time of celebration for many, but you don't have to drink to have fun. Here are some tips for staying sober this holiday weekend.

Relapse Prevention: Know the Triggers and Warning Signs

Jeffrey Juergens ❘

Triggers can spark a desire to return to drug use during recovery. Learn how to manage your triggers and prevent relapse by recognizing the warning signs.

Tee-Total Bosses: Women of the Temperance Movement

Jeffrey Juergens ❘

Learn about 3 women of the temperance and prohibition movements who managed to change the nation’s perception of alcohol forever.

Turn Up The Volume: The Dangers of Music Festival Drug Use

Jeffrey Juergens ❘

Musical festivals and drugs go hand and hand, but drug use at these events can be dangerous. Learn how to stay safe and sober this festival season.

Blurred Lines: Alcohol Abuse or Addiction?

Jeffrey Juergens ❘

Most people have asked themselves, “Do I have a drinking problem?” The difference between drinking too much and being an alcoholic can be difficult to see.

Dare to Differ: Today’s Addiction Prevention Campaigns And DARE’s Mistakes

Jeffrey Juergens ❘

Unlike the D.A.R.E. campaign of years past, today's drug prevention strategies use scientific fact to teach young people why substance abuse is a bad idea.

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