David Y.Ige | DOH Press Release: Launch of 988 will expand access to mental health and addictions crisis services

DOH Press Release: Launch of 988 will expand access to mental health and addictions crisis services Published on Jul 14, 2022 in Latest news from the department, Press room HONOLULU — On Saturday, July 16, Hawaiʻi will adopt the 988 national dialing code for direct access to mental health and …

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Latest Armie Hammer Saga Report Implicates Robert Downey Jr. Helping Him Detox

After many women come forward for being abused by Armie Hammer (yes, including those viral cannibalism texts), the call me by your name actor verified at a processing center in Orlando, Florida and I spent months there before leaving and returning home in the Cayman Islands. Amid recent reports that …

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Campus mental health bills pass the House

The demand for mental health services by students and faculty members has increased enormously since the start of the pandemic. Two bipartisan bills recently passed in the House of Representatives aim to address this growing crisis by helping colleges create evidence-based policies and procedures to address mental health and addictions …

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Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease linked to higher risk of dementia

Swedish researchers have found that people with non-alcoholic fatty liver disease have an increased risk of dementia. For people with this form of liver disease who also have heart disease or have suffered a stroke, their risk of developing dementia is even higher. The results were published in the journal …

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Owner Of Dog Who Bit Vet Seeks Rehab For Impounded Dog Chopper

A lawyer who acted on behalf of the owners of a Rottweiler dog who attacked a vet says Tauranga City Council could be held liable for costs, including any rehabilitation needed after the dog spent eight months in the pound – a treatment that could amount to thousands of dollars. …

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Letter from the Douglas County Board of Commissioners and County Sheriff to Aurora Mayor Mike Coffman

The Douglas County Board of Commissioners and Douglas County Sheriff Tony Spurlock sent a letter to Aurora Mayor Mike Coffman to ensure he understood Douglas County’s approach to management of individuals released from Douglas County Jail who do not have transportation. Here is an excerpt from the letter attached below: …

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Capito and Manchin announce $399,000 for medical research projects at Marshall University, West Virginia University

WASHINGTON DC – U.S. Senators Shelley Moore Capito (RW.Va.) and Joe Manchin (DW.Va.), members of the Senate Appropriations Committee, today announced $399,650 from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) for substance use research at Marshall University Research and cancer treatment research at West Virginia University (WVU). “West …

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The Orioles plan for Bradish to make several starts in rehab; Harvey pitches for Norfolk; Hyde talks about trade

To share Tweeter To share To share E-mail BALTIMORE—Oriole starting pitcher Kyle Bradish, who is on the 15-day injured list with right shoulder inflammation, will make a rehabilitation debut for Double-A Bowie in Somerset on Saturday night. This is Bradish’s first start since June 19eand it won’t be his last …

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It’s time Bollywood stopped showing alcoholism as romance and rebellion

I20 years have passed since the alcoholic bath Devdas was released on July 12, 2002. The plot of this iconic Bollywood film was based on a book of the same name by great Bengali author Sarat Chandra Chattopadhyay. The tragic love story of Dev and Paro, played by beloved Shah …

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Houston Astros’ Parker Mushinski to pitch second rehab game for Sugar Land Space Cowboys

Danielle Lener, Personal editor July 9, 2022 Karen Warren/staff photographer OAKLAND, Calif. — Astros reliever Parker Mushinski, one of three injured left-handed pitchers on Houston’s 40-man roster, is set to pitch a second game of rehabilitation for Class AAA Sugar Land on Saturday night. Mushinski, on the disabled list since …

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Upcoming 988 Suicide Prevention Hotline Plans Pilot Program Specifically for LGBTQ Community

The hope is that such a program could become a permanent subnet, similar to the one that already exists for veterans, and add a more specialized hotline for a community considered to be at higher risk of suicide and self-harm. The lifeline, which can currently be reached by dialing 1-800-273-8255, …

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Secret tricks to beat phone addiction shouldn’t be secret

Comment this story Comment Earlier this week, my iPhone got a makeover. He turned gray. Instead of vivid colors popping off the screen, my apps and photos looked like faded newspaper prints. It was intentional on my part. I wanted to see if setting my phone to grayscale would make …

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Psychiatrist sentenced to 54 months for fraud in drug treatment

Psychiatrist Jose Santeiro, MD, of Miami Lakes, Fla., was sentenced to 54 months in prison for engaging in a scheme to fraudulently charge approximately $112 million for addiction services that were never provided or that were not medically unnecessary, the US Department of Justice (DOJ) announced. Santeiro was medical director …

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Twins’ Miguel Sańo begins rehab two months after surgery |

