Drug addiction

What is harm reduction, the drug treatment program criticized by Senator Ted Cruz?

Republican U.S. Senator Ted Cruz last month criticized President Joe Biden for allegedly funding the distribution of free crack pipes – a claim that federal officials have denied and called misleading. Cruz was referring to the Biden administration’s $30 million grant program aimed at mitigating the fallout from the country’s …

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Dwayne Neff Blade | Obituary

Shaw & Sons Funeral Home Our beloved son Blade Dwayne Neff passed away on Tuesday March 8, 2022. He was born to Troy and Kandi Neff on September 14, 2004. At just 17 years old, he was a wild kid and loved life to the fullest. He loved skateboarding, indoor …

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Cyberabad Police launch anti-drug committees in schools and colleges

Drug addiction committees were launched on Thursday by Cyberabad police in all 148 schools and colleges in Madhapur area with the aim of achieving a “drug-free campus”. Police Commissioner Mr Stephen Raveendra said the state government is committed to eradicating the menace of drugs and as part of this it …

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Biden and Becerra donate millions to opioids and addiction drugs

WASHINGTON The Biden administration has earmarked $25.6 million to give entities fighting the overdose epidemic drug treatments, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Secretary Xavier Becerra told McClatchy on Tuesday. The grants are intended to make drug treatment more widely available for opioid use disorders and prescription drug abuse, …

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Congressman Kim gets $300,000 for Burlington County’s HOPE ONE in federal spending bill

Congressman Kim gets $300,000 for Burlington County’s HOPE ONE in federal spending bill Mount Laurel, NJ – This week, Congressman Kim (NJ-03) voted to pass the government’s fiscal year 2022 funding package that includes $300,000 for the county’s HOPE ONE Mobile Access Unit. Burlington. Congressman Kim applied for community project …

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victims of the opioid crisis will face the owners of Purdue Pharma | New York News

By GEOFF MULVIHILL and JENNIFER PELTZ, Associated Press NEW YORK (AP) — Their advocacy helped put Purdue Pharma out of business and forces the family that has controlled the company for generations to relinquish ownership and provide billions of dollars to communities to fight opioid addiction. But what victims of …

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Old Town Neighborhood Association releases plan to revitalize neighborhood

A new Old Town Neighborhood Associations plan calls for, among other things, that Portland police officers know the name of at least one person in every business or that residence/business owners and non-profit organizations know the name and number of at least one Old Town PPB Officer. Kaylee Domzalski/OPB On …

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Local bodies in Kozhikode to step up drug abuse control measures among students

Considering the growing number of students involved in various drug-related cases, the majority of local administrators in Kozhikode district decided to reorganize student protection committees. Existing committees will be reconstituted with leaders of parent-teacher associations, neighborhood members, anti-alcohol activists and leaders leading community policing programs. Efforts are also underway to …

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Carry the Kettle Nakoda Nation raises awareness about substance abuse

Carry the Kettle Nakoda Nation, Sask. – Many members of the Carry the Kettle Nakoda Nation gathered Friday to raise awareness about addictions and drug use in their community. The day resonated with 15-year-old Mykayla Huntinghawk, who no longer lives with her addiction-stricken mother. “I haven’t spoken to her in …

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J&J’s $26 billion opioid settlement finalized

Johnson & Johnson Opioid Settlement to Help Communities Johnson & Johnson, alongside 3 major pharmaceutical distributors, agreed to pay nearly $26 billion to settle thousands of opioid-related lawsuits on Friday. Those lawsuits claimed their business practices helped fuel and sustain the deadly opioid epidemic that has claimed the lives of …

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How Europe can kick its Russian gas habit

A pressure gauge is pictured at the Atamanskaya Compressor Station, a facility of Gazprom’s Power of Siberia project outside the Far Eastern town of Svobodny in Russia’s Amur region November 29, 2019. REUTERS/Maxim Shemetov Join now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register LONDON, March 1 (Reuters Breakingviews) – Europe …

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J&J and Distributors Finalize Landmark $26 Billion Opioid Settlement

Drugmaker Johnson & Johnson and three major distributors — including Conshohocken-based AmerisourceBergen — finalized nationwide agreements on Friday over their role in the opioid addiction crisis, an announcement that paves the way for $26 billion to go to of almost every state and local government in the United States. Taken …

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hotel general manager sentenced to 15 years in prison for sex and drug trafficking in Monroe County | USAO-MDPA

SCRANTON – The United States Attorney’s Office for the Intermediate District of Pennsylvania announced that on February 23, 2022, Faizal Bhimani, 45, of Bartonsville, Pennsylvania, was sentenced to 180 months in prison by the District Court Judge. U.S. District Malachy E. Mannion for sex trafficking and drug trafficking offenses. Bhimani’s …

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Oil at $100/bbl aggravates the pain of Asia’s acute oil addiction

There’s always a price to pay when you don’t have an immediate alternative to cure your addiction – and for Asian oil importers, it’s no different. Asia’s major oil importers depend on imports for 70-100% of their needs. With oil prices high – ICE Brent crude topped $100/bbl in Asian …

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Pakistani narco-terrorism at J&K has already had disastrous consequences

In recent years there has been a phenomenal increase in the amount narcotics trafficked and consumed in India. What was once a largely metropolitan habit is rapidly catching up in India’s tier two cities. In Jammu and Kashmir (J&K), a pre-existing chronic drug abuse problem has now taken on epidemic …

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On a mission to relieve chronic pain | MIT News

About 50 million Americans suffer from chronic pain, which interferes with their daily lives, social interactions and ability to work. Professor Fan Wang of MIT wants to develop new ways to help alleviate this pain, by studying and potentially modifying the pain control mechanisms of the brain. His recent work …

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Can we prevent Internet addiction in high school?

An intervention based on cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) has found moderate success in preventing gambling and internet addiction among at-risk young people, according to German researchers. Compared to a control group, adolescents who participated in the PROTECT intervention experienced a significantly greater reduction in symptoms related to gambling disorder and disordered …

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Kansas prisons use buprenorphine and naltrexone to fight drug overdose epidemic | KCUR 89.3

A recent decision to let people continue drug treatment while in the Sedgwick County Jail in Wichita reflects a significant shift in thinking among Kansas sheriffs’ offices that is gaining momentum. Sedgwick officials are no longer removing people from their prescriptions for medications such as buprenorphine when he is imprisoned. …

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Your Super Bowl guacamole could be harming Mexican forests

For some of us, the best part of the Super Bowl is the bowl full of guacamole. By one estimate, football fans eat 105 million pounds of avocados during the big game, making it the biggest day of the year for these fatty, nutritious and delicious fruits. But Americans don’t …

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Fulton County Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities to Host Community Conversation on Substance Use Prevention and Treatment – “The Deadly Truth”

In an effort to raise awareness of the devastating impact of opioid addiction, the Fulton County Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities (BHDD) will host its next Community Conversation on Substance Use Prevention and Treatment – “The Deadly Truth” on Thursday, February 24. 2022 from 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 …

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After battling her own addiction, a woman opens a center to help others

By Shayla Reaves Click here for updates on this story MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — After years of battling addiction, a Twin Cities woman is helping others do the same. Crystal Hill-Hover and its business partners opened the Twin Cities Wellness and Recovery Center in January. The licensed facility is located at …

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City of St. Louis calls for caution, education and treatment regarding opioid addiction and overdoses

Today, the City of St. Louis is urging residents to learn about the signs of an opioid overdose and seek addiction help if needed, as the city experiences a devastating spike in overdoses since the weekend. As local and federal law enforcement continue their investigations, residents of St. Louis can …

