LaKeith Stanfield Says He Battled Alcoholism on ‘The Harder They Fall’ Set

Black America Web Featured Video CLOSE Alcoholism is a disease that can affect anyone – and yes, that includes some of your favorite actors, actresses, musicians and entertainers who live in luxury. In fact, Hollywood’s uninterrupted party life can often exacerbate alcohol addiction. Famous TV and film actor LaKeith Stanfield …

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Giant Eagle Shoppers’ Mask Suit Can’t Add Rehab Act Claims

By Matthew Santoni (March 17, 2022, 8:00 PM EDT) — A group of Giant Eagle customers can’t amend their lawsuit over the grocery chain’s pandemic mask policies because they waited too long and have already run into trouble for delaying the case, a Pennsylvania federal judge ruled Thursday. US District …

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Cyberabad Police launch anti-drug committees in schools and colleges

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

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Confusion and dismay over decision to close Family Restoration Court

When attendees of the Marion County Family Recovery Court come together virtually on March 29 to celebrate two women who graduated from the program, the speeches, words of encouragement and tears will end in final goodbyes. The Marion Superior Court Executive Committee announced that the Family Recovery Court, which began …

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Cameron Munster, Melbourne Storm contract, rehab, white powder scandal, suspension, fine

Storm superstar Cameron Munster has opened up about the moment that really ‘knocked home’ after his off-court dramas last season. Munster were embroiled in the infamous white powder scandal with teammates Brandon Smith and Chris Lewis after the Storm pulled out of the final. There was speculation that the club …

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Biden and Becerra donate millions to opioids and addiction drugs

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

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Alcoholism and creativity: the case of John Cheever

I conducted a long series of intensive structured research interviews with John Cheever, the author of five novels, over 300 stories and winner of the National Book Award for The Wapshot Chronicle and the Pulitzer Prize for his collected stories. He was also a National Gold Medal winner and one …

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Report: Broncos interested in OT La’el Collins Cowboys trade

Before they can challenge the Chiefs for AFC West supremacy, the Russell Wilson-led Broncos must first face the Chargers, who fought off Wilson’s acquisition on Tuesday less than 48 hours later by trading for the former Pass-rusher All-Pro Khalil Mack, bookending Pro Bowl defensive end Joey Bosa in the most …

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Guinness 0.0, the brand’s first alcohol-free beer, celebrates its first St. Patrick’s Day – NBC Chicago

The new buzz isn’t the buzz with Guinness’ non-alcoholic stout, Guinness 0.0, making its St. Patrick’s Day debut this year. Guinness launched the drink in bars and pubs in July 2021 and in stores in August 2021 after four years in the making. The Irish brewer created the drink using …

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

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

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Naperville woman creates alcohol-free dating events for women to build friendships

Naperville, Ill. — As adults, many women find it increasingly difficult to meet new people and form new friendships, and if they seek to do so in an alcohol-free environment, it may be even more difficult. Naperville resident Michelle Flynn decided to change that. “We’re a group of moms, women, …

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Resurgence Behavioral Health Helps Californian Recover From Addiction and Find Inner Peace

Costa Mesa, Calif., March 11, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Costa Mesa, CA – Substance use disorder is a complex condition that often goes deeper than drug or alcohol abuse. At Resurgence Behavioral Health, a California man found the help he needed to uncover the reasons for his addiction and learn …

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Two more coloradans arrested for fentanyl offenses

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (KKTV) — Two more people are in custody on drug charges related to fentanyl. Federal court documents say Douglas Floyd and Marlene McGuire are in jail and face federal drug charges for distributing fentanyl in Colorado. The two allegedly sold fentanyl to Maria Cecilia Davis-Conchie who then …

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West Texas Rehab to Host 20th Annual Rehab Top Gun Classic in April | KTAB

Drone footage of house explosion near block 3300… 35 minutes ago Explosion of a house reported in Lubbock, confirms LFR 49 minutes ago TIMELAPSE: Explosion of a house reported in Lubbock, visual… 1 hour ago Eight-year-old child attacked on school bus 20 hours ago Woman gives birth on Portland sidewalk, …

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

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

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Targeting dysregulated kappa-opioid receptors reduces working memory deficits in alcohol use disorders