CHICAGO — Miguel Sańo began a rehab assignment earlier this week in Florida, putting the first baseman on track to return later this month, provided he has no setbacks. Sańo underwent surgery to repair a torn meniscus about two months ago in early May. “He’s going to have a lot …

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SSE appoints Coca-Cola as non-alcoholic beverage partner

SAN JOSE, CA. – Sharks Sports & Entertainment (SSE) today announced a new strategic partnership with Reyes Coca-Cola Bottling (RCCB), naming them the Official Non-Alcoholic Beverage Partner of the San Jose Sharks (@SanJoseSharks) and San Jose Barracuda (@sjbarracuda). The partnership began on July 1. With this new partnership, Coca-Cola’s diverse …

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First Lady Casey DeSantis announces statewide public health advisory following news conference and agency roundtable in Gadsden County

QUINCY, Florida – Today, First Lady Casey DeSantis joined Surgeon General Dr. Joseph Ladapo, Secretary of the Department of Children and Families (DCF) Shevaun Harris, Acting Commissioner of the Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE ) Mark Glass and Gadsden County Sheriff Morris Young to discuss the recent increase. in …

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Prenatal chemical exposure associated with increased liver disease in children

The increasing incidence of potentially carcinogenic liver disease in children is associated with prenatal exposure to several endocrine-disrupting chemicals, Mount Sinai Scholars Report. This is the first comprehensive study of the association between prenatal exposure to mixtures of these chemicals and non-alcoholic fatty liver disease. The researchers used cytokeratin-18 as …

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South Africa’s president speaks at the funeral of 21 teenagers

Cape Town, South Africa – South African President Cyril Ramaphosa delivered a eulogy on Wednesday for 21 teenagers who died in a bar last month under mysterious circumstances. Investigators said the teens were likely poisoned by something they ingested, while some reports indicated a gas leak may be responsible. Colorful …

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Eloy Jiménez MLB rehabilitation with Charlotte Knights update

Chicago White Sox outfielder Eloy Jimenez, pictured here in 2019, is regaining his momentum during his rehab assignment with the Charlotte Knights. Chris Sweda TNS Eloy Jiménez may be on the verge of regaining his swing and ending his slump. After a long injury layoff, Jimenez struggled against the Worcester …

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Capito and Manchin announce $1.9 million to fight the drug epidemic and support health centers in West Virginia

CHARLESTON, W. Va. – Today, U.S. Senators Shelley Moore Capito (RW.Va.) and Joe Manchin (DW.Va.), members of the Senate Appropriations Committee, announced $1,915,817 from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Resources. Human Services (HHS) to combat the drug epidemic and support a network of health centers in West Virginia. …

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Psychedelics could be a real cure for alcoholism

According to substance use study, alcohol use disorders account for the majority of substance use disorder cases in the United States, with 14.5 million or 5.3% of Americans age 12 or older meeting the criteria for diagnosed with an alcohol use disorder in 2017 (AUD). It is an important medical …

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Danny Jansen Yimi Garcia Toronto Blue Jays Rehab Buffalo Bisons

Danny Janssen and Yimi Garcia are one step closer to a return to the Toronto Blue Jays roster. The duo was activated for the Triple-A affiliate Buffalo Bisons’ home game Monday night with the Syracuse SkyChiefs on rehab assignment. 🚨ROSTER MOVES: Today C Danny Janssen and HPR Yimi Garcia …

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COVID-19 has left children in India anxious, facing more violence, with child labor rising – study

One in four children across the country had trouble sleeping due to the stress of the pandemic More children have ended up in child labor during the pandemic A quarter of parents said they scold or punish their children more NEW DELHI, 5 July 2022: Children across India have had …

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START: Trout’s Strikeout Slump, DeGrom’s Rehab Start | Sports News

A preview of what’s happening around the majors on Sunday: Angels star Mike Trout has hit seven straight at bats during a tough streak in Houston. political cartoons Trout was 0-for-4 Saturday after going 0-for-3 Friday night against the Astros, stoking every time. “I just lose my posture up there,” …

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Tennessee Recovery Court graduates celebrate their achievements | Virginia News

By KEN LITTLE, The Greeneville Sun GREENEVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Three grateful Greene County Rehabilitation Court graduates walked into the sunshine Thursday in Hardin Park. More than 70 other Recovery Court attendees, friends, family and members of the Recovery Court team joined them to mark the occasion. “There are so …

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Suicide hotline ‘won’t work well’ without state help, HHS says

Rolling out the Biden administration’s national suicide hotline will require state governments to play an important role to succeed, health and human services secretary says Xavier Becerra said Friday. July 16 is the date the US National Suicide Prevention Hotline will begin its move to its new 988 number. The …

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You always had a home in me – Chicago Tribune

