Action plan to accelerate the rehabilitation of those ousted from Polavaram

By Express press service RAJAMAHENDRAVARAM: The state government has drawn up a plan to accelerate the rehabilitation of displaced families from the Polavaram project in Polavaram, Kukkunur and Velerupadu mandals in Eluru district over the next two months. Generally, Godavari flood season starts in July. It is not possible to …

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Recovery Café Lexington provides resources to the community

LEXINGTON, Ky. — Kentucky continues to grapple with the drug epidemic. The Commonwealth ranks second in drug overdose deaths, according to the Center for Disease Control (CDC). The Recovery Café Lexington is a peer-led, non-profit organization that provides much-needed resources for people struggling with addiction and mental health issues. What …

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2 first graduates from program designed to keep families together | Louisiana News

HOUMA, La. (AP) — Two participants graduated this week from a special Terrebonne Parish Court created to keep families together through the court system. The two parents are the first to successfully complete the Family Preservation Court treatment plan and reunite with their children, officials said. They celebrated their achievement …

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Kashmiri Pandit leaders say lower rhetoric, delink rehabilitation and jobs

The murder of Rahul Bhat, an employee of the revenue department in Kashmir’s Chandoora region in Budgam district, on Thursday was not only a setback for the Central and Union Territory government’s plans for the return and rehabilitation of the Kashmiri Pandits in the valley, but also their oft-repeated assertion …

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COLLIER COUNTY ANNOUNCES FLORIDA TOBACCO FREE WEEK

FROM MAY 8 TO 14, FOCUS ON MENTAL HEALTH AND TOBACCO QUITTING Theme “Mental Health Equals Mental Wealth: Overcoming the Influences of Tobacco on the Mind” to encourage awareness, encouragement and support for withdrawal Naples, Florida. – Each year, Tobacco Free Florida and Collier County announce Tobacco Free Florida Week …

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Too few people treated for opioid use get anti-overdose medication | Health info

By By Robert Preidt Reporter HealthDay, health day reporter (Health Day) FRIDAY, May 13, 2022 (HealthDay News) — A potentially life-saving drug that reduces the risk of overdose is being prescribed to less than half of Americans being treated for opioid addiction, a new study finds. This underuse of buprenorphine …

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What is binge drinking and 10 health impacts – Cleveland Clinic

Heavy drinking among Americans has been on the ascend over the past decade. And we’re not just talking about having an extra glass of wine at dinner. A dangerous aspect of the trend: excessive alcohol consumption. A 2015 study shows that more than 37 million Americans reported consuming alcohol in …

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Iowa Liquor Commission discusses rising alcohol-related deaths

COUNCIL BLUFFS, Iowa (WOWT) – The Iowa Liquor Commission is responsible for policies regarding liquor licensing and state regulations. The commission usually meets in Des Moines, but this year it is moving its meetings statewide. The Iowa Liquor Commission meets Thursday at the Full-fledged brewery at Council Bluffs. Managers say …

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What is a Masters in Social Work – Forbes Advisor

Editorial Note: We earn a commission on partner links on Forbes Advisor. Commissions do not affect the opinions or ratings of our editors. Obtaining a Master of Social Work (MSW) degree is crucial if you want to become licensed and advance your career in social work. Master’s programs allow you …

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Carter Post Vets: We Were Neglected at Mattapan Sq. Rehab

It’s hard to miss Sgt. William E. Carter American Legion Post 16 on Blue Hill Avenue in Mattapan Square with its large, newly painted exterior murals – as well as a history dating back 104 years. But station officials say they have been left out of planning for the rebuilding …

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UNODC supports community treatment for people who use drugs in Kachin IDP camps and surrounding communities – Myanmar

UNODC in Myanmar aims to prevent drug abuse, improve access to community-based drug treatment and reintegration services, especially among vulnerable populations. “My son wanted to stop using drugs, but we didn’t know how to help him, but thanks to the advice he received at the Renaissance Rehabilitation Service Center, my …

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Are you looking for a refreshing and sweet alcoholic drink? Try one of these kombucha cocktails

For a refreshing mixed drink that’s slightly sweet and full of flavor, try a kombucha cocktail! . Kombucha is a fermented beverage made from sweetened tea and has a wide variety of health benefits. For kombucha cocktail inspiration, head over to TikTok. Here are five creative kombucha cocktails you must …

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‘The first time I got drunk was an eye opener’: Selma Blair details battle with alcoholism in new memoir

Selma Blair speaks at length for the first time about his decades-long battle with alcohol addiction in his forthcoming memoir, Mean Babyand the traumatic events she experienced as a result. In her new book, due out next week, the actress who was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis in 2018 opens up …