As heavy or frequent drinking escalates, some people continue to drink despite increasingly negative consequences such as poor performance at work or school, deteriorating family or personal relationships, and declining physical health. Impaired working memory, a common problem in people with alcohol use disorder (AUD), can interfere with disease recovery …

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mHealth apps for depression: overcoming the challenges

(This is part 1 of a 3-part series on mHealth apps. Parts 2 and 3 will be released shortly—Editor’s note.) In the United States, an estimated 21% of adults (52.9 million) have suffered from a mental health disorder in a given year.1 The response to behavioral health needs in American …

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Relief for CSK, Deepak Chahar expected to return from injury in mid-April

Deepak Chahar should be available from mid-April | Courtesy @IPL/Twitter HIGHLIGHTS Deepak Chahar is not expected to miss the entire IPL 2022 season. Pacemaker decided not to have surgery for a torn quadriceps. He should be available for selection from mid-April. Chennai Super Kings (CSK) fans’ hearts sank as reports …

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Old Town Neighborhood Association releases plan to revitalize neighborhood

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

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Letter for the article Statin Prescription Patterns and Associated College

Mr Editor Recently, an original study titled “Statin Prescription Patterns and Associated Factors Among Patients with Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus Attending Diabetic Clinic at Muhimbili National Hospital, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania”1 was published by Aneth Telesphore Bideberi et al in the reputable journal “Diabetes, Metabolic Syndrome and Obesity: Targets and …

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Attorney General Tong announces agreement with Redwood toxicology lab

Press Releases 03/07/2022 Attorney General Tong announces $4.8 million settlement with Redwood toxicology lab (Hartford, CT) – Attorney General William Tong, U.S. Attorney Leonard C. Boyle and Special Agent in Charge Phillip Coyne of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Office of Inspector General, announced today that Redwood …

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The La Union rehabilitation center will soon welcome all patients

TREATMENT AND REHABILITATION CENTER. The San Fernando La Union Treatment and Rehabilitation Center dormitory will soon be completed by the last quarter of this year. When completed, it can accommodate 100 all-female residential patients. (Photo courtesy of Raymund Basbas) CITY OF SAN FERNANDO, La Union – The San Fernando La …

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Fans line up to buy booze at the Big Ten Wrestling Championship

LINCOLN, Neb. (KOLN) – There were thousands of Big Ten fans from across the country at Pinnacle Bank Arena this weekend, Saturday, March 5 through Sunday, March 6, for the Big Ten Wrestling Championship. Fans said they were happy to buy their favorite drink while attending the event. “I mean …

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

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

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Calls to overhaul methadone distribution grow, but clinics resist

This story originally appeared at KHN. Days typically start early for patients undergoing opioid addiction treatment at Denver Recovery Group’s six methadone clinics in Colorado. They get up before dawn. Some take three buses to a clinic at 5 a.m. for a 15-minute chat with a counselor and their daily …

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Boracay Rehab Group: Beach is safe for swimming

BORACAY—The Boracay Interagency Rehabilitation Management Group (BIARMG) said on Saturday that the presence of green algae along the island’s coast was a natural phenomenon and not a sign of a decline in water quality. In a press release, the BIARMG specifies that algae proliferate normally during the dry season. “It’s …

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Carry the Kettle Nakoda Nation raises awareness about substance abuse

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

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Man sues Applebee’s, bartender, after drunk driving accident in Texas

HIDALGO COUNTY, Texas (ValleyCentral) – A franchise company that operates Applebee restaurants is facing a lawsuit from a man who claims a bartender served him alcohol beyond the limits set by the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission (TABC). According to court documents, a County Hidalgo man was at Applebee’s in Edinburgh …

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Governor Newsom launches new plan to help Californians struggling with mental health issues and homelessness

CARE (Community Assistance, Recovery, and Empowerment) Court is a new policy framework to help people living with untreated mental health and addictions issues Enables Californians in crisis to access housing, treatment and care Liability for individuals and local governments with court orders for services SAN JOSE – At a mental …

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Alexander Zverev ‘should be banned from major events and go through a rehabilitation process’, says Mats Wilander