Long before my father died just over a year ago, I had already lost him – to time, to distance, to alcohol. He lived on the streets of the same town as me, but I couldn’t see him and I could count the times I squeezed him on one finger. …

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Vermont voters overwhelmingly support drug decriminalization across all parties, new poll finds

According to a new poll, Vermont voters overwhelmingly support the decriminalization of currently illegal drugs and the treatment of drug addiction as a public health issue. The survey released Thursday by Data for Progress and the Drug Policy Alliance (DPA) found broad bipartisan support for the basic principle of decriminalization, …

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Chris Sale didn’t want to ‘ruin’ Portland rehab start with vaccine talk

Red Sox “Tomorrow will come. We’ll figure out this s— then, man.” Chris Sale of the Boston Red Sox pitches for the Portland Sea Dogs. Shawn Patrick Ouellette/Portland Press Herald via AP Red Sox ace Chris Sale wouldn’t talk about the COVID vaccine on Thursday, after unvaccinated players were a …

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Acting Deputy Assistant Director’s Remarks Announcing the Formation of the New England Prescription Opioid Strike Force – FBI

Notes prepared for delivery. Hello. My name is Aaron Tapp, and I’m the Acting Deputy Deputy Director of the FBI’s Criminal Investigations Division. I am honored to be here this morning to join our partners at the Department of Justice, Department of Health and Human Services – Office of Inspector …

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Are Alcoholic Beverages Withstanding Recession and Inflation?

Assortment of strong alcoholic drinks and spirits in glasses at the bar counter Getty Growing concerns about the threat of an impending recession have led to questions about whether beer and spirits consumption will be resilient in the event of an economic downturn. Moreover, do these companies have pricing power …

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Kuldeep Yadav begins rehab at NCA following injury

Indian spinner Kuldeep Yadav has started rehabilitation at the National Cricket Academy (NCA) following a hand injury that ruled him out of the South African series. Kuldeep and striker KL Rahul were ruled out of the five-game T20I series against South Africa at home earlier this month. On Monday, the …

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As Opioid Trial Ends, Judge Jokes About ‘Generous’ Timelines

By Bonnie Eslinger (June 27, 2022, 10:23 p.m. EDT) — A San Francisco federal judge who has imposed strict deadlines on a bench trial in a multidistrict opioid litigation noted Monday that both sides concluded their cases in the 45 hours allocated to them. , prompting him to wonder to …

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Mark Appel reaches MLB 9 years after first pick

Mark Appel, drafted No. 1 by the Astros in 2013, won his first MLB call Saturday with the Phillies. Why is this important: Appel, 30, was one of only three The No. 1 in MLB history chooses to sign with his team but never makes it to the big leagues. …

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Jackass Star Bam Margera Missing From Florida Rehab Center

Earlier this year, Fooled forever hit theaters and saw the return of nearly every star from the series and the first three films. Sadly, Bam Margera was fired from the production after allegedly breaking a ‘welfare agreement’. Margera then filed a lawsuit against the production company and several of her …

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Drug addiction more dangerous than COVID, says NTR district collector

Educational institutions should use psychologists to counsel students: Dilli Rao Educational institutions should use psychologists to counsel students: Dilli Rao Drug addiction among young people has become one of the biggest threats to society and it is more dangerous than the novel coronavirus, NTR District Collector S. Dilli Rao said. …

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Barbara Bach: Bond girl beat alcoholism with Ringo Starr – “We used to be bothered”

As well as being famous for playing Anya Amasova in Tonight’s Bond movie, she’s also known for her rocky marriage to Beatles drummer Ringo Starr – who she’s been in a relationship with since 1981. In the foreword of a 1992 book by Derek Taylor—the band’s publicist—called Getting Sober, Starr …

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NFL skipping supplemental draft for third straight year; here are the top 5 picks from the extra era

The NFL will forego holding an additional draft again, as the league has informed teams they won’t have one this summer (per NFL Network). In the supplemental draft, any team that made a bid on a player would have to forfeit their draft pick in that round the following season …

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Kawhi Leonard Reportedly ‘Locked Up’ During Rehab

In most cases, star players trying to recover from injury are forced to do so in the public eye. Kevin Durant’s recovery was well-reported in 2019 after suffering a torn Achilles. Derrick Rose’s ACL rehab several years ago also came into the spotlight. In the case of Kawhi Leonard, her …

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AEW’s Jon Moxley Opens Up About Alcoholism: ‘I Was In Living Hell’ | Launderer’s report

Frank Jansky/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images Ahead of his match against New Japan Pro-Wrestling legend Hiroshi Tanahashi for the Interim AEW World Championship at Forbidden Door on Sunday, AEW star Jon Moxley opened up about his alcohol addiction and his recovery in progress. In an interview with ESPN Marc Raimondi …

