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What Is the Best Form of Treatment for Addiction?

Friday, January 20, 2023

While the disease of addiction doesn’t discriminate and can impact people from all races, backgrounds and gender identities, there are significant differences in how women experience addiction, what they need to recover and how they respond to treatment. How Does Substance Use Affect Women Throughout Their Lifetime? Though men are more...


Understanding Accidental Drug Overdose

Friday, January 13, 2023

U.S. drug overdose rates continue increasing, representing a growing public health crisis. While the prevalence of synthetic substances such as fentanyl has made drug use far more dangerous, it’s possible to overdose on any drug – even one you are taking for medical reasons. What Happens During a Drug Overdose? A...


Is There Such a Thing as an Addictive Personality?

Friday, January 6, 2023

While nobody starts drinking or taking drugs with the intention of becoming addicted, some people might crave more of an addictive substance almost immediately after trying it for the first time. Others never use drugs or alcohol, but still get hooked on rewarding activities like shopping or gambling. Why can...


Impaired Driving and Child Endangerment

Friday, December 23, 2022

While any DUI charge carries a heavy weight, penalties can increase dramatically if a child was in the car during the arrest. Arizona has strict laws regarding driving under the influence, and if a minor is present in your DUI case, you could face a mandatory fine, jail time,...


Sober Curious? Here’s Why You May Need Outside Help

Friday, December 9, 2022

As this year draws to a close, you may already be thinking ahead to the New Year’s resolutions you plan to make and ways you hope to change things for the better. In 2023, many women will consider getting sober by ending their relationship with alcohol. However, you may...


Invisible Labor: How Women Can Set Boundaries

Monday, November 21, 2022

Do you feel like you are constantly anxious, fatigued and short on time? Do people in your life have unrealistic expectations about what you can or should do for them? This type of burnout is due to a phenomenon called invisible labor. According to the U.N., women do three...


Obstacles Faced by Women in the Military

Tuesday, November 8, 2022

Despite joining the U.S. armed forces at higher rates than at any time since WWII, women are still severely underrepresented across all military service branches, representing only about 16% of service members. Though today’s military is much more integrated along gender lines than at any time in the past,...


Love Addiction

Friday, September 30, 2022

While everyone can benefit from being in a stable, loving relationship, people with love addiction form unhealthy fixations and attachments toward the people they care about most. A love addiction can arise out of a desire to please others and be the “perfect partner.” Other traits include codependency and...


Early Signs and Symptoms of Liver Disease

Friday, September 23, 2022

Many women know their problem drinking can cause severe health issues like organ damage, but still feel compelled to continue abusing alcohol in search of short-term relief from their emotions. However, you must seriously ask yourself whether alcohol’s brief feel-good effects are worth the toll drinking is taking on...


It Didn’t Start With You: Inherited Trauma

Friday, September 16, 2022

A relatively new field called epigenetics focuses on how behaviors and the environment influence the way genes work. Changes to gene function are epigenetic because they do not alter the genes themselves, but how your body reads and expresses your DNA sequence. Epigenetics has led to a fascinating hypothesis that...