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Exec Farrow of Waukesha County: Waukesha County Focuses on Schools and Crisis Response During National Awareness Week

(Waukesha, Wis.) – This National Prevention Week, Waukesha County leaders announce new efforts to prevent substance abuse in the community. The Waukesha County Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) has allocated additional grant funds to schools and the community to improve primary prevention of substance abuse; the Waukesha County …

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Conor McGregor ‘has no intention of fighting this year’ as injury rehabilitation continues

Conor McGregor “has no intention” of fighting this year, according to former UFC heavyweight Brendan Schaub. cGregor has been teasing a comeback in recent weeks since returning to training after breaking his leg last summer in his second straight loss to Dustin Poirier. At UFC 274 on Saturday, Michael Chandler …

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The treatment was not working. Could jail save Colorado woman from fentanyl?

The coming months would bring progress and healing, but also struggles and setbacks. In March, Allison died of an overdose. His death came just as Colorado lawmakers began debating a new approach to criminal drugs. Now the state is about to increase the criminal penalty for possession of small amounts …

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Now taste cashew apple wine

The cashew apple is one of the most wasted agricultural products in the country. In an effort to prevent its loss, a Mangaluru-based NITK (National Institute of Technology Karnataka) professor has come up with a patented technology to develop an alcoholic beverage from it. Prasanna BD, an associate professor in …

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Indianapolis Mom Motivates Other Moms to Overcome Addiction – WISH-TV | Indianapolis News | Indiana Weather forecast

INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — Rachel Washington, 41, has spent years battling drug and alcohol addiction, fighting for custody of her daughter and putting her college education on hold. She now pays it forward by providing treatment and support to other local women and mothers dealing with drug addiction. Washington is the …

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Rockies’ Kris Bryant to miss rest of road trip and rehab in Arizona

PHOENIX — The waiting game continues for Rockies left fielder Kris Bryant, who will miss the remainder of the club’s road trip. Rockies manager Bud Black said Saturday that Bryant would stay in Arizona for treatment and rehabilitation for his injured back after the team ended its weekend streak against …

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WF surgeon battles addiction with opioid-free practice

WICHITA FALLS, Texas (KAUZ) — A Wichita Falls oral surgeon does things a little differently than most. Dr. Sandra Vergara runs an opioid-free practice. The day she knew she was coming to Wichita Falls, Dr. Vergara researched opioid use in the area as well as all of Texas. After seeing …

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High inflation is a threat to cities with high consumer spending on basic necessities

Rising inflation has put the global economy in limbo. With 57% of the world’s population expected to live in cities in 2022, the rising cost of living is expected to put urban consumers in a precarious position, especially in low-income cities where a high share of the consumer budget …

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What happened to Harmony Montgomery? – NBC Boston

A new report on the Harmony Montgomery case by the Massachusetts Office of the Children’s Lawyer sheds light on the girl’s childhood. Harmony was last seen in late 2019, when she was 5 years old, but didn’t go missing until about two years later. The report offers new details about …

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‘I thought I was going to lose…’: Jofra Archer talks about his state of mind during rehabilitation from elbow injury

Jofra Archer has admitted his recurring elbow injury has left him in a ‘dark place’.©AFP Considering his return to competitive cricket, England pacemaker Jofra Archer admitted his recurring elbow injury left him in a “dark place” last summer. The 27-year-old, who last played for England in March 2021, has missed …

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A ‘factory reset’ for the brain cures anxiety and drinking behavior

Newswise – Gene editing may be a potential treatment for anxiety and alcohol use disorders in adults who were exposed to heavy drinking as teenagers, according to findings from an animal study published in the journal Science Advances. The study is published by researchers from the University of Illinois at …

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Senator MacDonald gets $25 million for Macomb County Jail project

LANSING, Michigan— Sen. Michael D. MacDonald on Tuesday helped secure $25 million in state funding to support construction of the Macomb County Jail’s new Central Admissions Center as part of the state’s budget for the 2023 fiscal year of the Senate. “This critical funding would help Macomb County improve its …

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Roglic continues knee rehab ahead of Sierra Nevada training camp

Primož Roglič is continuing his rehabilitation following knee pain he suffered in the Basque Country of Itzulia last month and will move to a full training load next week, his Jumbo-Visma team have said. The Slovenian is looking ahead to July’s Tour de France and will travel to a team …

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As opioid overdoses rise in Kansas, senators block supply of fentanyl test strips

TOPEKA — An effort to allow Kansans access to a tool that tests the drug fentanyl is headed in the wrong direction after the Kansas Senate blocked a provision legalizing it. Senators chose last week to send a bill allowing cannabis drugs approved by the Food and Drug Administration to …

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Non-alcoholic fatty liver – a very common disorder that few have heard of

NORTH PHILADELPHIA (WPVI) – It’s the most common chronic liver disease in America. But you’ve probably never heard of non-alcoholic fatty liver disease. This is now a main reason for liver transplants in America. “The liver is a remarkable organ,” quipped Rohit Soans, bariatric surgeon at Temple Health. In fact, …

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Rehabilitation of national airports should boost tourism

the herald Tapiwanashe MangwiroSenior Business JournalistStakeholders in the tourism industry have hailed the ongoing airport rehabilitation program by the Airports Company of Zimbabwe (ACZ), saying it will complement efforts to grow the tourism sector into a $3 billion industry by 2023, thanks to better connectivity between national destinations. It comes …

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Mike Williams Sr. Recognized by State University for Advocacy in Region with Honorary Doctorate

This Friday, April 29, Mike Williams Sr. will receive an honorary doctorate from the University of Alaska Fairbanks. Williams Sr. is one of three recipients the University has recognized for their work as educators in 2022. For nearly 50 years, tribal leader Akiak has been an advocate for sobriety. After …

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Hope Solo postpones Hall of Fame induction to enter rehab

Former U.S. women’s soccer star Hope Solo announced on Friday that she is postponing her induction into the National Soccer Hall of Fame to enter a rehab for alcohol abuse after being arrested for a DUI with her children in the car last month. “I have contacted the Hall of …

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Officials meet in Scranton to discuss drug overdoses | WBRE/WYOU

SCRANTON, LACKAWANNA COUNTY (WBRE/WYOU) – Pennsylvania is facing a drug abuse crisis, according to the top state official who oversees drug and alcohol programs in the Commonwealth. State and local officials mused in Scranton on Friday to explore possible solutions to the problem. The numbers tell a chilling tale, in …

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A message from Dr. LaTanya D. McDade

Provided by Prince William County Schools (PWCS) April 29, 2022 Right now, the Prince William Police Department’s report into the deaths of two local teenagers is high on the list. We are saddened by these deaths and our thoughts and prayers go out to their families. Both deaths appear to …

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University of Arizona and Oklahoma State University Announce Transformative Addiction Research Partnership

Robert C. Robbins, MDpresident of the University of Arizona, and Kayse Shrum, DOPresident of Oklahoma State University, today announced that academic medical centers at both institutions have joined forces to address the opioid crisis and chronic pain through research, treatment and education. The partnership will share the institutional resources of …

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Push for awareness comes as fentanyl prevalence swells in Sedgwick County across Kansas

WICHITA, Kan. (KWCH) – A push for more awareness comes as the prevalence of fentanyl increases in Sedgwick County and across Kansas. Last year, data from the Sedgwick County Forensic Science Center shows that fentanyl overdose deaths exceeded all other drug-related overdose deaths. The Center for Change in Wichita is …

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Three Spirit launches two non-alcoholic wine alternatives – Drinks International

Created by winemakers and plant scientists, the Blurred Vines line blends rare cold brew teas, active botanical extracts, fruits and ferments to produce a complex beverage experience that satisfies the moment of wine drinking. Three Spirits has launched two expressions of Blurred Vines, Spark, which offers an alternative to sparkling …

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Aidilfitri: the National Agency for the Fight against Drugs allows family visits to drug rehabilitation centers from 9 to 12 May; prison visits from 5 to 7 May | Malaysia

The AADK, in a statement released today, said visitors must follow established standard operating procedures for the transition to endemic phase, including having been fully vaccinated. — Photo by Twitter/Bernama KUALA LUMPUR, April 27 – The National Anti-Drug Agency (AADK) will allow family members or guardians to visit residents of …

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How personality and genetics impact the link between racial discrimination and problematic alcohol use

Newswise — Racial Discrimination is connected problematic alcohol use among young black Americans. A new study published in the Journal of Youth and Adolescence showed that this connection differs depending on personality traits. Research shows that people who tend to act impulsively in response to negative experiences are more likely …

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Church Holds Conversation About Substance Use

BRIDGEPORT, WV — All Saints Catholic Church held its 10th community conversation on the topic of substance use disorder Monday night. The primary focus of this event was treatment, recovery, and available resources for substance use. The event brought together 15 vendors who showcased new ways to fight fentanyl and …

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49ers OT Mike McGlinchey says he’s ahead of schedule with injury rehabilitation, expects to be ready for training camp

Eric Hartline – USA TODAY Sports 49ers offensive tackle Mike McGlinchey gave reporters a noticeably positive update on his rehabilitation on Monday, saying he was very pleased with his progress and expects to be on the field once training camp begins. in July. McGlinchey has been working hard in recent …

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Johnny Depp takes a stand for day 4 of defamation lawsuit against Amber Heard

FAIRFAX, Va. (AP) — Jurors in Johnny Depp’s libel trial against his ex-wife, actress Amber Heard, heard audio recordings Monday in which he referred to the violence that could ensue if their arguments were allowed to intensify. “The next move, if I don’t walk away…it’s gonna be a bloodbath, like …

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Inpatient Rehabilitation Center Opens at VA Medical Center | Western Colorado

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Drug used to treat alcoholism shows promise for anxiety, study finds

FDA-approved disulfiram can safely reduce anxiety levels in rodents, according to analysis by Tokyo University of Science and other Japanese institutes. Disulfiram (DSF), an FDA-approved drug to treat alcoholism, may also effectively treat anxiety, according to the results of a new study by researchers from Tokyo University of Science and …

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Man Celebrates Completion of Drug Court | Regional News

CODY – Zack Robinson had no desire to live. The drugs he was addicted to left him numb, rendering him emotionless, with no joy or pain to feel. “I wasn’t alive or alive, I just existed,” he said. Robinson, 43, is a recovering drug addict who recently graduated from the …

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veteran navigators

Veteran Navigators was created to help veterans and military families of ALL eras and release types. They strive to connect veterans and their families to federal, state, and local resources to alleviate mental health, addictions, housing, and other common issues that affect veterans in order to support lifestyles healthier and …

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“A sober place where people can hang out”

LOGAN SQUARE – Cristina Torres struggled to find a hangout that didn’t revolve around alcohol after getting sober in 2020. “In Chicago, there’s really nothing to do after 7 p.m.,” Torres said. “You can go to a bar. You can go to the cinema and then go to a bar. …

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Opening of a new rehabilitation gymnasium at CHI Health St. Francis

GRAND ISLAND, Neb. (KSNB) – CHI Health Saint Francis is celebrating a new era for its physiotherapy center, after the opening of a new rehabilitation gymnasium of more than 800 square feet. The $135,000 project began in September last year and today the hospital held an open house to allow …

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Philippi leaders come together to fight local drug addiction

PHILIPPI, W.Va. — Community leaders gathered to discuss substance abuse prevention in Philippi on Thursday during a lunch and learning about community roles in prevention hosted by New Vision. Guest Speaker Retired Major General Barrye Price, President and CEO of Community Anti-Drug Coalitions of America, or CADCA, spoke with community …

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Bird flu threat means suburban zoo, rehabilitation centers must hide their precious birds

Peacocks are generally free to roam the grounds of Brookfield Zoo, making courtship displays at this time of year. This seasonal ritual, when male birds unfurl their jewel-colored feathers to impress females, will not have a visiting audience at the zoo this spring. Brookfield moved the peacocks and guinea fowl …

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Instant Payday Loans for People with Bad Credit | Payday Champion

Instant Payday Loans for People with Bad Credit | Payday Champion

Instant Payday Loans What are Instant Payday Loans? These are personal loans that allow you to cover unexpected costs like medical bills or repairs to your car. They include title loans, installment loans, and payday loans. The possible sources for instant payday loans include family members or friends or the internet-based lender’s …

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Warning issued to sites illegally selling Adderall

The United States Food & Drug Administration (FDA) has sent warning letters to 2 websites that illegally sell Schedule II stimulants marketed as Adderall. The warning letters were sent to Kubapharm.com and Premiumlightssupplier.com, claiming that drugs sold on those websites are mislabeled and in violation of the Federal Food, Drug, …

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Instant hangover medicine studied for anxiety disorders

Disulfiram is a drug used to treat chronic alcoholism. However, studies suggest that it also inhibits chemokine receptor signaling pathways associated with anxiety regulation in rodents. Now, a team of researchers from Tokyo University of Science shows that disulfiram can effectively reduce anxiety without causing any of the adverse effects …

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The padres may not like Fernando Tatis Jr’s pre-game rehabilitation.

February 28, 2020; Peoria, Arizona, USA; San Diego Padres shortstop Fernando Tatis Jr against the Chicago Cubs during a spring training game at Peoria Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports Fernando Tatis Jr. is still weeks, if not months, away from returning to action after …

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A Violent Crisis – The New York Times

More mass shootings A gunman opened fire in a Brooklyn subway, injuring 10 people on Tuesday and injuring others. Yesterday, a shooting in a mall in South Carolina left 10 people injured. A gang shootout this month in Sacramento left six dead and 12 injured. New Orleans announced its bloodiest …

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Despite the loss, Montreal Canadiens goaltender Carey Price has a “comforting” return to the ice

Montreal Canadiens goaltender Carey Price lost to the New York Islanders on Friday night, but nothing could dampen the positive vibes around the Bell Center as the franchise star played his first NHL game since July 7, 2021. Price made 17 saves in the 3-0 loss to the Islanders in …

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Former ‘Windy City Rehab’ star Donovan Eckhardt’s libel lawsuit dismissed

A California judge has dismissed former “Windy City Rehab” co-host Donovan Eckhardt’s libel lawsuit against showrunners he claims falsely portrayed as an untrustworthy villain. He is now 0-2 in trying to legally snatch $2 million from the companies behind the hit HGTV show. The lawsuit was filed against Scripps Network, …

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Franklin County inmate uses poetry to recover from drugs

FRANKLIN COUNTY, Fla. (WJHG/WECP) – Nine months. That’s how long Jon Borel has been in prison. However, he has been struggling with drug addiction for much longer. “Since I was 13, I’ve been switching drugs,” Borel said. Recently, Borel, now 44, said he had hit rock bottom but was trying …

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A new study has found that disulfiram, a drug used to treat chronic alcoholism, can safely reduce anxiety levels in rodents

Alcoholism, if left untreated, can have dangerous repercussions. So, it’s no surprise that there is a range of drugs developed to treat this condition. Among these drugs, disulfiram (DSF) is approved by the Food and Drug Agency (FDA) for the treatment of alcoholism. DSF primarily inhibits the enzyme aldehyde dehydrogenase …

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Targeting norepinephrine to treat alcoholism

The norepinephrine neurotransmitter is one of the most abundant in the brain; it has a wide range of effects on attention, wakefulness, stress, blood pressure and heart rate. Now Scripps Research scientists have shown – in animal models and human brain tissue – how norepinephrine goes awry with alcohol dependence …

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Rushford ‘Meriden Opioid Referral for Recovery’ team recognized for community partnership

The Rushford Meriden Opioid Referral for Recovery team recently had a nice surprise when they were recognized by the Meriden Police Department for their contributions to service and the community as part of a partnership that has continued to grow. grow and strengthen. “Through the Meriden Healthy Youth Coalition’s MORR …

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Report: Kevin Durant, Kyrie Irving’s rehab added to the feeling of being taken out of the nets in 2019 | Launderer’s report

AP Photo/Seth Wenig The Brooklyn Nets’ concerns about their “building super teams” reportedly began during the 2019-20 NBA season as Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving rehabilitated injuries away from the franchise. ESPN’s Kevin Arnovitz reported on Tuesday that the Nets felt a “sense of estrangement” from the superstars because they …

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Fatal teen overdoses doubled in 2020, driven by fentanyl

AAfter remaining stable for a decade, the overdose death rate among American teenagers nearly doubled from 2019 to 2020 — an alarming rise that has continued through 2021, according to a study released Tuesday. The reasons do not include an increase in the number of children in this group – …

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Response to letter regarding liver enzymes and non-alcoholic fats

Mr Editor We thank Abdul Moeed for his comments on our article in his letter entitled: – Liver enzymes and non-alcoholic fatty liver disease: important factors in the evaluation of clinical management models in patients with type 2 diabetes.1 The main objective of our study was to determine the patterns …

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Relationship rehabilitation: “My partner is much more attractive than me”

Calls on the government to face up to today’s decisions, the ex-cyclone is on its way and Ukraine is preparing for another attack from the East in the latest headlines of the New Zealand Herald. Video / NZ Herald Welcome to Relationship Rehab, news.com.au’s weekly column solving all your romantic …

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Governor Hochul Announces ‘Take-Out’ Alcoholic Beverage Sale Now Legal Under Fiscal Year 2023 Budget

Governor Kathy Hochul announced today that legislation allowing take-out beverages became law as part of the state’s fiscal year 2023 budget. Take-out beverages were a critical source of revenue for bars and restaurants of New York City during the COVID-19 pandemic, helping many small businesses across the state pay their …

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Drug addiction weakens Telangana – The Hindu

Taking an empty 250ml plastic bottle in hand, Sugandh (name changed) pokes a hole just enough to insert a straw stuffed with ganja. He lights the outer end of the straw with a match. As the smoke emanating from the ganja burning inside the straw fills the bottle, he opens …

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Treatment for opioid addiction often leads to discrimination – NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth

Danielle Russell was in the emergency room of an Arizona hospital last fall ill with COVID-19 when she made the mistake of answering completely when asked what medications she was taking. “I said yes, I was on methadone,” said Russell, a doctoral student who was also recovering from heroin use. …

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WVa Trial Expert: Drugmakers downplayed marketing risks | West Virginia News

By LEAH WILLINGHAM, Associated Press CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — Lawyers for the state of West Virginia wrapped up the first week of a lawsuit against three major opioid makers on Friday by outlining how drug companies renamed the highly addictive drugs it there are decades to expand their base of …

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A new drug to treat liver disease? Rutgers researchers find hormone has therapeutic effects on non-alcoholic fatty liver disease in mouse study

A hormone that triggers puberty and controls fertility in men could be developed as a treatment for non-alcoholic fatty liver disease, according to new research from Rutgers. The study, published in the Clinical Investigation Journal, provides strong evidence that a modified version of the natural hormone kisspeptin can be used …

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Group calls for action to stem rise in drug-related deaths

When Judith Meier looks at photos of her son, Taevan Little, she is reminded of her concern for others. “He could feel people struggling and he just sat with them,” Meier said. He always tries to help others overcome their challenges, she said. But behind that smile was someone who …

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FIRST LOOK: VA Tampa Mental Health Clinic and Inpatient Rehabilitation Facility

The VA’s new integrated mental health clinic in Tampa, Florida consolidates all behavioral health services provided by the agency into one warm, private, and peaceful clinic. The two-story, 144,000-square-foot facility includes an addiction rehabilitation and recovery center, a 60-bed inpatient mental health rehabilitation center and a residential treatment program for …

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San Francisco Rehab Clinic Sees 50% More Fentanyl Addicted Patients This Year

SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) — A grim and devastating outbreak is growing deadlier in San Francisco. Fentanyl has killed more people than COVID-19 in San Francisco. 1,875 people died of drug overdoses in San Francisco from January 2021 to February 2022, according to records released by the city. “It’s very dark …

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1 in 4 California drinkers identify with signs of alcoholism, study finds

SAN FRANCISCO (KRON) — More than one in four California drinkers said they could identify with at least one sign of alcoholism, according to a new survey. the study conducted by Alcohol.orgsurveyed 4,957 drinkers to find out how many could identify with some of the warning signs and symptoms of …

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A Quick Guide to the Alameda County District Attorney Election

Alameda County voters are being asked to do a rare thing this June: elect a New District Attorney. Nancy O’Malley, the current DA, is retiring and the upcoming election is the first time in decades that an incumbent DA, or someone named by an outgoing DA, has not stood for …

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Composite Repair and Rehabilitation Market Size, Growth and Forecast

New Jersey, United States – This Composite Repair and Rehabilitation Market The report provides detailed market insights to help companies make better business decisions and build growth plans based on market forecasts and trends. The research focuses on group research of data from primary and secondary sources. This Composites Repair …

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Elizabeth Heller’s lab discovers how drug addiction can create lasting changes in genes

When Elizabeth A Heller, PhD, says she does addiction research, people may have misconceptions about her area of ​​expertise. “People may think addiction research is just about behavior,” said Heller, an assistant professor of pharmacology and director of a neuroepigenetics lab. Instead, Heller’s work and the work of his 10-person …

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Gender influences how people cope with alcohol use disorder, study finds

A qualitative study by researchers from the School of Arts, Sciences and Humanities (EACH-USP) at the University of São Paulo in Brazil suggests that gender influences how people with alcohol-related disorders alcohol cope with their condition. The principal investigator was Professor Edemilson de Campos, who was supported by FAPESP and …

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West Virginia says J&J and drug makers have created a ‘tsunami’ of opioid addiction

April 4 (Reuters) – The West Virginia Attorney General on Monday urged a judge to hold Johnson & Johnson (JNJ.N), Teva Pharmaceuticals Industries Ltd (TEVA.TA) and AbbVie Inc’s (ABBV.N) Allergen accountable for causing a “tsunami” of opioid addiction in the state. Attorney General Patrick Morrisey said in his opening statement …

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tripura: Bru Body writes to Shah about stalled rehab package | Agartala News

Agartala: The Bru Displaced Youth Association (BDYA) from West Mizoram and settled in North Tripura in October 1997 wrote to Union Home Minister Amit Shah about the delay in implementing implementation of the Rs 600 crore program for the development of Brus resettled in the villages of Tripura.In a four-party …

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Mixed results for pioneering drug decriminalization in Oregon | Oregon News