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A Tamagotchi-like accessory could help keep screen addicts away from their phones

A new Tamagotchi-like device that encourages screen addicts not to use their phones has been designed by a Brunel Design School student. Don’t Kill Murph encourages users to keep their phone in their pockets by rewarding good screen habits with treats and items for their virtual pet, Murph. If the …

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Mycobacterium abscessus pneumonia in severe alcoholism

In the USA, Mycobacterial tuberculosis the infection is not common and the infection rate has decreased significantly (incidence of 2.4 cases per 100,000 people in 2021 compared to 12.2 in 1980 according to the CDC website). The incidence of nontuberculous mycobacterial infections (NTMs) is increasing rapidly. A relatively recent study …

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Instagram’s age verification stops teens from impersonating adults

Placeholder while loading article actions Instagram may ask you to prove your age, but only in certain circumstances. The photo and video sharing platform announced from Thursday that it would start testing new age verification tools if accounts listed as under 18 tried to change their age to over 18. …

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NDMC to spend Rs 5.6 crore on sewer rehabilitation – The New Indian Express

By Express press service NEW DELHI: The New Delhi City Council (NDMC) on Wednesday sanctioned 5.57 crores for the rehabilitation of the old sewer line from Telegraph Lane to Kasturba Gandhi Marg via Madhav Rao Scindia Marg, officials said . The proposal was approved at the civic body’s council meeting …

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New survey aims to track addiction recovery resources in Indiana

Indiana Family and Social Services Administration’s Mental Health and Addiction Division plans to use new survey data to make future decisions about how and where to fund resources for addiction recovery. FSSA State leaders hope Hoosiers will participate in a survey to measure people’s well-being and gauge the overall availability …

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New blood biomarker identified for the status of

A MedUni Vienna study team has identified the role of a specific subtype of macrophages (white blood cells) in progressive non-alcoholic fatty liver disease. As part of the immune system, these cells have a protective function against liver fibrosis and cirrhosis. At the same time, they are useful as biomarkers …

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Jackie Nitschke Center: Don’t Let Summer Get You Addicted

(Green Bay, Wis.) — As the weather warms up, summer activities are in full swing. This means barbecues, picnics, outdoor recreation and get-togethers with family and friends. For some people, especially in Wisconsin, these activities often include alcohol. This summer, be sure to take steps to protect your own health …

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Stroke rehab tool tracks arm movement with 77% accuracy –

A new stroke rehabilitation computer program uses sensors to recognize and count arm movements with 77% accuracy, according to its creators. Once refined and tested further, they plan to offer the program for free to rehab experts. The tool, called PrimSeq, was developed by New York University and uses sensors …

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$3 billion to fight fentanyl-driven opioid epidemic

Two years ago, Alicia Busha’s outlook on life was bleak. “I hope it’s not dead,” she remembers thinking. But now she knows firsthand what it’s like to struggle through the depths of addiction. “They really help you, if you really want to,” she said. What do you want to know …

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Kerrville’s morning radio host makes the transition in a very public way

For a transgender person, their journey is usually complicated. Transitioning is a huge step, and it’s even more daunting in a small town, when you’re a local celebrity. Meet Mikaela Taylor. Taylor is the host of the “Morning Mayhem Show” on 99.1 Mike FM in Kerrville, Texas. Every weekday morning, …

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Songwriter Paul Williams lost a decade to alcoholism

Singer and songwriter Paul Williams says he “lost” the 80s due to his alcoholism at the time. “I drank, I used, like most people do for about seven minutes, and then by the time I got sober, I had lost a decade,” he exclusively told Page. Six at the Songwriters …

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REHAB urges government to allow investment of undisclosed money in real estate sector

FE REPORT | Published: June 19, 2022 12:28:58 | Updated: Jun 19, 2022 6:47:16 p.m. Estate agents have urged the government to continue allowing undisclosed money to be invested in real estate to help the sector thrive unhindered. They observed that the proposed national budget for the financial year 2022-23 …

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Gallstone disease, benefits of owning a dog, alcoholic hepatitis

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Indiana Recovery Organizations Discuss Best Practices at Inaugural Summit

Tom Coderre, Acting Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration Branch of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, speaks at the Indiana Recovery Community Summit 2022. Mitch Legan, WTIU/WFIU News Statewide and national addiction recovery advocates gathered in Noblesville on Friday to discuss …

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Matthew Boyd’s rehab was cut short by tension; The Giants will soon recover Cobb and DeSclafani

