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Withdrawals and temptation go hand in hand to derail the efforts of even those with the strongest of wills.
For many years, providers saw prescription pain addiction as mainly a problem for men. But increasingly, it is clear that opioid abuse is a growing crisis for women.
One of the most challenging seasons in life is watching a loved one suffer through addiction, which often affects their relationships, careers, and interests.
If you or a loved one is suffering with a substance abuse disorder, you may already know that illegal drugs can cause serious health complications, such as cancer, heart disease, and ...
Despite efforts to prevent the abuse of prescription medications, drug use is still considered an epidemic by many.
Looking out at the tremendous snow storm we're experiencing, it's hard to believe that Spring Break is in full force.
I was listening to NPR this week and heard the announcer talking about a big medical news story that pricked up my ears.
There are multiple options for individuals struggling with addiction issues. The goal is to find a way to reach out and offer helpful assistance to the person as well as their family.
Are you currently taking a prescribed drug? The answer is most likely yes. 1 in 2 Americans are on one right now. So why are we taking more medications than ever before?
Most of us have had at least one unhealthy habit in our lifetime.
You're not alone. Connect with other women who are going through what you're going through, who understand and are here for you!
EmpowHER Founder & Chairman Michelle King Robson shares her own personal health story and explains why women need to advocate for their own health and wellness!