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The Rate of Drug Addicted Babies in Ohio is on the Rise

People are dying, people are crying, and the opiate epidemic of Ohio is slowly taking over. It’s no secret that Ohio has become slave to the opiate trade with legal pharmaceuticals and heroin flooding the streets with every corner you turn. So then you take a swarm of addicts and

Ohio County Forced to Use Cold Storage Trailers as Morgues

Death lurks around every corner for us mortal living souls. He travels to and fro watching us, following us, even stalking us at moments when we least expect. Death can catch you off guard in your sleep or in an unsuspecting accident of sorts. You may pass away of natural
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People, Places and Things

“You have brains in your head. You have feet in your shoes. You can steer yourself in any direction you choose. You’re on your own. And you know what you know. And YOU are the one who’ll decide where to go…” -late great Dr. Seuss. Wow o Wow- what a
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Ohio Town Now Charging Overdose Survivors

It’s a tad humorous at times how life can catch up to us so quickly and catch us off guard. We start our lives out in adolescence with time and eternity seeming synonymous and then POOF- we blink a few times and we find ourselves growing up and looking at

Does Forced Addiction Treatment Ever Work?

What do you do when there’s nothing you can do but you can’t do nothing? Improper English, yes, but really think about it. That’s kind of what it feels like when deep in the throws of addiction and/or alcoholism. It’s a confusing life that takes you constantly on paths where
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Ohio Residents Critical of John Kasich’s Drug Addiction Fight Strategy

Chances are if you are reading this article, you are concerned about the growing opiate epidemic in this country as well as the great state of Ohio and the road governor John Kasich has prepared it for. We’re speaking of course of the enormous outbreak of chemically dependent people appearing
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Benefits of an Alumni Program

The term alumni derives from the term alumnus meaning “having previously belonged to a group, company, or organization. Yes yes, that’s a little too boring and proper for most attention spans, but it’s vital information to know in the following discussion. In all actuality, more than likely, nobody would be taking

Incorporate These Tips into Your Daily Reprieve

Merriam-Webster Dictionary defines the term “reprieve” as: a temporary suspension from execution or other pain and trouble. This couldn’t be a more fitting description of what taking the time to do a daily reprieve does for alcoholics and addicts alike. Staying sober, in one form or another, has a lot
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What the Repeal of the Affordable Care Act Means for Treatment Services

Nobody in their right mind prays to be an alcoholic or wakes up one day in hopes of being a junkie. When in active addiction, it’s an unfortunate misery that I wouldn’t wish upon anybody. Yet it happens to unsuspecting human beings every day and the world just keeps turning.
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What It’s Like to Be Married to an Addict

Relationships are a beautiful thing, even when they don’t work out entirely in the end. Just to watch them blossom, bloom, and in some cases wilt away- there is a fascinating sense that remains. Money comes and goes, as do looks, but the memories and laughter shared with others is