Gooden Center
A residential drug treatment center for men located in Pasadena, CA. The Gooden Center is a proud member of the National Association of Addiction Treatment Providers (NAATP).

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191 North El Molino Avenue Pasadena, CA 91101 US

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Do You Remember Most of Your Childhood?

Do You Remember Most of Your Childhood?

Although it can be difficult to remember a lot of details from your childhood, most people have certain emotional memories or moments that stand out from growing up. However, people that experience traumatic events in childhood may have more trouble remembering the event itself and things associated with
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Bad Habits vs Compulsive Disorder

Bad Habits vs Compulsive Disorder

Habits are behaviors that develop over time and become automatic or unconscious actions. A person may engage in a habit with little thought about why they are doing it or whether it should be done. Although habits are all a type of compulsion, someone with a compulsive disorder has very
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Schizophrenia and Bipolar Similar Diagnosis, Different Treatment

Schizophrenia and Bipolar Similar Diagnosis, Different Treatment

More complex mental health disorders can be difficult to identify and diagnose because they may share many symptoms with other issues. People with schizophrenia are often misdiagnosed as bipolar and vice versa because the two problems both affect how the person
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Nintendo Addresses Gaming Addiction

Nintendo Addresses Gaming Addiction

Video games can be a fun distraction but over time people can become dependent on video games as a way to escape their own personal problems. Video game addiction is a growing issue that is affecting teens and young adults who spend hours playing video
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What is an Accidental Overdose?

What is an Accidental Overdose?

Most cases of drug overdose that are not fatal are considered accidental overdoses unless the person was attempting suicide. When a person dies from an overdose the medical examiner will need to determine whether the overdose was intentional or unintentional. If a person’s overdose is determined to be intentional then
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