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How Do I Know If I’m Bipolar?

Bipolar affective disorder is a mood disorder characterized by both depression and states of mania. Unfortunately, there is no test or…

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Treating my Opioid Addiction

Opioids also referred to as prescription pain medicine or narcotics are extremely addicting and lethal, if taken in a high enough…

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Treating my Self-Harm Behavior

Self-harm behavior, formally known as nonsuicidal self-injury disorder, is the purposeful action of harming oneself without the intention of committing suicide. It is…

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National Friendship Day

National Friendship Day was originally founded by Hallmark in 1919. It was intended to be a day for people to celebrate…

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Mental Health Awareness Month: NIMH Twitter Chat

Mental Health Awareness Month: NIMH Twitter Chat In recognition of Children’s Mental Health Awareness Week, the National Institute of Mental Health…

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Preventing Alcohol Abuse by Discovering Genetics Pathways

Alcohol is the most commonly used addictive substance in the United States: 17.6 million people or one in every 12 adults…

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Oxycodone Abuse and Addiction Treatment

Next Steps for my Oxycodone Abuse? Oxycodone is the powerful primary ingredient in many painkillers prescribed to people suffering from moderate…

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National Suicide Prevention Day 2018: Mental Health First Aid

Suicide is the 10th leading cause of death among adults in the United States and is the second leading cause of…

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The Five Different Types of Alcohol Abuse Profiles

Alcohol abuse is more complicated than merely drinking too much. According to Penn State researchers, there may be five separate types…

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National Recovery Month

National Recovery Month 2018 Every September, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) sponsors Recovery Month to increase awareness and…

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