PITTSBURGH – As the San Francisco Giants are on the verge of recovering two starting pitchers, their depth of rotation has received bad news: left-hander Matthew Boyd was diagnosed with flexor tendon strain after leaving his pitching session on Tuesday early. Boyd, who is returning from Tommy John surgery, will …

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EU prepares to extend drug agency mandate as illicit drug production rises – EURACTIV.com

The EU Drugs Monitor faces an expanded mandate as the EU has become a major producer of illicit drugs for national and global use, with links between European and international criminal groups growing stronger. Europe is changing from a predominantly drug-consuming market to a drug-producing market, according to the latest …

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Nonprofit Encourages Pets While Owners Receive Drug Treatment

Scott Bailey, who has been recovering from meth and heroin for six months, has two cats who are cared for by PAWSitive Recovery while he lives soberly. “I’ve been here for about a month and a half. Before that, I was in hotels,” Bailey told Rocky Mountain PBS. “This [PAWSitive …

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Dolphins’ Raheem Mostert says knee is close to 100%

Miami Dolphins veteran running back Raheem Mostert provided a positive update on his offseason knee rehabilitation Wednesday morning. “Rehabilitation is going well! Almost 100%”, Mostert tweeted. Mostert, 30, the speedster who signed with the Dolphins in free agency in March, did not participate in offseason practices at organized team activities …

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New SF supervisor pushes for police crackdown in ‘drug enforcement priority areas’

San Francisco’s newest supervisor pushes plan for police to prioritize apprehending drug dealers and confiscating illegal drugs from users in areas where people seek help with drug addiction . The plan is part of a larger ‘right to recovery’ initiative that supervisor Matt Dorsey is drafting as he tries to …

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Hunter Biden’s ex-wife Kathleen Buhle details years of alcoholism, drug addiction and infidelity in new memoir If We Break

In his new memoirs If we break, Kathleen Bühle doesn’t shy away from the ugly side of his 24-year marriage to Biden hunter and the ramifications it had on his own mental health and that of their three daughters, Noemie, finneganand Maisy. In the book, Buhle shares that she started …

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Kentucky breaks fatal overdose record; Fentanyl blamed | Kentucky News

By BRUCE SCHREINER, Associated Press FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) — Fatal drug overdoses rose nearly 15% in Kentucky last year, topping 2,000 deaths as increased use of fentanyl — a powerful synthetic opioid — led to a record number of deaths in the state, according to a report released Monday. The …

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Mojave Trail Rehabilitates |

MOJAVE — Mojave Air and Spaceport has received a $4.3 million grant from the Federal Aviation Administration that will be used to help fund its main runway rehabilitation project. Parts of the main runway, designated 12-30, are decades old and there has been no significant rehabilitation in more than 20 …

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Simon Pegg: Rehab saved my life | Entertainment

Simon Pegg thinks rehab saved his life. The 52-year-old actor became an alcoholic after writing about his difficult childhood in his 2009 memoir ‘Nerd Do Well’ and Simon now believes his time at Priory Hospital actually saved him from death. The movie star – who became addicted to the ‘numb …

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Appointments, Honors and Activities – Purdue University News

Appointments and promotions: – Purdue University’s Regenstrief Center for Healthcare Engineering (RCHE) and the university’s Office of Health Equity Initiatives have announced Holly Wood as Senior Director of Health Equity Initiatives, effective immediately. Previously a subject matter expert in several areas of public health at the Indiana Department of Health …

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India exported alcoholic products worth $322.12 million in 2020-2021

India exported 2.47 lakh metric tons of alcoholic products, worth $322.12 million (about Rs 2,507 crore), in 2020-2021, the Ministry of Commerce said on Friday. The main export destinations for Indian alcoholic products are the United Arab Emirates, Ghana, Singapore, Congo and Cameroon. He said the demand …

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Digging Deep: Teenage Alcoholism and Its Effects on the Adult Brain

A recent study linked adolescent alcoholism to brain disorders later in adult life. Bohnsack et al. (2022), reporting in Science this month, claim that heavy drinking in adolescence impacts the amygdala, which is part of the brain’s temporal lobe involved in managing memory and emotions . By conducting experiments on …

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Crisis-hit Negril Swamp Rehabilitation ‘Not Dead’ Says NEPA | Main stories

Following criticism of last week’s fire at Negril Great Morass, the National Environment and Planning Agency (NEPA) has revealed that cost and staffing issues have stalled the rehydration project. ecologically sensitive wetlands. the gleaner had released on Monday that the Integrated Water, Land and Ecosystem Management in Small Island Developing …

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Drug overdose deaths are on the rise; fentanyl responsible for 75%

HARRISONBURG, Va. (WHSV) — Drug overdose deaths spiked in Virginia in 2016, and that’s when fentanyl came into play, according to data from the Virginia Department of Health. Deaths rose again in 2020 when lockdowns began. Fentanyl is the main culprit in these deaths. The substance is used to treat …

