Drug Treatment

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  • Successful Drug Treatment

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    When examining the issue of successful drug treatment, it is important to consider all aspects affected by drug and alcohol addiction. Upon researching the multitude of issues, it has become very clear that a great deal of efforts are currently being researched to ensure prevention and treatment for alcohol addiction and drug abuse that impacts, not only the abuser, but their families, to include the community as a whole (“National Institute of Drug Abuse.”). The success clearly depends upon individual’s

  • Drug Addiction Treatment

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    Addiction Drug Treatment Word count – date – 17/8/2010 Description: Addiction drug treatment is a treatment for the person who is having chronic or periodic dependence on the drug by repeated consumption of it. Keywords: drug addiction treatment, addiction drug treatment, addiction treatment drug rehab, drug addiction treatment program, drug addiction treatment centers, drug addiction treatment programs, drug addiction

  • Drug Addiction Treatment Program

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    There are several things in life, which should not have been discovered yet. Drug is one of those things. The world will be a best place without these terrible things, which create additions and hence make many people suffer. Regrettably, we are not able to turn back time and get rid of the problem as its roots. However we can stay far away from drugs and do not give into enticements. Although, we have the choice of staying away from them, many people across the world are making use of them regularly

  • Drug Addiction Treatment Centers

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    When you are looking for drug addiction treatment centers, it becomes very important that you have to know thoroughly all aspects of rehabilitation centers before you choose the one for you or for your loved one. You have to review these rehabilitation centers on facilities or services they gives, for example, rehabilitation treatment programs, professionals, and ratings they have. And what they charge for all their services. There are some drug addiction treatment centers, which are giving better

  • Drug Assessment for Hypertension Treatment

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    cause for heart disease, stroke and kidney disease. (Gay & Ndefo 2008). Anti-hypertensive drugs include several classes of medications which are used to control blood pressure in hypertensive patients. β-blockers are one of these classes which are widely prescribed worldwide. Because of the tolerability issue, the uses of β-blockers have been limited and are no longer considered as a first-line treatment for hypertension. Nebivolol , a new β-blocker, possesses different pharmacological properties

  • Non-Drug Treatments of Schizophrenia

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    Non-Drug Treatments of Schizophrenia There has been a lot of research in the area of treatments of schizophrenia. However, most of the research has been focused on medication. This paper focuses on various non-drug treatments for schizophrenia. Schizophrenia is a disorder that affects approximately two percent of the population. Since it is highly debilitating various treatments are available. The most common treatments are

  • HIV Treatments and Reducing Drug Resistance

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    HIV Treatments and Reducing Drug Resistance Abstract HIV is a retrovirus that will constantly attack human’s immune system once an individual is infected and will eventually develop to AIDS, often a deadly sexually transmitted disease. Currently, there are different kinds of antiretroviral treatments available for patients who are tested to be HIV positive as well as patients with AIDS. HIV can easily develop resistance to its treatment through mutation each generation, which leads to ineffectiveness

  • The Human Immunodeficiency Virus: Treatment and Drugs

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    disease, and in this paper I’m going to discuss what HIV and AIDS are, as well as its impact it’s making around the world. Although there is no cure for this disease there are ways that your chances of contracting it are decreased, as well as medical treatments that you can receive to slow the progression. The human immunodeficiency virus; better known as HIV, was discovered by researchers looking for the cause of AIDS. In 1984 the first discovery of the virus was made. There is some controversy on who

  • Migrane Headaches and Possible Drug Treatments

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    heart attack and stroke. Unfortunately, there is no cure for migraines. The best treatment options available only to seek to reduce frequency of attacks or treat an attack once one has begun, and medication use is often limited by side effects and difficulty of administration. The American Migraine Foundation itself labels current treatment options “far from perfect” and concludes, “Undoubtedly, better treatments are needed.” Filling this therapeutic void is the primary objective of NuPathe Inc

  • Is Drug Treatment a Viable Alternative to Prison Time?

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    overcrowding issues and drug treatment programs being a viable alternative to prison time, more states need to be implementing drug / treatment programs. Treatment / Drug Courts are specialized courts to help stop drug, alcohol, and related criminal activity (U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration,2011). These courts closely monitor the participants in the treatment programs and if a participant fails to meet the minimum requirements set by the courts, immediate sanctions are imposed (U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration