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10-17   Oktoberfest: Tradition or an Excuse for Excessive Drinking?

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By Dan Marzullo Oktoberfest is nearly synonymous with Germans eating schnitzel and drinking beer, although the party has stretched far beyond the boundaries of Bavaria. Observance of Oktoberfest has spilled into the United Kingdom, the United States and such far-flung and diverse places around the globe as Australia and India. The original event was held […]

10-13   US witnesses opioid addiction; poorest countries have no access to opioids: Study

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Close to 26 million people die every year in the world due to flaws in the pain management programs, said a recent study, published in The Lancet in October 2017. Rich countries like the United States may have a huge supply of opioid painkillers, but in several poverty-stricken countries, they are either rare or not […]

10-09   White House official’s son found to make big investments in marijuana industry

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Major investment in a marijuana firm by the son of a top official in the Trump administration has left many fuming. As per reports published in the New York Daily News, Shane McMahon, son of Linda McMahon, head of President Donald Trump’s Small Business Administration gave $500,000 to EnviroGrow in 2015, a company dealing with […]

10-06   Las Vegas shooter was on anti-anxiety medicine in June, say reports

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As the country is still trying to come to grips with the tragedy in the wake of the Sunday’s dastardly mass shooting in Las Vegas, which left 58 dead and hundreds injured, it has now emerged that the perpetrator’s mental state could also be behind the act. Conjectures are rife as to what led Stephen […]

10-05   Threats to ACA a Disaster for Addiction and Behavioral Health Access

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By Dan Marzullo Since it was first signed into law, The Affordable Care Act (a.k.a., Obamacare) has expanded healthcare services to 28 million more Americans. When the current administration speaks about repealing and replacing vital legislation, it threatens the livelihoods of millions of people who receive life-saving mental and behavioral health coverage. Contrary to what […]

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