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How one drug and alcohol rehab center in Costa Rica has responded to the coronavirus

The Costa Rica Treatment Center is welcoming clients for its affordable rehab programs and has worked to ensure the safety of all its clients.

What to consider with international drug and alcohol rehab

The physical aspect of traveling to a new place complements the metaphorical journey an addict takes toward sobriety

A treatment center in Costa Rica helps break common myths and misconceptions about addiction recovery

Overcoming addiction and achieving sobriety is a challenging process.

Costa Rica Treatment Center tackles addiction differently

“The biggest thing is knowing a service like ours is available and is helping to combat the epidemic of substance abuse and mental-health disorders. We are here to make a difference.”

White House seeks nearly $1.2 billion for drug prevention, treatment, overdose response

WASHINGTON, D.C. – White House officials announced Tuesday that they will seek nearly $1.2 billion in new federal funding over the next two years to address the growing problem of heroin and prescription opioid use, an epidemic that has become an increasingly important policy priority among the nation's politicians.

In the US, people are drinking themselves to death at record rates

Alcohol is killing people in the United States at a rate not seen in at least 35 years, according to new federal data. Last year, more than 30,700 U.S. people died from alcohol-induced causes, including alcohol poisoning and cirrhosis.

Is the Internet giving us all ADHD?

Whatever the exact relationship between the Internet and ADHD, University of Chicago psychologist Michael Pietrus says it is important to realize that pushing back against these symptoms requires a careful, intentional strategy. There's a lot of research that suggests mindfulness and meditation could help people sustain their attention, even online

Prescription-drug battle fuels rise in heroin use in US

From the beginning, the U.S. government's decade-long crackdown on abuse of prescription drugs has run an unsettling risk: that arresting doctors and shuttering "pill mills" would inadvertently fuel a new epidemic of heroin use.

Drug war addiction: Can we kick the habit?

From the print edition By Juan Gabriel Tokatlian | Project Syndicate In January, U.S. President Barack Obama nominated Marine Corps Lt. Gen. John F. Kelly to...

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