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Originally Published on cnbc.com Drinking alcohol can increase the risk of catching Covid-19 and governments around the world should limit access during coronavirus lockdowns, the World Health Organization said late Tuesday.The WHO said alcohol consumption is associated with a number of communicable and noncommunicable diseases that can make a person more vulnerable to catching Covid-19.“Therefore,...
Originally Published on healthline.com A new study reports that about a third of people in the United States who are working from home during the COVID-19 pandemic are also drinking on the job.About 36 percent of men and 26 percent of women said they drink during work hours.Experts say alcohol consumption while working can...
Originally Published on SAMHSA.gov Learn why you should talk with your child about alcohol and other drugs. Parents Have a Significant Influence in Their Children’s Decisions to Experiment With Alcohol and Other Drugs One of the most influential factors during a child’s adolescence is maintaining a strong, open...
Originally Published on alcohol.org Alcohol is the most commonly used addictive substance in the United States, the National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence (NCADD) reports. The National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA) publishes that close to 90 percent of all American adults report drinking alcohol at least once in their lifetimes, according...
Developed By: Mountain Plains PTTC Self-Care in a Selfless Field Webinar We are currently living in unprecedented and difficult times. Prevention specialists, in addition to experiencing the current global pandemic, also listen to painful and distressing experiences which can lead to compassion fatigue and burnout. This presentation will help us to learn more...
Originally Published on Hanley Center at Origins The appeal of a change in lifestyle during retirement rarely includes a clear view of what pitfalls can emerge in the “golden years.”  Whether you retire early or work into your late 60s or 70s, your transition in work status may precede many other changes, some...
Originally Posted on Origins Recovery Center A family member living with addiction can seem like a threat to everyone else in the home every single day. The choices of the person abusing drugs or alcohol create consequences for children and adults, and the damage done to the family can be significant. Today let’s look...
Originally Published on HuffPost Coping with the coronavirus pandemic often includes drinking, but how much alcohol increases your risk of getting sick? With bars closed and parties called off due to the coronavirus pandemic, many Americans are replacing in-person drinks with virtual happy hours. And as the country’s drinking habits...
Family can exist in many forms and as a single parent, there are some things I know to be important. What lies in the epicenter of that are the people who consider themselves family and the love that they have for one another. These bonds are important because family helps us get through...

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