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Completion of antibiotic therapy for infective endocarditis associated with injection drug use in a routine drug addiction clinic: a retrospective cohort study | BMC Infectious Diseases

Ultimately, 65.1% of survivors in our cohort completed antibiotic therapy, 87.2% were seen by addiction specialists, and 89.4% received MOUD. This MOUD initiation rate differs greatly from the 5.7% initiation rate reported in a national study of IDU-IE patients. [8]. Completion of antibiotic therapy in IDU-IE has not been well …

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Mom Fights For More Addiction Resources In Oregon After Losing Daughter | Local News

SALEM, Ore. (KPTV) — Families affected by Oregon’s drug addiction crisis are asking state lawmakers for help. Cathy McInnis is one of those mothers fighting for more resources in the state. She lost her daughter to alcohol addiction on March 1, 2020. “She was in rehab and she passed away,” …

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History shows us how to get into the habit of using old objects

The writer is an associate professor of modern history at the University of East Anglia, and author of ‘rummage: A story of the things we reused, recycled and refused to let go’ Creating a circular economy requires a cultural shift. Currently, the problem is related to the appearance of a …

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Senator Collins asks the experts about the COV…

Click HERE to watch Senator Collins’ Q&A with Dr. Prinstein on children’s mental health. Click HERE to watch Senator Collins’ Q&A with Ms. Goldsby on non-fatal overdoses. washington d.c. – U.S. Senator Susan Collins (R-ME), a member of the Senate Health Committee, interviewed mental health and addictions experts during a …

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The growing human cost of sports betting

We’re heading into the Super Bowl, a time of joy and anticipation for most sports fans. But not for everyone. Certainly not for Steven Delaney. He has no intention of watching the big game. Watching sports of all kinds might bring it back to mind. “I’m staying away from it …

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Jackson County Drug Court hopes to give people a second chance | Illinois News

By MAKAYLA HOLDER, Southern Illinois (Carbondale) CARBONDALE, Ill. (AP) — A drug treatment court traveled to Jackson County to help people facing drug addiction and criminal charges get their lives back, Judge Steven Bost said. “The beauty of this program is that it’s been researched, studied, and studied, and it …

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Illinois woman sentenced to 14 years for meth trafficking

PEORIA, Illinois – Robert J. Bell, Assistant Special Agent in Charge of the Drug Enforcement Administration-Chicago Division, and U.S. Attorney Gregory K. Harris of the Central District of Illinois announced that Donna N. Mark, 39, of Peoria , Illinois, was sentenced on January 20, 2022 to 168 months in prison …

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State Sees Rise in Gambling Addiction Following Introducing Sports Gambling | Connecticut News

HARTFORD, CT (WFSB) – Sports betting has been online in Connecticut for about three months and is bringing in millions. But it’s also creating more “problem gamblers” and the state’s hotline has been overwhelmed with calls. Sports gambling has been a big win for tribes and casinos. The intent was …

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Peoria woman arrested with nine pounds of ice cold methamphetamine in Morton, Illinois. Sentenced to 14 years in federal prison | USAO-CDIL

PEORIA, Illinois – A Peoria, Illinois woman, Donna N. Mark, 39, of the 2000 block of North California Street, was sentenced Jan. 20, 2022, to 168 months in prison (14 years), followed by five years in probation for possession of methamphetamine with intent to distribute. The Court also ordered the …

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Former SC lawyer Alex Murdaugh now faces 71 charges; $8.5 million stolen

COLUMBIA, SC (AP) — A once-prominent South Carolina attorney now faces 71 charges of stealing nearly $8.5 million in wrongful death and wreckage settlements from more than a dozen of people after another round of indictments against Alex Murdaugh were handed down on Friday. The 23 new charges issued by …

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“Explosion of drug overdose deaths”: new program to help drug addicts | News

SPARTANBURG, South Carolina (FOX Carolina) – The Spartanburg County coroner says that since the start of 2019, the county has seen an “explosion of drug overdose deaths.” With overdose deaths on the rise in upstate, a location in Spartanburg is launching a new program to help those struggling with addiction. …

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Abadie’s CAS Inquire conference on drug addicts will take place on January 25 | Nebraska today

Roberto Abadie, assistant professor of anthropology at the School of Global Integrative Studies, will deliver the talk “No Pleasure: Addiction, Poverty, and the Everyday Lives of Drug Users” at 5:30 p.m. on January 25 at the Nebraska Union Auditorium. The exhibit is part of the College of Arts and Sciences’ …

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Houston drug treatment centers are feeling the effects of the omicron variant – Houston Public Media

Close up top view of people sitting in a circle talking. Inpatient addiction treatment centers in Houston are experiencing staffing shortages and other problems due to the omicron variant. The Cheyenne Center added plexiglass barriers to protect patients and counselors and until recently could not allow anyone from outside the …

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Deans highlight the power of collaborations to impact the health of Ohioans

Three of Ohio University’s colleges have a significant impact on the state’s healthcare system. By working together and with a variety of external partners, they show how powerful such collaborations can be. The Deans of the Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine, the College of Health Sciences and Professions, and the …

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‘She did her best’: Husband of woman who was allegedly found dismembered in 9th Ward speaks

By Shay O’Connor Click here for updates on this story NEW ORLEANS (WDSU) — Micah Dardar was emotional Wednesday thinking about his wife, Julia, and how he thinks she would want to be remembered. “She would like to be remembered as a good mother. She did her best. We had …

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Tumalo resident Michael Sipe files for GOP nomination for District 53 seat at open house

TUMALO, Ore. (KTVZ) – Longtime Tumalo resident Michael Sipe, small business owner, community leader and military veteran, announced on Tuesday that he had filed documents with the Oregon Secretary of State for his nomination for the Republican nomination for Oregon House District 53, which now includes southwestern Redmond, Sisters, Tumalo, …

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Zendaya Says New Euphoria Season Could Be ‘Triggering’ And ‘Hard To Watch’ For Some People | Ents & Arts News

[ad_1] Actress Zendaya has warned fans that the new hit show series Euphoria contains themes that may be “triggering” and “difficult to watch” for some viewers. The hard-hitting drama centers on a group of adult teenagers in the United States, showing how they deal with topics such as their mental …

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New York plans to install “vending machines” with anti-overdose drugs

[ad_1] New York City health officials announced a plan to set up 10 “public health vending machines” that would dispense sterile syringes, anti-overdose medication and other “harm reduction” supplies to help neighborhoods hard hit by drug overdoses. Vending machines, which are planned in neighborhoods across the five arrondissements, will also …

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Telehealth May Reduce Barriers to Buprenorphine Treatment for Opioid Use Disorders

[ad_1] The drugs approved by the FDA, which include buprenorphine, are considered the gold standard for the treatment of opioid use disorders (OUD). Yet only 1 in 9 people with OUD receive these drugs, which are highly regulated by the federal government. After the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, the …

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Researcher explores the use of cannabinoids to treat obesity

[ad_1] Although cannabis is often associated with “food cravings” in popular culture, a University of Toronto researcher Justin matheson wonders if cannabinoids – compounds naturally found in plants – can actually be used to treat obesity. “At first glance, the research seems a little paradoxical,” says Matheson, who received a …

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

[ad_1] 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 …

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Sober nights offer a safe alternative for people in drug rehab

[ad_1] 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 …

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

[ad_1] 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 …

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Boston Public Radio full show: December 28, 2021

[ad_1] Today the Boston Public Radio we’re on tape, bringing you some of our favorite conversations from the past few months. Sebastien junger spoke about his latest book, “Freedom”, which examines the meaning of freedom in its many iterations. Junger is a journalist, author and filmmaker. Sy Montgomery back for …

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Twins celebrate their first sober Christmas in 15 years and work to help others

[ad_1] HUNTINGTON, West Virginia (WSAZ) – Samantha and Jeffery Parker share the same birthday and more than a decade of drug addiction. This Christmas, the two are finally recovering and are celebrating the sober vacation for the first time together since the age of 14. “I have been taunted more …

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FIR against Majithia is not about chitta or drug addiction in Punjab

[ad_1] “The Punjab government is committed to completely eradicating the drug threat. Severe action is taken against drug trafficking. This was claimed in an advertisement from the Punjab government with a photo of CM Charanjit Singh Channi a day after senior SAD official Bikram Singh Majithia was sentenced under NDPS …

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Navigate to new horizons with career assistance

[ad_1] For two decades, drug addiction has plagued John Michael Johnson’s life. “I was not a real member of society at all,” he said. Before Mr Johnson began rehab he said: “I was killing myself slowly.” In 2019, he got sober, got a driver’s license, and moved into a new …

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Jennifer Garner isn’t responsible for Ben Affleck’s addiction, but we can learn from her comments, expert says

[ad_1] Marital problems and addiction have a chicken and egg relationship, said psychologist John F. Kelly, professor of psychiatry at Harvard Medical School and director of the Massachusetts General Hospital Recovery Research Institute. The takeaway from Affleck and Jennifer Garner’s story shouldn’t be to blame, Kelly said, but rather the …

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One grain of fentanyl can kill and it doesn’t just kill drug addicts

[ad_1] GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. (FOX) – The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says 100,000 Americans died of drug overdoses last year, more than ever before. At the heart of the epidemic is the growing threat of Fentanyl. “She had a really bright light, she had a really big smile …

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Wausau man sentenced to 12 years for trafficking methamphetamine | USAO-WDWI

[ad_1] MADISON, SWITZERLAND. – Timothy M. O’Shea, Acting United States Attorney for the Western District of Wisconsin, announced that Jacob A. Willox, 28, Wausau, Wisconsin, was sentenced today by United States District Judge William M. Conley to 12 years in federal prison for distributing 50 grams or more of methamphetamine …

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Delhi HC rejects drug supplier bond

[ad_1] The judge said that “the threat has taken on alarming proportions which are having a deadly impact on society” The Delhi High Court has rejected the bail request of a man who allegedly supplied drugs to peddlers, noting that “the threat has grown to alarming proportions which are having …

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On opioids, why are lawyers doing the job of lawmakers?

[ad_1] At this point in the litigation, it is unclear whether national courts will ultimately agree to broaden the definition of public nuisance to include opioid addiction, or whether they will refuse, allowing companies to opt out. There is a good chance that the matter will be decided by the …

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TEAM | The cycle of drug addiction and homelessness: how to do it better

[ad_1] AUGUSTA, Ga (WRDW / WAGT) – It’s the season of joy and joy, but for dozens of local families this Christmas is overwhelmed with grief and loss. I-TEAM found 61 people have died of overdoses in Richmond County this year, a 71% jump since stay-at-home orders took effect. Addiction …

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Overdose and addiction in the homeless community of the Grand Valley

[ad_1] GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. (KKCO) – The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released statistics in November that showed a more than 28% nationwide increase in drug overdose deaths during the pandemic. According to Homeward Bound of the Grand Valley, a shelter serving the area’s homeless community, those with limited …

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Duke Energy Provides $ 255,000 to Address Addiction and Mental Health Needs in Indiana Communities | Duke Energy

[ad_1] GrAnts will fund mental health and addiction services supporting Hoosiers in Bartholomew, Dearborn, Decatur, Franklin, Hamilton, Hancock, Howard, Jackson, Jefferson, Jennings, Johnson, Lawrence, Monroe, Ohio, Ripley, Switzerland, Tippecanoe counties and Wabash. PLAINFIELD, Ind. – The Duke Energy Foundation today awarded nine grants totaling $ 255,000 to programs that help …

