1. Mind-Body Medicine In Addiction Recovery
There are three main pillars of MORE: it has been proven to help with distress tolerance; cue reactivity and attentional bias. (health.harvard.edu)
2. How Addiction Treatment Prepared One Woman To ‘face The Pandemic Head On’
As an essential worker, she never stopped working full time. Then schools closed and she was forced to navigate virtual learning with seven children at home. (illinoisnewsroom.org)
3. Bismarck Man Shares His Story Of Addiction And Abuse In New Memoir
Auck isn’t much of a reader, but that didn’t stop him from writing a book.(kfyrtv.com)
4. When Addiction And Covid-19 Collide
More alcohol use during the pandemic could increase levels of depression and alcohol-related health issues. (miragenews.com)
5. UF Study Suggests Kratom Could Treat Opioid Addictions
Researchers found that kratom tea alleviated some withdrawal symptoms, such as difficulty breathing in morphine-addicted mice, said Jay McLaughlin, a project researcher, and UF pharmacy professor. (wusfnews.wusf.usf.edu)
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