Eurosport expert Mats Wilander has given his opinion on Alexander Zverev being allowed to continue playing tennis so soon after hitting a referee’s chair in a shocking and violent manner in Mexico. The world No. 3 has been given the maximum fine by the ATP following his backlash at the …

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J&J’s $26 billion opioid settlement finalized

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

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Rehabilitation center for injured mice, other small animals proposed for Kelowna | News

A rehabilitation center for injured birds, groundhogs, mice and squirrels is proposed for southeast Kelowna. Supporters of the Wild Things Rehabilitation Society claim the facility would care for animals that would otherwise be euthanized. “Currently, there is nowhere to take injured or orphaned wildlife in the British Columbia interior. If …

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Louisville company targets non-drinkers and moderate drinkers

LOUISVILLE, Ky. — When someone stops drinking alcohol or cuts down, they may wonder what their social life will be like when they make the switch. What do you want to know Alcohol-free and low-alcohol (no/low alcohol) products are a growing sector in the alcoholic beverage market. In 2020, the …

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How Europe can kick its Russian gas habit

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

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Alabama liquor stores pull Russian-origin spirits from shelves

MONTGOMERY, Ala. (WSFA) – The administrator of the Alabama Alcoholic Beverage Control Board confirmed Monday afternoon that ABC stores immediately complied with Gov. Kay Ivey’s directive to remove Russian-origin products from store shelves. Ivey called on ABC board administrator Mac Gipson for the immediate removal of Russian alcohol from ABC …

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The Nonprofit Times

Director of social services NPO sentenced for embezzlement Lashante Boyd, a former employee of the nonprofit Center Point, San Rafael, Calif., social services, was sentenced to three years and four months in state prison on embezzlement charges, according to an announcement from the California Attorney General Rob Bonta. According to …

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fsi: Maharashtra government increases FSI for slum upgrading projects across the state

The Maharashtra government has increased the floor space index (FSI), or permitted development on land, to four times from three across the state for slum upgrading projects, in line with existing guidelines for the capital commercial of the country, Mumbai. The state government has revised the Unified Development Control Promotion …

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Sheridan Smith’s health: the star’s fight against a “genetic” disease – alcoholism

The year was 2016 when Sheridan Smith was caught in a downward spiral, missing encores and letting audiences down. In a candid interview, the mother-of-one revealed she was “struggling”. “I was struggling with alcohol…with my mental health,” Sheridan told the Guardian. Discussing her appearance on the TV show Who Do …

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CROI summary shows decrease in neurocognitive deficit in PLHIV

An abstract presented at this year’s Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections (CROI) confirmed the results of an Italian investigation into a potential link between people living with HIV (PLHIV) taking new antiretroviral therapies and the prevalence of neurocognitive disorders. A comparison of HIV-associated neurocognitive disorder (HAND) outcomes among people …

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Paige Bueckers returns to ‘different’ and ‘better’ UConn team after completing rehab

Paige Bueckers has agreed to return to the UConn women’s basketball rotation. The reigning national player of the year came off the bench when she returned Friday after suffering a leg injury in December. In 13 minutes, she contributed eight points on 4-of-5 shooting, two rebounds and an assist in …

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

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

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

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

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Fine’s Bill Supports Employees with Mental Health or Substance Abuse Disorders

SPRINGFIELD — To encourage employers to hire people in recovery from mental health or substance abuse disorders, State Sen. Laura Fine (D-Glenview) introduced a bill providing eligible employers with tax credits for hiring and retaining employees with these conditions. “Too often, hard-working, experienced employees are fired because of a mental …

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Manufacturing Caucus Hosts Event with Alcoholic Beverage Manufacturers

Manufacturing Caucus Hosts Event with Alcoholic Beverage Manufacturers Trenton– Today, the bipartisan, bicameral Legislative Caucus on Manufacturing met with the New Jersey Manufacturing Extension Program (NJMEP) and liquor manufacturers from across the state at Source Brewing in Colts Neck to discuss issues that the industry is currently facing. The gathering …

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Plan for women-only rehab center run by church group in Waterford put on hold after objections

Plans have been put on hold for a women-only drug treatment center to be run by a new faith community in West Waterford following objections from local residents. An appeal has been lodged with An Bord Pleanála against Waterford City and County Council’s decision to grant planning permission for Cladagh …

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

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

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Legal and Medical Experts Discuss Alternative Approaches to Helping Families Struggling with Addiction | News

Legal and medical experts discussed how to support families struggling with addiction during a virtual panel on Tuesday co-hosted by the Center for Law, Brain, and Behavior at Massachusetts General Hospital and the Petrie-Flom Center for Health Law Policy, Biotechnology, and Bioethics from Harvard Law School. Stephanie Tabashneck – senior …

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Rao Inderjit will examine the rehabilitation of displaced families from Tower D | Gurgaon News

Gurgaon: Union Minister Rao Inderjit Singh will hold a meeting on Wednesday with officials from the district administration and the Department of Urban and Rural Planning (DTCP) to discuss the rehabilitation of displaced families from Chintels Tower D Paradise.Singh is also likely to discuss the status of the ongoing investigation …

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CT’s best brewery is alcohol-free, according to national food blog Tasting Table

While Connecticut boasts more 120 different breweriesone brasserie stands out from the rest – at least according to the food and drink blog Tasting table. Athletic Brewery, a Stratford brewery specializing in non-alcoholic beer, has been named the state’s best brewery in a new list released by the site. The …

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

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

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Collin Sexton drops a truth bomb on the hardest part of knee rehabilitation

Cleveland Cavaliers guard Collin Sexton is still recovering from surgery on his left knee to repair a torn meniscus, and while he maintains a positive frame of mind, he admits he still has to endure some ‘difficult’ aspects . According to Sexton, being patient is the thing he struggles with …

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Children at Risk: Cuts in Alcohol Addiction Treatment Coincident with Rise in Parental Heavy Drinking | UK News

Millions of children are at risk due to an increase in heavy drinking among adults, combined with cuts to alcohol services. An estimated 2.6 million children in the UK live with at least one parent who drinks too much. An all-party parliamentary group on children of alcoholics has found excessive …

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On a mission to relieve chronic pain | MIT News

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

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Waunakee community comes together after mental illness and addiction-related deaths

WAUNAKEE VILLAGE, Wis. (WMTV) – The Village of Waunakee came together on Saturday after what has been a difficult few years in the community: losing people of all ages to depression and substance abuse. Community leaders want to make sure people in difficulty know there are resources to help them, …

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WATCH: Former NBA guard Delonte West trains for Big 3 just two years after being homeless

Getty Images Mental health issues and substance abuse issues left former NBA guard Delonte West homeless two years ago. Now, the 38-year-old is working on finding his next professional basketball home. For the past month, West has been training daily at Pat The Roc Basketball Academy in Gaithersburg, Md., with …

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Can we prevent Internet addiction in high school?

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

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San Francisco to get non-alcoholic Speakeasy bar from Ocean Beach Cafe owner

The avenues of San Francisco are famous for their long stretches of colorful houses and lack of drinking places. In all of this calm, Joshua James literally stumbled across a space for rent. The following month, James, who also owns Ocean beach cafe in Outer Richmond, will open Temperance Bar, …

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Zimbabwe grapples with drug abuse issues during pandemic

HARARE, Zimbabwe (AP) — Tucked away in a corner of a dimly lit hallway in a dilapidated building in Zimbabwe’s Mbare township, a few drug addicts desperate for recovery prayed and encouraged each other to cut back on their habits. They passed each other a plate of cookies. Among the …

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Earls faces ‘longer-term rehabilitation’ so expect Ireland’s 100th cap to continue

KEITH EARLS WILL have to go through a ‘longer term’ rehabilitation period on the thigh injury which has kept him out of the current Six Nations campaign in Ireland. The Munster man was named in Andy Farrell’s squad ahead of the Championship but picked up the injury during pre-Six Nations …

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

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

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Alcohol Rehab in Ohio: Get the Best Treatment for Alcoholism

Did you know that alcohol use disorder affects more than 14.5 million people in the United States only. In fact, almost one in five adults in Ohio having indulged in heavy drinking or binge drinking in the past month. Fortunately, there is reliable professional support if you are looking for …

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Southwest Airlines is bringing alcoholic beverages back on planes for the first time since March 2020

