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5 percent of world population abused drugs recently: UN
Posted in Addiction, Opioid

Drug abuse and addiction is a menace in many nations of the world. Reiterating the fact, the World Drug Report released by the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) on June 22, 2017, said that roughly 5 percent of the world population abused drugs at least once during the past few years. In […]


Diagnosing ADHD in adult patients is challenging

Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) affects both children and adults, though it is often associated only with children and often goes unnoticed in adults. The functional impact of ADHD in adults is different from that in children and this makes it difficult to arrive at a proper diagnosis. It is usually assumed that the hyperactivity/impulsivity […]


Do psychopaths become good CEOs?

Employees more often than not view their bosses as diabolical, with an overambitious strategy and unachievable targets. Oftentimes, the mere presence of the CEO is enough to send the workers squirming, petrified that they might be at the receiving end of his or her salvos. A study, presented at the Australian Psychological Society Congress in […]


Health Care Hits Roadblock: Americans Exhale

– By Lise Millay Stevens There were three firm holdouts, the Congressional Budget Office had just issued a scathing report, and more senators were threatening to jump ship. As the drama built and the ‘no’ votes accumulated, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell called for delaying the vote on the Better Care Reconciliation Act, the Trump […]


The Jury Is Out: CBO Report Confirms Millions Will Lose Insurance If Senate Bill Passes

– By Lise Millay Stevens The non-partisan Congressional Budget Office released its assessment of the Better Care Reconciliation Act, the Senate health care bill aimed at repealing and replacing the Obama administration’s Affordable Care Act. The numbers are devastating; within nine years, 50 million Americans would lose their health insurance if the bill becomes the […]


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