People struggling with addictions can look to online programs for help, a new report from the World Bank says.
The new report, titled Addicted: A New World of Addictions, says that the number of people using online programs has more than doubled in the last 10 years, reaching almost 3 million in 2016, with one-fifth of them using them for their addiction.
In the first six months of 2018, more than 50 million people used online programs.
More than 1.3 million of those were in developing countries, with another 600,000 in Europe.
The report said that many of the people who use online programs are not using for their primary drug, such as heroin or crack cocaine.
The report found that most of the users who use an online program are young and between the ages of 15 and 34.
It also found that the majority of people who are using online say that they are using to get help for their addictions.
The majority of the participants who used an online bsn program said that they were using for the same reason.
The study found that while most people in the online bnsu program were female, a large majority of participants in the bsns were men.
The World Bank report says that many online programs have an emphasis on helping people overcome their addictive behaviors.
“Many online programs also provide a variety of other support services, such, counselling, educational and training, as well as case management services, job-search support, health insurance, and social support services,” it says.