PHILADELPHIA — Southwest Airlines is bringing alcoholic beverages back on flights after suspending their sale in March 2020. Beer, wine and hard liquor will be offered again from February 16, the airline said in A press release. American Airlines is the only one of the four largest US carriers that …

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Experimental brain surgery may help some people overcome drug addiction

Gina was used to surprises, but this day brought a big one. “He said, ‘They actually approached me about having brain surgery for addiction,'” she recalled. “And I literally wanted to pass out on the floor.” “They” were a research team from the Rockefeller Neuroscience Institute, based at the University …

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Warriors blank James Wiseman for 5-on-5 scrimmage in meniscus rehab

James Wiseman gets closer to the action of the NBA game. The Warriors allowed the second-year center to join his Golden State teammates in 5-on-5 scrums. In a Tuesday morning interview on 95.7 The Game, Warriors general manager Bob Myers said Wiseman was expected to start scrimmage later Tuesday. “I …

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Alcoholic son kills dad for refusing money to buy booze: police

UP murder: Police say the defendant’s wife left him because of her alcohol addiction. (Representative) Muzaffarnagar: A 70-year-old man was allegedly beaten to death by his alcoholic son in Muzaffarnagar, Uttar Pradesh, for denying him money to buy alcohol, police said on Monday. The incident happened in Gyanmajra village under …

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“Non-judgmental encourages people to engage and change” – Mental Health Social Worker of the Year

John Leavy, Mental Health Social Worker of the Year, 2021 One of the primary goals of child social work is to protect children when their parents face what is known as the “trio of vulnerabilities”: mental health issues, substance abuse and domestic violence. But what about those parents? Helping them …

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Will Rue go to rehab?

(Spoilers for this week Euphoria will be found below.) A twisted game of Russian roulette, a sex tape, and a stalled intervention. euphoria The latest episode, “A Thousand Little Trees of Blood,” ironed out a few loose ends left over from last week’s wild bender, but left us with even …

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Your Super Bowl guacamole could be harming Mexican forests

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

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Albion Park Rail alleged opal thief back in court after leaving rehab | Mercury of Illawarra

news, latest news, A man accused of being part of a $500,000 opal theft from Albion Park Rail has again faced court after running away from drug treatment. Lachlan Alcock, 28, was arrested in Barrack Heights on Friday afternoon after leaving Oolong House without notice the night before. He was …

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

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

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Researchers make non-alcoholic beer taste like regular beer

Some people find the taste to be flat and watery and this has a natural explanation, according to Sotirios Kampranis, a professor at the University of Copenhagen. “What non-alcoholic beer lacks is the aroma of hops. When you remove the alcohol from beer, for example by heating it, you also …

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Hannibal High School students learn how to prevent heroin abuse

HANNIBAL (WGEM) – The Hannibal Fire Department is trying to educate students about the harmful effects of heroin to prevent abuse from happening at a young age. Hannibal Fire public education coordinator Mark Kempker said a 14-year-old student in Canton overdosed on heroin last year. He wants to prevent such …

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Cromwell Receives OCRA Grant for Water Rehabilitation Project | News Sun

CROMWELL — The Cromwell Water Rehabilitation Project will move forward with a $700,000 federal grant announced Thursday by Lt. Gov. Suzanne Crouch and the Indiana Office of Community and Rural Affairs. ” We are pleased ! said Cromwell Clerk-Treasurer Kayla Pauley. “That means, in a nutshell, a difference in a …

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

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

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Nutri-Score creator backs alcohol label warnings as Italian wine sector calls any move an ‘affront’ to science

Pietro Paganini, founder and chairman of European think tank Competere, called the move a “affront to science and the wine sector”​, adding that this would represent a worrying “anti-alcohol orientation »by European authorities. “Over the years, science has highlighted the importance of wine in a balanced diet”,he said, adding that …

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Bryan City Council Meets to Discuss Statewide Opioid Abuse Settlement

BRYAN, Texas (KBTX) – The State of Texas continues its fight against opioid abuse. Last week, the state reached a $38 million settlement with McKinsey, one of the world’s largest consulting firms. To date, Attorney General Ken Paxton has secured more than $618 million from multiple settlements that will be …

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Blotter: Vandalism Reported at Victoria Rehabilitation Center | News

