An Exposé of Narconon Very High Success Rate

Narconon has been in existence for over 40 years, and have always provided a drug free alternative to traditional rehabilitation programs. The first person to complete the Narconon program in the UK ( in 1976) came forward to...

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Narconon & Scientology founder L. Ron Hubbard

On February 19, 1966, William Benitez, an inmate at the Arizona State Prison finally received approval to start a drug treatment program for inmates. Benitez had been reading books written by L. Ron Hubbard and was convinced...

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Who Should Be Drug Tested

Now, perhaps more than ever at any time in the history of the United States, there are concerns among the general populace over privacy. The Founding Fathers built strong privacy protections into the U.S. Constitution, with the...

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9 Ways to Prevent Addiction Amongst Pregnant Women

Earlier this month, the Coshocton Tribune reported on the alarming recent trends of a condition known as neonatal abstinence syndrome. Essentially, this term refers to a situation in which a baby is born suffering from drug...

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Alcohol Abstinence: How Long Can you Go Without a Drink

Have you ever wondered if you were an alcoholic? Have you ever found yourself worrying about whether or not you might be getting hooked on alcohol, thinking that maybe your social drinking habit has turned into just a habit and...

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‘Dirty Sprite’ Now New Drug Trend with Teens

If you ever hear your teenaged children talking about drinking a “dirty Sprite,” your ears should perk up and you need to recognize that he or she is not just mentioning soda. Dirty Sprite is the name of a new cocktail, also...

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What Is a Drug Informant

It’s a common scenario: You’re arrested for possession, distribution, cultivation or some other illegal activity involving drugs, and you find yourself looking at a long list of serious potential consequences. You could be at...

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Looking Back on Recovery Month 2014

This past month, nearly a thousand events were held in observance of National Recovery Month. The official website for National Recovery Month, www.recoverymonth.gov, listed a total of 997 events on the calendar for September,...

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What Is the Disease Theory of Addiction

Is addiction a disease? Depending on who you ask, the answer you get may be “Yes” or “No.” A large number of people subscribe to what is referred to as the “disease theory of addiction,” a view which holds that addiction is...

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Cancer Prevention Can Start with Alcohol Abstinence

Ask anyone about the health reasons why they should avoid consuming alcohol to excess, and you will usually hear essentially the same list from person to person. “It can cause weight gain.” “It’s bad for your liver.” “It can...

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