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Supervised injection sites have reversed 9 overdoses since opening in New York City, says Mayor Bill de Blasio

[ad_1] NEW YORK CITY (WABC) – It has been less than a week since New York City opened its first supervised injection sites, and the mayor says many lives have already been saved. Mayor Bill de Blasio said overdose prevention centers had already reversed 9 overdoses in just a few …

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Thefts, still a problem for retailers, are getting more brazen

[ad_1] Pawn shops, for example, are regulated in almost every state, said Richard Rossman, sergeant in the Broward County Sheriff’s Office in Florida, who is also part of the Coalition of Law Enforcement and Retail. “If you are going to sell an item to a pawnshop, the seller must guarantee …

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“I wish that one day there were no drugs here”

[ad_1] We were poor and I had a friend – well, she passed away – but we were good friends, and she was already doing business. And a light bulb went on, ‘Oh, wow. She earns money. So I started to sell. And it’s gone from there, man. The heroine, …

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Opioid crisis: one of the victims of the worst drug-related death year in the United States

[ad_1] Her life mirrored that of many people trapped by drug addiction – in and out of rehab; prison time; distressed and upset family and friends. Of course, for his mother, he was always special. When she wants to feel close to him again, Karen Butcher wraps herself in a …

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Overdose deaths caused by fentanyl mixed with other drugs

[ad_1] The surge in drug overdose deaths this year and last has sparked concern among many researchers, doctors and health officials about drug abuse and addiction, as well as a growing trend among overdose victims which seems to indicate a new and different wave of the opioid epidemic. While the …

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Jakucho Setouchi, 99, dies; Buddhist priest wrote about sex and love

[ad_1] Ms. Setouchi studied Japanese literature at the Tokyo Women’s Christian University and married Yasushi Sakai, who was nine years her senior, in 1943 during World War II. She accompanied him when the Japanese Foreign Ministry sent her to Beijing, and there she gave birth to her daughter, Michiko, in …

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Local teen makes a difference by sharing his story to help others affected by drug addiction

[ad_1] A local high school student hopes to help others by sharing his mother’s struggle with drug addiction. “Levi has found his cure,” Paige Barringer said. She’s Levi Smith’s mother and she’s struggled with drug addiction all her life. “I lost my job, my marriage, my family – everything – …

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Cuban Says Soccer Star Maradona Raped Her As A Teenager, “Stole My Childhood”

[ad_1] BUENOS AIRES, Nov.22 (Reuters) – Mavys Alvarez, a Cuban who had a relationship with football star Diego Maradona two decades ago, told a press conference on Monday that the Argentine player raped her when she was a teenager and “stole her childhood.” Alvarez, now 37, testified last week in …

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Moose Jaw Addiction Awareness Week aims to break the stigma around drug use

[ad_1] A group of community organizations in Moose Jaw are hosting a week of events aimed at improving understanding of substance use disorders. “We really want people to know that being stigmatized and treating people differently because they have an addiction disorder can prevent them from seeking help,” said Mary …

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My addiction to sparkling water is getting out of hand

[ad_1] Every few months I return, like a dog to his patient, to the websites that peddle The Tap. New to The Tap? So please imagine a world where your favorite drink is at your fingertips. If your favorite drink is water then you are living the fantasy every day …

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Reunited: A Family History of Adoption, Addiction, and Discovery Makes Thanksgiving Meaning | Books

[ad_1] I was born a child to Sellers Home for Unwed Mothers, the longtime Baptist adoption agency on Peniston Street in New Orleans. When I was 2 months old, I was adopted by a teacher Ole Miss and his wife. They had met at the First Baptist Church in Baton …

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Addiction recovery group welcomes waste pickers on stage for theatrical production in Cleveland

