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Music roundup: Billy Strings plans Dec. 9 show in Stoughton

Music roundup: Billy Strings plans Dec. 9 show in Stoughton

It addresses such contentious issues as the country’s gun culture, the opioid-addiction epidemic and building walls to prevent immigration. … Comedian Ian Bagg moved to New York City from his native Canada in 1996 and became a regular at the Comic Strip and the Comedy Cellar in New York.
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Doctors misled on pain treatment

So, like most doctors in America, he embraced opioids as a long-awaited answer for patients suffering with pain. Before long, inside the exam …. Teater sees that struggle every week in his medical practice, which is now exclusively focused on helping people beat addiction. Seeing that struggle is why …
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Opioid fight gets high-tech Ottawa weapon

With Canada and the United States in the throes of an ongoing opioid crisis that has resulted in thousands of overdose deaths, an early stage Ottawa startup believes business can help with addiction recovery in ways health experts haven’t tried yet. The opioid crisis has quickly become the most …
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Smartphone addiction causes brain chemistry imbalance

Smartphones are nearly ubiquitous these days, but it may be wise — for your…Read more on AuntMinnie.comRelated Reading:
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Hearing titled ” Addressing the Opioid Crisis in America: Prevention, Treatment & Recovery “

Subcommittee on Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Hearing on the opioid epidemic from December 2017. Speakers include Patrick Kennedy of the President’s Commission on Combatting Drug Addiction and the Opioid Crisis, Dr. Francis Collins of the NIH, and Dr. Elinore McCance-Katz of SAMHSA. (Source:
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