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Princess Charlotte Is Headed to North America on Her First Royal Tour!

Princess Charlotte Is Headed to North America on Her First Royal Tour!

After unveiling a new plaque paying tribute to veterans of Canada’s … which benefits mothers battling addiction, the Kelty Mental Health Resource …
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An Innovative Use of Case Conference to Teach Future Educators in Addiction Psychiatry.

Objective An innovative course was developed for fellows enrolled in the Yale School of Medicine Addiction Psychiatry program to educate them in key principles of adult learning, apply these principles in a case conference presentation, and to improve skills in providing and receiving feedback. Methods An initial training module on educational skills was followed by individual mentorship to prepa
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‘Snack Crack:’ Our Children’s Addiction to Sugar

A number of years ago, I took part in a video shoot in New York City with students living in an at-risk community. Before the filming began, I was talking to the kids, and I asked them what they had for breakfast. They replied, “snack crack.” I said, “Huh?” They responded, “Snack crack, you know … the adults get high by smoking crack, and we get our rush from eating and drin
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Heroin Epidemic Is Yielding to a Deadlier Cousin: Fentanyl

Cheaper and far more potent, the synthetic painkiller is becoming the drug of choice for some addicts — and is killing them more quickly. (Source: NYT Health)
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FDA now wants their own FDA-approved gateway drugs to require warning labels stating the obvious: Opiod painkillers ‘may’ cause addiction, death

Friday, March 25, 2016 by: J. D. Heyes Tags: FDA drugs, opioid warnings, addiction epidemic Permalink to this article: http://www.naturalnews.com/053425_FDA_drugs_opioid_warnings_addiction_epidemic.html Embed article link: (copy HTML code below): FDA now wants their own FDA-approved gateway drugs to require warning labels stating the obvious: Opiod painkillers ‘may’ cause addiction, death Could D
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