Cocaine Statistics England and Wales

UK Cocaine Death Toll Rises For 6th Consecutive Year

2017 statistics released by the Office for National Statistics (ONS) have revealed the highest number of cocaine-related deaths in England and Wales ever recorded since comparable records began. This is the 6th consecutive year that England and Wales have experienced a shocking rise in the deaths where cocaine has been deemed to be the main…

Cannabis Legalisation UK

UK Public Back Legalisation of Recreational Cannabis In Poll

The Independent newspaper recently exclusively revealed the results of a UK survey they recruited BMG Research to manage, assessing the general consensus amongst the British public regarding the legalisation of recreational cannabis in the UK. BMG Research, who are regularly recruited to conduct polls for The Department of Education, Open University, the UK government and…

Fentanyl Addiction & Deaths UK

Fentanyl Deaths Continue To Rise in England and Wales

The latest statistics from ONS (Office for National Statistics) have been released and show there has been no positive impact on the number of deaths from drug-related deaths from 2016, the previous year. In 2016 England and Wales were hit by the highest number of drug-related deaths ever recorded, with 3,744 individuals dying as a…

Functioning Alcoholic

Different Types and Stages of Alcoholism

Alcoholism in whatever form it presents is a life-threatening condition. Many will argue that they are not alcoholic as they do not conform to the stereotypical image of what an alcoholic is. Rehab Today by PCP has successfully treated thousands of alcoholics over the years at our alcohol rehab clinics in the UK.  We find…

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Simon Pegg’s Alcoholic Hell

Simon Pegg recently opened up to The Guardian newspaper about his long term battle with alcoholism and depression. Simon poignantly stated during the interview: “One thing [addiction] does is make you clever at not giving anything away. People think junkies and alcoholics are slovenly, unmotivated people. They’re not – they are incredibly organised. They can…

Alcoholism

Promising Study Gives Hope To Alcoholics and Drug Addicts

The URI (University of Rhode Island) has received a $1.65million federal grant towards the study of a new drug being developed to control alcohol cravings. The National Institute on Alcohol abuse and Alcoholism and the National Institute on Drug Abuse has funded a laboratory for the clinical trials on the drug to be conducted. If…