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Early intervention may help reduce adolescent depression, says study
03-24   Early intervention may help reduce adolescent depression, says study

Poor mental health among adolescents needs timely treatment or it can lead to other complications. The stigma attached to mental illnesses refrains the young population from sharing their problems or asking for help. The fear of social isolation culminates into shame, secrecy and conservativeness exhibited during social interactions that may aggravate if the much needed […]

Shattering myths about eating disorders
03-06   Shattering myths about eating disorders

  For some teens, the entire focus of the life is on the body weight and their body image. They may look normal on the outside, but their minds are too fixated on their food and the calorie intake. Prolonged frustration concerning the number of calories gained or lost can lead to a problem concerning […]

7 qualities of a good treatment center for your teen
12-23   7 qualities of a good treatment center for your teen

Substance addiction and mental disorders can affect anyone regardless of age, race or gender. Teens are at risk of substance abuse and mental illness due to the social stigma, peer pressure and bullying. Adolescents are also more susceptible because they are not yet fully developed, physically, mentally or emotionally. The frontal lobe in the teenaged […]

The danger in replacing one addiction with another
07-03   The danger in replacing one addiction with another

Addictions are complicated. Naturally, individuals with addictive personalities are more prone to struggling with addiction. Approximately 10 to 15 percent of the population is believed to have addictive personalities. During or after treatment, it is common for these individuals to replace the addiction for which they are in recovery with another. This is especially true […]

Parental consent for treatment up for debate in New Jersey
06-22   Parental consent for treatment up for debate in New Jersey

A recent Assembly bill, the Boys and Girls Clubs Keystone Law (A-3435), was passed by the New Jersey Senate in May of 2015 and will permit minors in the state to receive mental health care without requiring parental consent. This has the potential to help many adolescents and teenagers who are struggling with mental health […]

Elements of successful adolescent substance abuse aftercare, part 2
06-17   Elements of successful adolescent substance abuse aftercare, part 2

This article is a continuation of “Substance abuse treatment for adolescents: Part I: Elements of successful treatment.” Peer group identification and belonging is of the utmost importance during adolescence and is an extremely influential force in teens’ lives. Peer group is also one of the hardest things to change when a teen gets clean and […]

Elements of successful adolescent substance abuse treatment, part 1
06-16   Elements of successful adolescent substance abuse treatment, part 1

Substance use problems in teenagers have become an epidemic. American adolescents and young adults ages 12 to 29 need help with drug and alcohol problems, according to the 2013 National Survey on Drug Use and Health. A study of adults needing treatment for drug or alcohol problems showed that 90 percent started using before the […]

Coping with teen bullying
06-15   Coping with teen bullying

“Kids can be cruel,” the commonplace saying goes. Unfortunately, bullying can truly be an undesirable byproduct of the transition of growing up. This is not a terribly surprising phenomenon during the teen years either, as such adjustments may lead to insecurities or awkwardness. Some choose to deal with these intense emotions by belittling others to […]

America’s favorite pastime marred by drug addiction
06-08   America’s favorite pastime marred by drug addiction

Baseball is known as America’s pastime. Warm summer days, “the wave,” jumbo hot dogs and fireworks are just a few of the reasons why baseball is loved by most Americans. In fact, according to Forbes magazine, Major League Baseball generated over $8 billion in 2013 alone. Baseball has extremely strong roots in American history. This […]

Drug rehabilitation for inmates proves more effective than prison
06-08   Drug rehabilitation for inmates proves more effective than prison

Drug addiction in the United States is a huge epidemic and has led to the increase in opening of drug rehabilitation treatment centers. Many of these treatment centers have been around for decades, such as the Betty Ford Center and others, and more treatment centers are even accepting most insurance carriers, making it more affordable […]

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