By ANDREW SELSKY, Associated Press SALEM, Ore. (AP) — Voters in Oregon approved a 2020 ballot measure to decriminalize hard drugs after being told it was a way to create and fund drug rehabilitation centers that would offer people a help instead of incarceration. Yet in the first year after …

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Israel: Rehabilitation of security prisoners a ‘waste of resources’

“They go back to the same cell block with the same murderers. You can’t rehabilitate them’ Israeli Prison Service officers refuse to acknowledge the effectiveness of rehabilitation efforts for Israeli and Palestinian security prisoners, despite the low recidivism rates of released inmates who have undergone drug rehab. Israeli law requires …

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Morris County Hope One Celebrates 5th Anniversary – Morris County, NJ

Published on April 01, 2022 Honor given to benefactors Kevin and Robin Gannon, who donated $100,000 Morris County Sheriff James M. Gannon led a day-long symposium celebrating the 5and Anniversary of Morris County Hope One, a groundbreaking support program to help people struggling with addiction that inspired Hope One programs …

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Muse treatment center in Los Angeles warns that many Americans fall somewhere between moderate drinking and alcoholism

Los Angeles, California – Los Angeles, California – Alcoholism is often viewed as a clearly defined disease; many people think of themselves as moderate or addicted drinkers, with no gray area in between. But experts say many Americans actually occupy a risky middle ground between the two types of drinking. …

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How marijuana has always been the NFL’s image-enhancing drug

Last month, in the two-week dead zone between conference championship games and the Super Bowl, the National Football League tried to buy itself positive media coverage using a tried-and-true public relations strategy: the wrong grass. KANSAS CITY, MO – DECEMBER 21: Miami Dolphins running back Ricky Williams #34 exhales during …

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Fralin Institute for Biomedical Research receives $3.5 million grant to study recovery from alcoholism

ROANOKE, Va. (WDBJ) – Roanoke researchers are launching a long-term study to determine what helps people recover from alcoholism. the Fralin Biomedical Research Institute in Roanoke received a $3.5 million grant from the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism for a five-year study. “It’s very exciting,” said Dr. Warren …

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Design team selected for the rehabilitation of the Parkersburg Memorial Bridge over the Ohio River

Parkersburg Bridge Partners (PBP) – the team overseeing the rehabilitation of the Parkersburg Memorial Bridge over the Ohio River – recently selected Modjeski and Masters as the official engineer for the project. Modjeski and Masters will provide all bridge design engineering services for the steel beam and girder bridge that …

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Sage’s army is still leading the battle against drug addiction; the mission continues after 10 years

By: Joe Napsha Thursday March 31, 2022 | 00:01 Shane Dunlap | Tribune-Review Sage’s Army founder Carmen Capozzi said he “never thought it would be 10 years later and the need is still there”. Shane Dunlap | Tribune-Review Donora’s Troy Jones speaks about his experience with addiction recovery to a …

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State Council issues 61 recommendations to curb heavy drinking

ROCK COUNTY, Wis. – A cabinet in Jenny Hallett’s house bears the weight of a tragic memory: her daughter Brittany Rose’s favorite shot glass. A baby picture. Chapstick. Slippers Jenny sent Brittany as she celebrated Halloween within the walls of a treatment center. The stuffed animals from her bed, where …

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Drugs for opioid addiction widely underused

Despite a record number of drug overdose deaths in the United States and a large body of evidence supporting the effectiveness of drugs to treat opioid use disorder (OUD), these drugs remain largely underused, according to new research. Based on data from the National Survey of Drug Use and Health …

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Use ‘Kashmir Files’ revenue for pundit rehabilitation : AAP MP : The Tribune India

Tribune press service New Delhi, March 28 In a Zero Hour Notice, which was submitted to the Rajya Sabha Secretariat today, AAP member Sanjay Singh demanded the release of the film, The Kashmir Files, on Youtube and Doordarshan (DD). He said the commercial gains made by the filmmakers …

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War means tough choices in Ukraine’s sprawling child welfare system

War disrupts the lives of vulnerable children in Ukraine Much more separated from their parents in the fights The country has a large number of children in state care The system is collapsing, meaning tough choices for staff LVIV, March 28 (Reuters) – Nina celebrated her 16th birthday at a …

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Neighbors oppose plans to convert historic haunted hotel into rehab facility

Objections have been raised by neighbors over plans for a haunted historic hotel in South Norfolk. The developers plan to convert Diss by Verve (formerly Scole Inn) into a rehabilitation center for sports stars with addictions. The plans, submitted to South Norfolk Council, would see him offer treatment for a …

