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Can Liver Damage Be Reversed?

The liver is one of the most essential organs of the body. While many associate the liver with producing bile to enhance digestion, it has ...
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President Biden Recognizes National Recovery Month

President Biden Recognizes National Recovery Month

September is National Recovery Month In a recent proclamation from the White House, President Biden formally recognized September as National Recovery Month. In this message, ...
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Addressing Burnout Among Health Care Professionals

Burnout has long been a problem for healthcare providers. The stress of the job itself, combined with the ever more complex administrative duties and requirements ...
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Does Alcohol Cause Cancer?

Until fairly recently, the causes of many types of cancer were not well understood. As research continues, the medical establishment and research scientists are getting ...
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988: New Mental Health Crisis Hotline

Last week, government officials gathered in Philadelphia to unveil 988: the nation’s new mental health crisis hotline. On Saturday, July 16th, people all over the ...
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Study: Treating Alcoholism With Medication

Though alcohol is legal, culturally acceptable and easily obtainable, that does not make it safe to consume. Tragically, alcoholism is a leading cause of disability, ...
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International Self-Care Day

Self-care has become somewhat of a buzzword in recent years, but it’s more than a passing fad. Self-care encompasses any healthy activity you do to ...
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Occupational Stress and Substance Use Disorder

Every profession has its stressors, but for some, managing workplace pressure proves to be too much. As a result, many seek to cope in unhealthy ...
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Substance Use in Medical Students During COVID-19

Training for a new profession is stressful, and this stress level is amplified for students in the medical field. Whether they are first-year students or ...
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Alcohol Use and Neurodegenerative Risk

Neurodegenerative diseases, such as Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s, can be devastating diagnoses in older adults. The loss of mental cognition and motor skills makes independent functioning ...
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