Police received a report of vandalism at 5.38pm on Monday at Best Recovery Healthcare, an alcohol and drug rehabilitation center in Victoria. A door was damaged, with the estimated cost of damage being $100 to $750. Police classified the vandalism report as a $100 to $750 criminal mischief. Criminal mischief …

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

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

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In mice, mothers with metabolic syndrome can ‘activate’ liver disease in their offspring

New research from North Carolina State University has found that a printed gene associated with the development of non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) is activated in mice that breastfeed from mothers with metabolic syndrome, even when those mice are not biologically linked. The finding supports the hypothesis that imprinted genes …

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1000-Lb Sisters’ Amy Slaton Halterman Opens Up About Her Relationship With Tammy

Speaking to The Sun, Amy Slaton Halterman explained that her sister Tammy’s rehab center was “isolated”. Located in Ohio, the facility is some distance from their home in Kentucky. However, it’s still “the best place” for his sister to get the help she needs. The goal is for Tammy to …

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Chillicothe VA team’s extra efforts to provide naloxone kits to veterans

The VA team responsible for distributing naloxone kits in Chillicothe VA has identified a plan to better meet the needs of rural veterans in Ohio. Left to right: Traci Turner-Cole, Tammy Dillard, Diana Finley and Laura Baxter. In accordance with a national mandate, VA facilities distribute naloxone kits, commonly known …

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

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

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Gwen orders Pescador Island rehabilitated

Gwendolyn Garcia, Governor of Cebu. (File photo) Arvie N. Veloso, Tito P. Tan February 05, 2022 CEBU Governor Gwendolyn Garcia has ordered the rehabilitation of Pescador Island in the town of Moalboal, southwest of Cebu, after it was damaged by Typhoon Odette (Rai). The municipal government of Moalboal had previously …

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

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

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Southwest Airlines brings booze back on planes

(CNN) — Southwest Airlines is bringing alcoholic beverages back on flights this month after suspending their sale in March 2020. Beer, wine and hard liquor will be offered again from February 16, the airline said in a press release. American Airlines is the only one of the four largest US …

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David Y.Ige | Governor’s Office Press Release: Flags to Fly at Half Mast in Memory of Former Statesman Ezra Kanoho

Governor’s Office Press Release: Flags to Fly at Half Mast in Memory of Former Statesman Ezra Kanoho Posted on February 3, 2022 in Latest Department News, Press Room, Press Releases from the Governor’s Office HONOLULU – As a mark of respect for the late Ezra Kanoho, former Kauaʻi Representative, Governor …

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Newport Beach Rehab Center’s Specialized Services Help Those Struggling With Addiction Stay Sober Long-Term | News

NEWPORT BEACH, Calif., February 3, 2022 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — Northbound Processing Center in Newport Beach continues to provide unique signature services that advance the healing journey and provide future goals for those struggling with drug or alcohol addiction. These signature services focus on a wide range of topics that benefit people …

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The risk of premature death is higher in underweight people who drink too much

A study has found that people who are underweight and drink excessively have a much higher risk of dying from heart disease, cancer and other causes than people with a healthy weight who drink more moderately. According to research, which was published in the January issue of the journal Drug …

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

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

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“Mercy Street”, by Jennifer Haigh: an excerpt

Or: Who asked him? Seriously, your dad has to take care of his own. His attempts at rational speech backfired. On her very first day on the job, a man approached her on the sidewalk – a stocky guy in Dockers and a fleece jacket, the most ordinary person you …

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Kakadu uranium rehabilitation in Rio hit by cost explosions

This fundraiser sparked a fight between Rio and ERA’s minority shareholders like Willy Packer and Richard Magides. Mr Packer declined to comment while Mr Magides had not responded at press time. The explosion of the schedule to December 2028 means that ERA and Rio will demand that the federal government …

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Senator Collins asks the experts about the COV…

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

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Opioid-related deaths soar in US and Tampa Bay

PINELLAS COUNTY, Fla. – Figures recently released by the CDC showed a startling increase in the number of opioid overdoses across the country. More than 100,000 Americans died of drug overdoses over a one-year period between May 2020 and April 2021; a 30% increase over the previous year. In the …

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John Souttar: Hearts defender misses training ahead of Hibs clash due to rehab as Rangers assess move

