American Addiction Centers’ Live Online Talk Show Wins Telly Award in First Year
American Addiction Centers is getting national recognition for its online talk show, “Addiction Talk Live,” a program dedicated to sharing the stories of celebrities, influencers and everyday people impacted by addiction and mental health. The leading treatment provider recently won a Telly Award for unscripted web series in the bronze category. The Tellys are the […]
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Sampson Asumadu, pharmacist at AdCare Hospital of Worcester, was recently interviewed by Optum on facts about expired medication. The expiration date listed on medication is not like the expiration date on food items. Instead, the expiration date indicates the date at which the medication retains its full potency and safety. Over time, medications can degrade […]
In recognition of Alcohol Awareness Month, American Addiction Centers, a leading provider of substance use treatment, will be hosting a discussion series called Sober Thursdays: An AAC Chat throughout the month of April. Each Thursday, beginning April 7, a panel of treatment experts and frontline workers – many of whom are in recovery – will address some […]
AAC’s Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Lawrence Weinstein, was recently featured in a Newsweek article providing information on ways that people can limit or eliminate their alcohol consumption. Alcohol is a known link to the development of many health conditions, such as heart disease, blood pressure, anxiety, depression, psychological issues, dementia, and various cancers among many […]
Recovery First therapist Andy Ansola penned an op-ed for Blavity on strategies for treating addiction in the Black community. In his piece, Ansola illustrates the multiple contradictions that exist when it comes to Black communities and substance use disorder. “On one hand, substance use among African Americans is no worse than the general population […]
It is widely understood that the pandemic significantly increased alcohol consumption throughout the country, and a recent report on the JAMA network found that there has actually been a 25% increase in the rate of alcohol-related deaths. Additionally, transplants for alcohol-related liver disease have increased as have emergency room visits for alcohol-related issues. Though pandemic […]
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