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- Larry Kudlow Admits That He Still Struggles With Addiction After 18 Years Sober
Thirty years ago, I was introduced recovery. It was not long after my 27th birthday. Because I come from generations of families that had at least one practicing alcoholic, I made it my mission to learn as much as I could about the disease of...
Persons in recovery from addictive disorders such as drug or alcohol addiction, gambling addiction, internet/gaming addictions, as well as those recovering from the effects of a relationship with an addicted individual, tend to be especially...
A dispute over a parking spot turned violent outside a Wal-Mart in Tazewell, Va. Two men were charged after the altercation. TAZEWELL, Va. — A dispute in a southwest Virginia parking lot crowded with holiday shoppers turned violent...
I frequently have clients ask about natural methods to help them sleep. Because melatonin is a hormone that is part of the human sleep-wake cycle, many people think that by taking more of it in pill form will help them to fall asleep faster or stay...
A CNBC anchor, former Wall Street economist and Ronald Reagan adviser has told how he’s still struggling with his decades-long drug and alcohol addiction, even though he has been sober for 18 years. Larry Kudlow, 66, made his emotional speech...