Latest Problem gambling Stories
NCPG and stakeholders come together to promote responsible gaming. Washington, D.C.
Homeless clients using services at Toronto's Good Shepherd Ministries are nearly nine times more likely to have a history of problem or pathological gambling than the general population.
New research reveals that brain damage affecting the insula – an area with a key role in emotions – disrupts errors of thinking linked to gambling addiction.
The National Council on Problem Gambling’s Helpline Network (800-522-4700) offers resources to help gambling addicts and their loved ones.
The National Council on Problem Gambling shares tips for reducing risk of developing gambling disorder. Washington, D.C.
Gambling addiction is a public health problem impacting relationships, families, businesses and communities.
Board passes resolution recognizing March as "Problem Gambling Awareness Month" HARRISBURG, Pa., March 3, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Recognizing the effects problem gambling can have on
Gambling is all around - learn to protect yourself, protect your family and navigate problem gambling. Washington, D.C.
The growing popularity of casino gambling among older adults is contributing to increases in problem gambling among the nation’s aging population, according to Seniors in Casino Land, a newly
NEW YORK, Feb. 24, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Older Americans, once content with church bingo, are flocking to casinos to play the slots.
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