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State health officials are sounding the alarm over ‘gas station heroin’

JACKSON, Miss. (WLBT) – It has been described as “gas station heroin” – a drug that people of all ages can legally buy at the local convenience store. And while only a handful of people in Mississippi have gotten sick from consuming the substance in recent years, state health officials …

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Dave Coulier receives support from Full House co-stars after speaking out about alcoholism

David Coulier receives an outpouring of support from him Full house co-stars after sharing his struggles with alcoholism. At instagram On Tuesday, the actor celebrated two years of sobriety by sharing his lowest moment ever, posting a selfie of his bloodied face after slipping on stone steps on a drunken …

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Las Vegas group urges parents to educate kids about drug addiction early

LAS VEGAS, Nevada (FOX5) – When is it too early to educate your kids about drugs? The PACT (Prevention, Advocacy, Choices, Teamwork) Coalition said it has a prevention program for children ages three to five. “Unfortunately, we are seeing our overdose deaths tend to get younger and younger. It’s absolutely …

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Ribbon cutting at the new rehabilitation office in Syosset

Last November, the Ivy Rehab Clinic opened in Muttontown Plaza at 224 West Jericho Turnpike in Syosset. On March 10, the Syosset Woodbury Chamber of Commerce met with Ivy Rehab staff for a ribbon-cutting and ribbon-cutting ceremony at the new location. The groundbreaking event included welcoming remarks from Oyster Bay …

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Soroptimist Desert Tucson awards $26,000 in scholarships to students, members work to lift women out of poverty

TUCSON, Ariz. (KOLD News 13) – Activists in southern Arizona are working to lift women and girls out of poverty so they can support their families and prosper. This year, Soroptimist Desert Tucson is awarding nearly $26,000 in scholarships to seven women. This is record funding for the local chapter, …

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opportunities for informed and healthier choices

Overview Although alcohol has negative effects on various health outcomes, awareness of the health risks associated with alcohol consumption remains relatively low. WHO recommends labeling of alcoholic beverages to increase awareness and ensure consumers make informed decisions. Current labeling practices in countries are not standardized as is the case for …

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Three SUNY Online Education Ambassadors Named – UB Now: News and Views for UB Faculty and Staff

UB faculty members Chris Cohan, David Murray and Todd Sage have been selected as 2022 SUNY Online Education Ambassadors. The trio was nominated by UB’s Educational Design Collaborative. They were among many SUNY faculty members named Online Education Ambassadors at SUNY’s Online Summit on March 1. “These three faculty members …

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New Orleans Pelicans’ Zion Williamson posts dunk video amid ongoing foot rehab

10:04 p.m. ET Andre LopezESPN New Orleans Pelicans forward Zion Williamson has tried to keep a low profile on social media while rehabbing his fractured right foot that sidelined him all 2021-22 season. That changed Tuesday night. Williamson posted a five-second clip to his Instagram Story showing him at the …

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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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Aldafermin in Patients with Non-Alcoholic Steatohepatitis (ALPINE 2/3): Randomized, Double-Blind, Placebo-Controlled Phase 2b Trial

context Nonalcoholic steatohepatitis (NASH) is characterized by fatty liver, inflammation and injury, and is associated with an increased risk of liver transplantation and death. NASH affects more than 16 million people in the United States and there are no approved treatments. The purpose of this study was to evaluate the …

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Senate Democrats back state overdose plan, celebrate new behavioral health chief

CHICAGO – To combat the opioid epidemic, members of the Illinois Senate Democratic Caucus support the 2022 State of Illinois Overdose Action Plan, a comprehensive and action-oriented plan. equity to change how Illinois deals with overdoses. This plan prioritizes outreach and engagement with those at risk of fatal and non-fatal …

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Heavy Drinking, Early Alcoholism Affects Students | the life

It’s no secret that college students drink alcohol. College students now have the freedom to make the decision to go out and drink, without a tutor telling them otherwise. Whether at a bar or at a frat night, chances are that alcohol is easy to find near college campuses. March …

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Irish charity Rehab Group targeted by cyberattack

Rehab Group said it deployed all of its resources to bring the affected systems back online and the attack appears to be “contained”. Disability service provider Rehab Group suffered a cyberattack that targeted some of its systems. The Dublin-based charity said it informed the Data Protection Commission of the attack …

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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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BCTC launches an organization for drug addicts

LEXINGTON, Ky. — The state of Kentucky has the second-highest death rate from substance overdoses with nearly 2,000 deaths in 2020, according to the most recent CDC data. Bluegrass Community and Technical College students are trying to help fight addiction with a new student organization providing resources to be an …

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