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HHS Invests Nearly $15 Million in Rural Areas to Combat Stimulant Use

Photo: Grant Faint/Getty Images The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, through the Health Resources and Services Administration, is investing nearly $15 million in 29 organizations in rural communities to address the abuse of psychostimulants and overdose deaths that are associated with it. Psychostimulants include methamphetamine and other illegal …

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Rehabilitation: FG will partially close the Lagos-Ibadan highway

Motorists using the still busy Lagos-Ibadan highway are expected to experience slow vehicle traffic as the federal government steps up rehabilitation works. The Lagos State Government (LASG), which announced it yesterday, said there would be a diversion around mile zero to five near Lagos, lasting six months. APC presidential ticket: …

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As Canada takes a step toward decriminalizing hard drugs, here’s what it can learn from other countries

When British Columbia decriminalizes small amounts of certain illicit drugs next year, Canada will join a growing number of countries that have made progress toward removing penalties for drug use. But while many Canadian public health experts are calling on lawmakers to go further – and replace illicit black market …

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Burnout Threatens Healthcare Workers: HHS Study

(Photo: Shutterstock) The United States faces high levels of burnout among healthcare workers, which could lead to serious gaps in patient care, according to a new report from the US Surgeon General. Health care worker burnout was a serious problem even before the COVID-19 pandemic, but the stress caused by …

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Why Jodi Gordon checked herself into rehab.

She continued, “If you want to have an opinion because of the things I’ve done wrong, that’s fine. I’ve made mistakes, I’ve hurt relationships, and those are things I try. to fix. And do I feel shame and guilt about it? Absolutely. These are things that will take time, but …

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Forgiveness is the key to ending the ‘industrial complex of shame’

Although an old idea, few concepts have thrived and proliferated as well in the digital age as shame. A first cousin of pain, shame marks the ethical boundaries of civilization in a way that pain can delineate physical boundaries. Cathy O’Neill, author of the algorithm focused on Weapons of mathematical …

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New York Mets pitcher Tylor Megill to begin rehab

LOS ANGELES- The New York Mets should soon have a key part of their rotation back from the injured list. Right-handed starter Tylor Megill (tendonitis in his biceps) will begin a rehab assignment on Sunday for Double A Binghamton, manager Buck Showalter said ahead of Game 2 of the series …

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Provisional health committee meets on maternal and child care in the state.

The Wyoming Legislature Labor, Health and Human Services Committee met Wednesday morning to discuss maternal and child services, pregnancy and newborn outcomes in the state. The Wyoming Department of Health shared that it partnered with Utah to create the first maternal mortality review board. Between 2018 and 2020, there were …

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Oregon’s botched drug treatment plan tied to decriminalization

SALEM, Ore. (AP) — Efforts to secure millions of dollars in funding for treatment centers and related services as part of Oregon’s pioneering drug decriminalization have been botched even as drug addiction and overdoses are rising, state officials and lawmakers said Thursday. Oregonians passed Ballot Measure 110 in 2020 decriminalizing …

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Indian trade pacts must lower tariffs on alcoholic beverages: think tank

India cannot sign trade deals with major export markets without reducing tariffs on alcoholic beverages, according to a report by the Indian Council for Research on International Economic Relations (ICRIER) think tank. India, to access the market, must offer progressive tariff liberalization in high growth areas …

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Alumni discuss the national mental health crisis and failures of the insurance system during a panel in Reunion

Content Disclaimer: This article mentions drug abuse, drug-related deaths, eating disorders, and mental health crises. At a forum on mental health over a weekend in Reunion, former panelists whose work deals with mental health discussed the shortcomings of the current insurance system to deal with the crisis of mental health, …

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TV star Andrew O’Keefe shares his daily routine in rehab as he works to get his life back on track

Troubled TV star Andrew O’Keefe has shared his daily routine in rehab, which involves telling himself he’s a ‘good man’ in the mirror every morning. The former game show host then makes his little single bed and gets some exercise before sharing a hearty breakfast of chicken, broccoli and eggs …

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Nationals’ Ehire Adrianza: Rehab moves to Triple-A

Nationals’ Ehire Adrianza: Rehab moves to Triple-A – CBSSports.com website: fantasynews | arena: mlb | Page type: stories | section: | slug: nationals-ehire-adrianza-rehab-passes-triple-a | sport: baseball | route: article_single_fantasy | 6-keys: media/fantasynews/mlb/reg/free/stories By RotoWire Stick May 30, 2022 at 5:59 p.m. ET • 1 minute read Adrianza (quadriceps) had her …

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Suicide takes more military lives than combat. In women, this rate doubles.

