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Being a drug addict in most cases sucks. Being a drug addict over the holidays only sometimes sucks. Being a drug addict over the holidays is a lot like being a kid on Christmas, except it is a kid on drugs. And maybe it’s not a kid, maybe it’s a grown adult. Either way there are some pretty messed up reasons why it’s halfway decent to be an addict on the holidays and then there are reasons why it just downright blows. And just in case you are wondering, for the most part, it downright blows. Ho, ho, ho. 

http://wickedsober.com/what-its-like-to-be-a-drug-addict-over-the-holidays/

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A study finds that even in recovery, alcoholics’ brains don’t react as strongly to emotional expressions as nonalcoholics’ brains do.

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As it is becoming more widely and popularly know, the newest Healthcare Reform Laws, lovingly dubbed Obamacare, has created a wider availability of life-saving health care that was promised by the Affordable Care act. And while it may be great for those suffering from addiction, to help them find drug treatment due to substance abuse, could it also have the opposite effect? Could the new Healthcare Reform Act create a new slew of addicts that need the now widely available drug addiction treatment? Some think so. 

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“For this kid from Taft Street in Dorchester you’ve made Boston a place where dreams come true. Together we’re going to make Boston a place where dreams come true for every child and every person in every corner of this city,” Walsh told cheering supporters at his election night party at the Boston Park Plaza Hotel. 

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If you or someone you love needs health insurance for drug treatment it may be extremely important for you to look into the Affordable Care Act. Drug treatment now HAS to be covered by the Affordable Care Act. This is a huge benefit of the Affordable Care Act for substance abuse because many people who are suffering from substance abuse can’t get the help they need. Unfortunately, it is usually the ones who want the help the most that can’t get it. Now, with the Affordable Care Act everyone who needs help and wants help will be able to get it, no questions asked. 

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