[ad_1] CLEVELAND, Ohio (WOIO) – A Northeast Ohio addiction center is once again inviting its members to participate in a Playhouse Square show as they continue their recovery. “Most of the people in the room haven’t been in a room before Ed Gemerchak, executive director of the Y-Haven YMCA of …

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Eastern Kentucky Drug Rehab Helps Addicting Veterans

[ad_1] CATLETTSBURG, Ky. – 18 years ago Matt Bailey decided college wasn’t for him, so he enlisted in the United States Army. What would you like to know Addiction Recovery Care is a rehabilitation center in central and eastern Kentucky CRA Helps Veterans With No-Cost Drug Treatment Programs Matt Bailey …

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20-50-100 years ago – November 2 | New

[ad_1] The people of Frédéric who have not yet purchased their charcoal for the winter are warned to do so immediately. There will be a coal shortage in January and February, according to one of the local dealers. The shortage of anthracite coal is expected to be particularly rare. The …

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Kelly Osbourne returns to rehab

[ad_1] Kelly Osbourne signed up for rehab again This week, TV personality Kelly Osbourne visited a drug and alcohol treatment center in Austin, Texas. A source close to the 36-year-old was quoted as saying her mother’s controversial exit from The speech and his father’s Parkinson’s disease diagnosis both had a …

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CBD linked to regression of lung cancer

[ad_1] Share on PinterestCase study links use of CBD oil to regression of lung cancer. VISUAL SPECTRUM / Stocksy A case study links the daily use of cannabidiol (CBD) oil to regression of lung cancer in an 80-year-old woman who refused conventional treatment. Researchers cannot definitively confirm that CBD oil …

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Kane County Substance Abuse Treatment Initiative

[ad_1] Over two years ago, Kane County Sheriff Ron Hain announced an innovative idea to help people in the community struggling with drug addiction. The plan calls for leasing 25,000 square feet of space in the sheriff’s compound to a drug treatment provider. The private entity would then transform two …

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“Both intolerable and addictive”: five well-being courses and applications tested on the road | Health & well-being

[ad_1] AAustralians are the world’s largest consumers of health and wellness apps, far exceeding our weight per capita in our quest for optimal physical and mental condition, according to a study by telecommunications company Uswitch. Over the past few years, we’ve created them too – with everyone from fitness influencers …

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Can Acupuncture Help Recovery From Addiction? – Cleveland Clinic

[ad_1] Drug addiction and trauma are very difficult and complex things to deal with. Fortunately, neither has to struggle alone. In addition to treatment solutions that take into account a person’s individual needs, there are additional therapies that can help promote healing and recovery. The National Acupuncture Detoxification Association (NADA) …

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People still use opioids 3 months after surgery

[ad_1] Share on PinterestExperts say healthcare professionals should be aware of a person’s risk of opioid addiction before having surgery. blackCAT / Getty Images Researchers say that about 20 percent of people continue to use opioids 3 months after surgery. Experts say pain relievers are usually not needed more than …

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6 overdose deaths in 3 days

[ad_1] TOLEDO, Ohio (WTVG) – Since October 1, there have been an alarming number of overdoses in Toledo. Three overdoses were reported on October 1, one on October 2 and two more on October 3. “Overdose deaths continue to increase. From 2019 to 2020, we know we are seeing an …

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Pharmacies face first lawsuit for role in opioid crisis

[ad_1] CLEVELAND – So many prescription pain relievers were distributed in Lake County, Ohio, between 2012 and 2016, that the amount was equivalent to 265 tablets for each resident. Just south, the flood of prescription opioids over the same period amounted to 400 pills for every inhabitant of Trumbull County. …

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QA: Federal Way City Council Job 2 Candidates

[ad_1] The Federal Way Mirror asked Federal Way city council candidates a few questions about their priorities and plans if elected. Read the candidates’ responses for Position 2 below. The Mirror’s 2021 nominee debate will take place from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Wednesday, October 13 at Twin Lakes …

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