Placeholder while loading article actions When she was growing up, Memorial Day meant a trip to the Wall of Honor in the center of Deana Martorella Orellana’s hometown, where the names of Charleroi, Pa. men who died on the battlefields of the world are carved into black granite. Her family …

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Mom who lost her son at Sandy Hook says the answer to this senseless violence is in our classrooms

Our collective hearts are broken with those of the parents of the victims at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas. We see the outrage in the media. Accusations flare up, followed by finger pointing and blame. While our politicians run amok like barnyard bullies, our children are being murdered in …

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Methamphetamine and Facial Sores: Causes, Treatment and More

Facial sores are a visible side effect of using methamphetamine, known as crystal meth or meth. They usually occur because methamphetamine causes a person to scratch and scratch their skin, but they can also result from the toxic effects of the drug. Sores can take weeks or months to heal …

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India’s soft drinks sector to hit 1.47 lakh crore by 2030: report

India’s soft drinks market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 8.7% to reach ₹1,47,233 crore by 2030, from around ₹67,100 crore in 2019, according to estimates by Economic Policy Think Tank, ICRY. The report, commissioned by the Indian Beverage Association, however highlighted challenges such as high GST taxation …

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psychedelic drugs have yet to prove their worth in clinical trials

Credit: Shutterstock Some clinical trial participants expect psychedelics to be a magic pill. “Participants think that once they take the drug, their problems will go away — but it doesn’t work that way,” says Albert Garcia-Romeu, PhD, assistant professor of psychiatry and behavioral sciences at the University. Johns Hopkins. Unrealistic …

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Man Who Lost His Legs Begins Rehab – NBC Boston

Will Ortega’s smile is contagious and almost never leaves his face. It’s hard to believe he’s only three weeks away from a horrific construction accident that cost him his legs. Ortega was working on the demolition of the old Edison power plant in South Boston when a mezzanine collapsed. He …

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Former drug addict finds new life with help from Webster County Drug Treatment Court

MARSHFIELD, Mo. (KY3) – Webster County Drug Treatment Court joins more than 4,000 treatment court programs nationwide in celebrating National Drug Court Month. The principle is simple. Rather than allowing people with years of addiction issues and criminal records to continue to navigate the court system and be sent back …

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Brewer Budweiser AB InBev “off track” on its goal of non-alcoholic and low-alcohol beer

Cans of Budweiser beer are displayed on a supermarket shelf in Shanghai, China February 24, 2022. REUTERS/Aly Song Join now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register DAVOS, Switzerland, May 25 (Reuters) – Brewer Budweiser AB InBev (ABI.BR) is “not on track” to meet its goal of making 20% ​​of …

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Shooting at a school in Texas: How do US gun laws work and why have attempts to restrict them failed? | American News

The fatal shooting of 19 children and two adults at a Texas elementary school has renewed calls for a crackdown on gun ownership in the United States and reform of the nation’s gun laws. the attack in the town of Uvalde is the deadliest school shooting in the United States …

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Stephen Strasburg returns with a start of rehabilitation

Placeholder while loading article actions In many ways, what happened Tuesday night here in Fredericksburg – at Virginia Credit Union Stadium rather than Nationals Park, in a Carolina Class A game at Carolina that focuses on development rather than a National League game that affects the pennant race – was …

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Portman Op-Ed for Columbus Dispatch: “OSU Death Example of the Terrifying Rise of Counterfeit Drugs. National action is needed.

May 24, 2022 | Portman difference In a new editorial for the Columbus Expedition, Senator Portman discusses the deadly opioid epidemic that continues to tear families apart across the country. Portman draws particular attention to the recent deaths of two students of Ohio State University who tragically overdosed on pills …

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Reversing pandemic-era trends in alcoholic liver disease requires empathetic, multidisciplinary care

During a state-of-the-art conference at Digestive Disease Week 2022, Jessica L. Mellinger, MD, MSc, discussed how the COVID-19 pandemic has led to increased rates of alcohol consumption and associated liver diseases, as well as what can be done at clinical, societal and policy levels to address these trends. During a …

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Anthem Awards $100,000 to Martin University to Expand Masters in Psychology Program – WISH-TV | Indianapolis News | Indiana Weather forecast

INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) – A university in Indianapolis has joined the ranks to help expand the workforce to fight mental health and addiction disorders. Martin University is modifying its master’s program in community psychology to do the job. Data shows that 59% of people struggling with addiction struggle with mental health …

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PHYSICAL THERAPY AND REHABILITATION SPECIALISTS OPEN OUTSIDE CLINIC IN SECOND BAY CITY, MICH.

