WBAP News hears from Dr. Harold Urschel of Enterhealth about helping family members deal with the serious challenges faced while caring for a family member addicted to drugs or alcohol.
Stopping smoking cigarettes is one of the toughest habits to stop, as it takes an average of five to seven tries before a person achieves success quitting. Enterhealth, a Dallas based drug and alcohol treatment center, recently established a smoking cessation program for companies to help employees quit smoking. The program is also available for the …
In her May Webinar for Enterhealth, Dr. Elizabeth Weidmer-Mikhail discussed the parents’ use of alcohol and drugs and how it affects their children. Read all of the details in Park Cities People. http://www.parkcitiespeople.com/living-well/children-suffer-when-parents-abuse-alcohol-and-drugs/
Texas addiction doctor speaks to Oklahoma officials about dangers of marijuana – KOCO, News 5, Oklahoma City
Enterhealth’s chief medical strategist, Dr. Harold C. Urschel III, addiction psychiatrist, was invited to speak to the Oklahoma Medical Board regarding the upcoming vote on the legalization of marijuana in Oklahoma. He shared with them that marijuana hurts people’s brains along with the many other dangers of the drug.