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How to Legally Remove a Drug Addict from Your Home

Guide to Legally Removing a Drug Addict From Your Residence Living under the same roof as a person who is abusing alcohol, drugs, or both, can be financially, mentally, and physically challenging. It presents a burden and a risk for family members, property owners, neighbors, and the community. While families do provide the basic sense […]

Opioid Withdrawal: Symptoms, Causes & Treatment

People using opioids, whether in their legal or illegal forms, face numerous health risks. Besides the common side effects of opioid consumption itself, there is a distinct group of dangers associated with the cessation of opioid use. In such cases, one has to be ready to act in order to prevent consequences that might have […]

Florida’s Marchman Act: A Provision of Involuntary Addiction Treatment

What Is the Marchman Act? The Marchman Act, named after Hal S. Marchman, a well-known pastor from Volusia County, Florida, was introduced by Florida lawmakers in 1993. The act addressed the issues of people struggling with substance abuse, primarily aiming to direct them to appropriate treatment. The Marchman Act encouraged people suffering from addiction to […]

Alcoholic Gastritis: Causes, Symptoms, Triggers & Treatment

What is Alcoholic Gastritis? Gastritis is a condition that results when the stomach lining is inflamed. This inflammation can be caused by several factors, including infection, injury, or exposure to certain substances. One of the most common causes of gastritis is excessive alcohol consumption.1 Alcoholic gastritis is the condition in which the lining of the […]