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Marijuana legalization becomes a bone of contention between states and Feds

07-17   Marijuana legalization becomes a bone of contention between states and Feds

For the U.S., marijuana is more than just a drug. Affinity toward the drug owing to its supposed medicinal effects and lack of information about its potential hazards had turned it into a major cause of disagreement among political rivals during the presidential elections in 2016. Democratic Party members expounding their views in favor of […]


Patients Discharged From Psychiatric Care Highly Vulnerable To Suicides

06-02   Patients Discharged From Psychiatric Care Highly Vulnerable To Suicides

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Psychiatric patients discharged from mental health care facilities are at higher risk of committing suicide, which continues to be the case for many years. This has been corroborated by a new study conducted by researchers at the University of New South Wales in Australia. “Discharged patients have suicide rates many times that in the general […]


New marijuana products and edibles leading to unexpected highs

05-23   New marijuana products and edibles leading to unexpected highs

Gone are the days when one used to get high with a spliff, people, these days, are experiencing unexpected highs even by consuming newly launched marijuana products and edibles, says a recent study conducted by the RTI International in Colorado. These products started flooding the market soon after recreational marijuana became legal. In Colorado, adult […]


Alcohol Awareness Month: Family history of alcoholism associated with hangover memories

04-03   Alcohol Awareness Month: Family history of alcoholism associated with hangover memories

Alcoholism and its disastrous effects are a big problem in the United States. This is evident from the numbers released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) – roughly one in 10 deaths among adults, aged 20-64 years, occur due to unbridled drinking habit. To raise the level of awareness and understanding among […]


Massachusetts expanding its mental health care resources

02-02   Massachusetts expanding its mental health care resources

Massachusetts is most likely to benefit from the introduction of 415 new addiction and psychiatric treatment beds by the end of 2016. This significant step forward for the state adds to the 300 beds already set up during Governor Charlie Baker’s first year in office through the Executive Office of Health and Human Services. A […]


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