Rhonda Lee

Rhonda Lee

APEX is proud to announce its new Chairman of the Board: Michael Cartwright

APEX Recovery of San Diego is proud to announce its new Chairman of the Board: Michael Cartwright APEX is proud to announce its new Chairman of the Board: Michael Cartwright ” – Dr Matthieu Bruhin SAN DIEGO, CA, UNITED STATES, January 2, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ – APEX Recovery is a state-of-California …

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Start Using This Simple Habit to Build Better Business Relationships in 2022

Image Credit: getty Most everyone agrees that building strong and broad relationships is the key to professional success, but many professionals (especially those who are more technically inclined) find it difficult to do so. While team-building events, networking lunches, and virtual chats can be effective tactics, it’s important that leaders …

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SWLA Arrest Report – December 31, 2021

Lake Charles, LA (KPLC) – Calcasieu Correctional Center Reservation Report for December 31, 2021. Trevor Dawson Kimbell, 21, Orange, TX: Battery aggravated. Shannon Rae Austin, 43, Lake Charles: Contraband defined, some prison smuggling activity prohibited; possession of a controlled dangerous substance, Schedule II; out of state prisoner. Brian James Mire, …

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What is happening? | Announcements | wyomingnews.com

Hattie Lake Ice Fishing Derby: 8 a.m. to 2 p.m., Lac Hattie in Laramie. Call 307-745-5425 to register. Walk with a doc: 1:30 p.m. to 2:30 p.m., University of Wyoming Fieldhouse. Listen to health professionals and take your legwork. Closure of the City of Laramie offices: In respect of the …

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Sober nights offer a safe alternative for people in drug rehab

For people recovering from addiction, the holidays can be difficult. Some organizations offer safe alternatives for people who choose a sober lifestyle. Iron Mongers Gym in San Marcos is having a low-key New Years Eve party open to the public. Gym trainer Mike Delgado said he wanted to provide an …

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Maritime Brewers and Winemakers Go Dry January Trend with Alcohol-Free Options

With the end of 2021, some residents of the Maritimes expect another “dry” year, where people cut alcohol for the month of January. It’s a growing trend that some local brewers and wine growers are trying to follow. “I believe there is definitely a place for an extraordinary sensory experience …

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SAMHSA Works To Turn National Suicide Prevention Lifeline Into Three Digit Number | 2021-12-31

Rockville, MD – The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration is helping to upgrade the National Lifeline for Suicide Prevention to a three-digit number – 988. According to a press release, Congress has designated the updated dial code in 2020 and the Department of Health and Human Services, through …

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The Day – Freedom First Wildlife Rehab to launch conservation project for endangered barn owls

Waterford – Freedom First Wildlife Rehab is a home-based non-profit organization established in 2017 by married couple Gwen and Rich Rice. It is the only non-profit organization in the state dedicated exclusively to the rehabilitation of native owls, with the aim of putting them back in the wild, and in …

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Why Chesa Boudin’s approach to criminal justice works for the long term

Regarding “Boudin must leave” (Letters, December 26): The letter’s statement that “the lack of social protection is not the problem; the problem is that criminal activity increases when criminals are emboldened by lax law enforcement and the lack of prosecution “seems to assume that” criminals “are people who are inherently …

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Stress Can Cause Binge Drinking In Women, Not Men – LIFESTYLE – GENERAL

New research has shown that stress alone can lead women to binge drinking. The study was published in the “Psychology of Addictive Behaviors Journal”. Men who experienced the same stress only drank to excess when they had already started drinking. Although rates of alcohol abuse are higher among men than …

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