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Ren in Drug Addiction
March 24, 2020

Drug Use Consistently Underreported Study Shows

A recent study highlighted the large gap between reported drug use when questioned and later quantitative tests on provided samples.

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Ren in Effects on children
March 23, 2020

Alcohol and Drug Use Prior to Conception by Females AND Males Increase Risks To Pregnancy

New data suggests that what parents do before they even conceive can have an effect on future children. What do parents need to know in order to be the best parents that they can possibly be?

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Ren in Drug Rehab
March 12, 2020

Methadone Deaths on the Rise – When Drugs are Used to Treat Addiction

Methadone is seen by some as a solution to heroin and opioid addiction; increasingly it's becoming a death sentence.

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Ren in Dealing with Addiction
March 11, 2020

What Actually Happens During an Opiate Overdose?

Opiate overdoses are likely the greatest fear any parent or family member has for their addicted loved one. But what actually happens during an overdose? Read on to find out.

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Ren in Recovery
February 29, 2020

The Value of the Arts in Recovery — Part #2

For many addicts in recovery, engaging in the fine arts can be a significant boon to their recovery.

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Karen in Studies and Reports
February 26, 2020

Is Increasing Unemployment Associated with Increasing Drug Use and Overdose Statistics?

The sad story of Gary, Indiana provides a vivid illustration of research that finds increasing unemployment correlates with increasing overdose losses.

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Ren in Opioid Crisis
February 26, 2020

One Percent of Doctors Responsible for 25 Percent of Opiate Prescriptions – A Look at Overprescribing

Sometimes we want to blame the medical community for the opiate epidemic our nation is now stuck in. But as it turns out, the vast majority of doctors have nothing to do with the overprescribing of addictive pain meds. In fact, only a small percentage of doctors are contributing to this serious problem.

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Ren in Recovery
February 23, 2020

The Value of the Arts in Recovery – Part #1

Just about everyone enjoys listening to music. Music makes people feel good. Listening to music is calming, relaxing, soothing, enlightening, uplifting. Listening to music is simply a fun thing to do. There are hundreds of music styles and millions of different songs out there.

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Fio Magliola in Success Story
February 22, 2020

This Butterfly is Ready to Leave Her Cocoon!

This program has truly changed my life! I have gained back my confidence and self-esteem. I am clean in both my mind and body. I have learned so much about myself and those I surround myself with. I am strong and confident and ready to start the newest chapter of my life. This butterfly is ready to leave her cocoon.

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Ren in National News
February 22, 2020

What is the Real Scope of Drug Deaths in America?

Every year we're given clear reports on drug deaths in America. But new data suggests that these reports have severely underestimated the real crisis of drug fatalities across the 50 states.

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