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Possible New Alcohol Withdrawal Treatment

Possible New Alcohol Withdrawal Treatment

Some 20 million Americans suffer from alcoholism or alcohol use disorder. And the problem has only intensified during the pandemic. One of the significant challenges to recovering from an addiction to alcohol and many drugs is withdrawal. That's what happens to your body when an addictive substance is removed from…

Aware Recovery Care Announces New Funding

Aware Recovery Care Announces New Funding

Aware Recovery Care, a pioneer in the in-home addiction treatment space, today announced that it has raised a significant growth investment to support rapid expansion and increased access to high-quality, whole-person healthcare. Aware’s In-Home Addiction Treatment (IHATTM) program is backed by a decade of experience delivering individualized, evidence-based treatment, as…

Drinking and Brain Health

Drinking and Brain Health

With so many American's battling addiction to alcohol (20 million-plus as of this writing), many in the medical community have been anxious to better understand alcohol's long-term effects on the brain. In a new paper in the British Medical Journal (BMJ), researchers from Australia and the U.K. offer interesting insights[i]…

Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts Teams Up with Aware Recovery Care

Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts Teams Up with Aware Recovery Care

Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts has just announced a new initiative designed to provide additional support to members living with substance use disorder. The company has contracted with Aware Recovery Care to offer qualifying Blue Cross members a best-in-class, in-home addiction treatment program designed to promote long-term recovery while…

Physicians Anxious to Prescribe Addiction Treatment Drug, Cannot

Physicians Anxious to Prescribe Addiction Treatment Drug, Cannot

A new Florida study examines the access resident physicians in that state have to buprenorphine, an FDA-approved medication shown to successfully decrease opioid use, overdose events, and deaths associated with opioids. The findings are disappointing. When questioned in a survey conducted by the University of South Florida (USF) Health, resident…

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