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is in compliance with the HONcode

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Certificate validity: valid until Oct 2015

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Date of initial review:

11 Jun 2014

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valid until Oct 2015

Date of last visit:

06 Feb 2018
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The content below is a sample of the content identified at a specific date by the HONcode team that justifies the respect of the eight ethical principles.

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The authors of this site do not dispense medical, legal or professional advice, nor do they prescribe any treatment or strategy that should be tested without the advice of a professional. Information presented on this site is for educational or entertainment purposes only. You are responsible for your own actions should you use any information found on this site.
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1. Baylor College of Medicine: The Human Microbiome Project
2. Gut Bacteria Regulate Serotonin
3. Natural Intestinal Flora Strengthen Immune System
4. APA Monitor – Digestive Bacteria
5. Scientific America: The Neuroscience of Gut Bacteria
6. The Intestinal Microbiota Affect Central Levels of Brain-Derived Neurotropic Factor and Behavior in Mice
7. UCLA Yogurt Probiotic Study
8. Chronic Fatigue, Probiotics and Decreased Anxiety
9. The Serotonin and Early Life Gut Bacteria Link
10. Computational Models to Predict Obesity
11. Web MD: Gut Bacteria and Obesity Risk
12. An Obesity-Associated Gut Microbiome with Increased Capacity for Energy Harvest
13. Discover: Probiotic Bacteria Alters Mice Behavior
14. Gut Dysbiosis
15. NY Times: GERD Drugs and Beneficial Bacteria
16. Stress and Beneficial Bacteria
17. Excessive early life hygiene and its influence on gut bacteria levels
18. Wikipedia: C. difficile
19. Diet-Induced Dysbiosis of the Intestinal Microbiota and the Effects on Immunity and Disease
20. NCCAM: Probiotics
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Facility Listings
We have two types of treatment center listings:
featured rehab programs by our premium partners
local directory listings
Choose Help features treatment facilities from the biggest and most well respected rehab providers in the United States. This currently includes facilities from CRC Health and Acadia Healthcare. These listings are showcased in our Rehab Programs section as well as on our Homepage carousel and in the "Featured Resources" section in the right sidebar of our directory. These listings are paid.
All the other treatment facilities are located in our directory. The listings in there are a combinations of our own selections and treatment providers that approached us directly. We've made sure that our directory is a healthy cross section of treatment facilities for all financial situations and needs. These listings are free.
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Our Sources of Funding
Choose Help operates as an ethical commercial enterprise; receiving advertising funding as a primary source of revenue.
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All content is written objectively & unbiasedly.
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