CDC Vital Signs: Medical Professionals Need To Screen And Counsel Patients About Alcohol Use

Does your medical professional routinely screen you for alcohol use? Think about this question before you rush to answer it. If you’ve been a patient of the same primary care medical team for a number of years, then there is a good chance that the last time you were asked about your use of alcohol...
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Universities Offer Online Suicide Prevention Counseling

It is hard to believe that summer is almost over and college students are getting ready to head back to their college campuses. Many students are spending the last few weeks of vacation by shopping for items they may need for their dorm room or apartment, some are catching up on their summer reading list...
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Do You Think About Gambling? Want To Bet?

It’s a simple question. “Do you think about gambling?” Maybe the better question is: “How often do you think about gambling?” Don’t be too quick to answer. Consider where you work. Do you have pools for such things as March Madness or the Super Bowl Game? Do you ever “go-in” on the purchase of a...
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Doctors or Counselors?

Addiction Addiction is perhaps one of the most complex diseases known to mankind. Furthermore, treating addiction with the goal of recovery is even more complex and varies dramatically from one case to another. Are doctors more qualified than counselors for treating serious cases of addiction? Stuart Gitlow, MD, MPH, MBA, is the Executive Director of...
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