The centre-back was substituted in the club’s 2-0 win over Motherwell on Saturday. Rangers are still considering signing Souttar this month after the Scotland international signed a pre-contract deal to move to Ibrox this summer. Register to our Football newsletter Register to our Football newsletter They’ve already had at least …

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The growing human cost of sports betting

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

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AEW and ex-WWE star Jon Moxley show incredible new face and transformation after going through alcohol rehab

AEW star Jon Moxley has undergone a dramatic transformation after his stint in rehab for alcohol abuse. The former WWE Champion checked into rehab last November to get help for his excessive drinking. 3 Jon Moxley checked into rehab last November to get help for his alcohol abuseCredit: AEW Moxley, …

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Owlett Bill to Help Addicted Children Passes | Local/Regional

Legislation sponsored by State Rep. Clint Owlett (R-68) designed to protect children of parents struggling with substance abuse disorders has officially been signed into law. Bill 253, according to Owlett, “would finally establish a dedicated task force whose sole purpose is to identify strategies to help not only infants and …

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

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

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Alcohol in the Pandemic: Stable for Women, Declining for Men – 2022 – Alcoholism & Drug Abuse Weekly

A new RAND study found that alcohol consumption during the COVID-19 pandemic declined among men, while it remained stable among women. In general, alcohol-related problems have increased during the pandemic, by 49% for women and 69% for men, but the reasons for the problems remain unclear. The results were published …

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Peter Robbins, original voice of Charlie Brown, dies at 65

Peter Robbins, whose voice brought ‘Peanuts’ character Charlie Brown to life on television in the 1960s but who struggled with mental illness and served time in prison later in life, died on 18 January in Oceanside, California. He was 65 years old. The cause of death was suicide, according to …

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Dallas Guide to Soft Drinks in January and Beyond

axios on facebookAxios on TwitterAxios on LinkedInAxios by email A homemade French alcohol-free 75. Photo: Tasha “Spirited Away” Tsiaperas/Axios Soft drinks have come a long way since the days of having to choose between a club soda or an O’Doul’s. Why is this important: Sales of non-alcoholic alternatives increased by …

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Big E considers rehab one of the hardest things he’s ever had to do

Former WWE Champion Big E, who is also a two-time Intercontinental Champion and a former eight-time WWE Tag Team Champion, recently opened up about spending time in rehab. He said it was one of the hardest things he had ever experienced. Big E won the WWE Championship back in September. …

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Illinois woman sentenced to 14 years for meth trafficking

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

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Woman reflects on costs of alcoholism as Wisconsin loses more lives

Jenny has spent most of her life in Wisconsin, but she hasn’t always been in contact with alcohol. His parents didn’t drink much. She thought of herself as the type of student who would go out on weekends, but she would never pass out. Then that changed. In her thirties, …

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How can PCPs properly manage patients with opioid use disorder?

January 26, 2022 5 minute read Source/Disclosures Source: Healio Interview Disclosures: Lu does not report any relevant financial information. ADD A SUBJECT TO EMAIL ALERTS Receive an email when new articles are published on Please provide your email address to receive an email when new articles are published on . …

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Rehabilitation project resumes next week on I-74 bridges in Dearborn County – WRBI Radio

DEARBORN COUNTY, IN — Indiana Department of Transportation contractor Milestone Contractors LP plans to close lanes and move traffic next week at the I-74 bridges over the Whitewater River in Dearborn County. The bridges are located just under a mile west of US 52 near the Ohio state line. Initial …

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

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

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Ketamine, an “intriguing new therapy” for alcoholism

Three weekly dissociative infusions anesthetic ketamine combined with mindfulness-based relapse prevention therapy can help adults with alcohol consumption (AUD) maintain abstinence, according to new research. Preliminary results from a Phase 2, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial show that ketamine was well tolerated and, compared to placebo, associated with more days abstinence from …

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Canadians v. Wild – Match Summary – January 24, 2022

ST. PAUL, Minnesota — — The Minnesota Wild have found a new balance this season. Goals come from all over the lineup, an all-encompassing vibe that starts in the locker room and continues on the ice. Connor Dewar scored his first career goal and added an assist when Nico Sturm …

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