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Addiction: no shame and no blame

Addiction: no shame and no blame

… reader who genuinely wanted to know how the newspaper would approach and “clean up” the drug crisis faced by our community and all of North America, if we … The Centre also says that stigma towards people with addiction and mental health problems results directly in patients avoiding treatment.
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TIMELINES 2/1/18

On Tuesday Jan. 31, President Donald Trump delivered his first State of the Union address. He spoke for an hour and 20 minutes about a variety of topics ranging from drug abuse and opioid addiction to North Korea and terrorism. The focused on putting America first, bipartisanship and undoing former …
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Plainsboro looks to battle opiate addiction through CARE program

Screening individuals for CARE and matching them with a certified recovery coach at Recovery Advocates of America will become part of the arrest process. Another focus of … Beatty has been a teacher in the #NotEvenOnce opiate and addiction education program started last fall at High School North.
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Vancouver forges new paths in revival of psychedelic research

Working for the Centre for Addictions Research of B.C., he was one of a small team of scientists who observed 12 people take ayahuasca, an Amazonian … Decades ago, scientists across North America eagerly investigated the clinical benefits of psychedelic and otherwise psychoactive substances.
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Facebook says its users are spending 50 million fewer hours a day on the platform

Facebook also reported what seems to be its first-ever decline in daily-active users in the United States and Canada. That number, which has been plateauing in recent quarters, fell from 185 million to 184 million. Despite that decline, the company’s total daily active users worldwide rose to 1.4 billion …
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