At 160 E. Main St. BAY CITY, Mich., May 23, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Physical therapy and rehabilitation specialists today opened a second local outpatient clinic at 160 E. Main St. Bay City Uptown, as the new clinic is known, is open 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday to Friday. To …

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Education officials offer job opportunities to West Virginians released from prison

CHARLESTON, W. Va. – An effort to help more West Virginians enter the workforce after drug recovery or incarceration is underway. Jacob Green Statewide, there are more job openings than people applying. Meanwhile, West Virginia continues to see high numbers of people with drug addiction. Jacob Green, superintendent of diversion …

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Red Sox diary: Chris Sale continues rehab for return

Chris Sale threw a 15-pitch bullpen Thursday at Fort Myers as the Red Sox southpaw resumed his build for a comeback. Thursday’s bullpen is Sale’s first since late April, before he suffered a “personal medical issue” that forced him out of pitching for several weeks. He had already thrown a …

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Opioid Epidemic Response: Chicago Department of Health Announces New Hotline to Help People Struggling with Addiction

CHICAGO (WLS) — The opioid epidemic continues to plague the Chicago area and on Friday city leaders announced efforts to help those seeking help. The city’s top doctor, Allison Arwady, pointed to the staggering statistics. “For every 3 to 4 Chicagoans who die of COVID in that first year, another …

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Shaheen, Hassan and Pappas participate in a panel discussion on drug prevention and treatment efforts with ONDCP Director Gupta

May 20, 2022 **Shaheen, Hassan and Pappas attend the 30th Annual NH Fallen Law Enforcement Officers Memorial in Concord** Shaheen, Hassan, Pappas and ONDCP Director Dr Gupta take part in a panel discussion on substance use prevention and treatment efforts in Manchester (Manchester, NH) – Today, U.S. Senators Jeanne Shaheen …

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Non-alcoholic beer, wine and spirits are gaining popularity

Various studies over the past two years have shown that there was a global increase in alcohol consumption during the pandemic because many people were worried and stressed as they self-isolated due to COVID- 19. But now it looks like a new trend is emerging, as sales statistics show that …

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Drugs for alcohol addiction can thwart liver disease

According to a retrospective study, people taking medication for alcohol use disorder (AUD) were less likely to develop or experience progression of alcohol-related liver disease. Among more than 9,500 patients with AUD, a multivariate analysis showed that those in medical addiction treatment had a 63% lower chance of being diagnosed …

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Seats open at Salvation Army’s free drug rehab program in Reno

RENO, Nev. (KOLO) – The Salvation Army of Reno is working to help more men struggling with drug addiction by getting them free treatment. Like many in Washoe County, Michael M. spent years battling his addiction. “I was addicted to meth, alcohol, marijuana and all that stuff. That’s what I …

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How Addictive Internet Apps Harness Our Brain’s Reward Pathways

Can you become addicted to the Internet? This is the question addressed in a new review article published in Science by Professor Matthias Brand of the University of Duisburg-Essen. The latest revision of the World Health Organization’s global health compendium, the International Classification of Diseases (ICD), includes – for the …

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Yale researchers compare BACTrack Skyn ​​to other alcohol monitoring approaches

New wearable biosensors that detect alcohol consumption from sweat could one day help us track our drinking as easily as the Fitbit helps us track our steps. Traditional transdermal alcohol biosensor technology, worn around the ankle and often used to monitor abstinence in the justice system, has limited utility as …

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Merger of mental health and addiction services offices sought

New York lawmakers are pushing for the merger of the Office of Addiction Services and Supports and the Office of Mental Health to better serve people facing both addiction and mental health crises. The state Senate on Tuesday approved a bill that would merge the two state government offices, creating …

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Eugenio Suarez enjoys his 200th career home run

TORONTO — The ball was resting in Eugenio Suarez’s locker and will be destined for a mantle where baseballs from his first major league home run, his 100and homer and other special moments are also on display. In Monday’s 6-2 loss to the Blue Jays, he hit his 200and career …

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Details of Department of Drug and Alcohol Programs Funding Available for Loan Repayment at WellSpan Health

York, Pennsylvania – Today, the Department of Drug and Alcohol Programs (DDAP) visited WellSpan Health START (Specialized Treatment and Recovery Team) Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinic to highlight the $10 million available under the program repayment of loans for substance use disorders (SUD). “We must ensure that all people living …

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Community outreach program launches new mental health training to help reduce crime

CINCINNATI (WXIX) – Urban Minority Substance Abuse Awareness Programs (UMADAOP) is launching a series of training sessions they hope will result in reduced crime. The nonprofit examines the problem of crime from a mental health perspective. Outreach workers with UMADAOP have been active in the community for 40 years now. …

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