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health

Since we don’t just want to talk about the deceased at Arlington National Cemetery, we’ve created a “Health” category to share health tips with veterans, military personnel and the general public.

In this day and age, it is much easier to live a healthy life than it used to be. We have much more knowledge and people are more ready to use it. Learn everything about health in this category.

What is meant by health?

Health is defined positively: as a state of comprehensive physical, mental and social well-being. In health promotion, health is seen as an essential part of everyday life and not primarily as a goal in life.

What is meant by social health?

Health is defined in a holistic view as physical, psychological and social well-being, which is influenced by individual, social and societal backgrounds. Health is thus less a state or goal than a resource of daily life.

What all is included in health?

Health is not merely the absence of disease and infirmity, “but the state of complete physical, mental, spiritual and social well-being.” Health is a component of everyday life and quality of life and a condition for social, economic and personal development.

What factors affect health?

The health of the population depends on numerous influencing factors. These include economic and social security, education, working conditions or participation in social events. Likewise, different lifestyles and the environment have an impact on health.

Outreach & Advocacy

It’s through advocacy and public awareness that we reduce the stigma that is associated with co-occurring disorders. At the Dual Diagnosis Recovery Network, we participate in advocating for ...
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Problem Gaming: Player One Continue?

Video games may have once been the domain of the stereotypical introverted young male gamer, but today they’ve become one of America’s most popular forms of entertainment. Fifty-nine ...
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Milestones of Sobriety: 30 and 90 Days — 1, 5 and 10 Years

Recovery from addiction is often described as a journey. People who make the decision to set down the bottle or walk away from drugs have made the first ...
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Testing and Assessments for Comorbidity

Dual Diagnosis occurs when a person has an alcohol or substance abuse problem and a mental health disorder. Also called comorbidity, the instances of having two or more co-occurring ...
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Prison Time for Drug Users

Crime and drug use are almost inexorably linked. In fact, about 80 percent of people who are arrested and placed in prison abuse either drugs or alcohol.[1] Of those who ...
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Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale

The Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale (WAIS) is a test that was designed to assess the intelligence of adults and older adolescents in order to provide them with a more directed ...
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How to Recognize an Enabler

They say that the road to hell is paved with good intentions and, sadly, the road of addiction often is as well. Many concerned family members make choices ...
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Vocational Testing

Leaving a rehabilitation center can be a momentous occasion for an individual. Regardless of the reason for enrollment, an individual leaves a treatment program with newly acquired coping ...
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Behavioral Modification

Developed from the work of B.F. Skinner’s theory of operant conditioning, behavioral modification seeks to change or shape behavior through a set of stimuli and response actions. Operant conditioning ...
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Sober Living for Women

While some sober living communities provide private apartments, most use a communal system in which residents share both bedrooms and living spaces. Recreational areas might be shared, as might kitchens ...
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