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Addiction And Rehab With Hanna Dickinson

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With a brilliant blend of honesty and humor, comedian Hanna Dickinson shares her experiences with rehab. Ever since the dawn of societies opioids and alcohol have plagued the citizens of Egypt, Mesopotamia, and China alike. With the advent of the industrial revolution addiction only grew worse. What methods did ancient and modern societies take in order to curb these chemical dependencies?

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