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Reuven Rivlin, Miriam Adelson to get honorary doctorates from Ariel U.

The Jerusalem Post 21 Jun 2021
Ariel University will present honorary doctorates to Israel's outgoing President Reuven Rivlin and to Dr ... Rivlin's doctorate will be given in recognition for his lifelong work to strengthen Israel and help bridge the many societal divisions within the country. .
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Psychiatric centres see occupancy jump amid pandemic

The Jordan Times 21 Jun 2021
Doctor Abdullah Abu Adas, consultant of psychiatry and addiction treatment, indicated that during the pandemic many psychosocial issues surfaced, and it is expected that there will be new patterns of psychosocial behaviour following the pandemic as well ... “The pandemic affected people’s sense of security, whether it was social, economic, or personal.
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Commentary: The kids who aren’t all right — the pandemic’s lasting toll on youth mental health

Johnson City Press 20 Jun 2021
She was hunched over a stretcher at the far end of the hallway ... Scott Hadland, a pediatrician and addiction specialist at the Grayken Center for Addiction at Boston Medical Center, told me he has seen similar issues in his practice ... Lala Tanmoy Das is a medical and doctoral student studying the neurobiology of addiction in New York City ... ....
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Rich Archbold: The Buchfuhrers — celebrating Father’s Day as doctor team

LA Daily News 20 Jun 2021
When Julia Buchfuhrer was growing up, she had a special bond with her father, Mark Buchfuhrer, but, hard as he tried, he could not persuade her to become a doctor like he was ... He finally got his wish when his daughter decided to go to medical school and become a doctor, but that wasn’t the end of the story.
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The pandemic’s lasting toll on youth mental health, by Lala Tanmoy Das

The Keene Sentinel 19 Jun 2021
She was hunched over a stretcher at the far end of the hallway ... Scott Hadland, a pediatrician and addiction specialist at the Grayken Center for Addiction at Boston Medical Center, told me he has seen similar issues in his practice ... Lala Tanmoy Das is a medical and doctoral student studying the neurobiology of addiction in New York City ... .
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Teen who fatally stabbed 16-year-old faces possible jail time

Castanet 19 Jun 2021
Meanwhile, doctors fought to save Beauregard, who had almost completely bled out ... She has abstained from alcohol and drug use, and completed a 10-week live-in addiction treatment program. Killoran relied on several doctors' reports that said incarcerating his client could risk undoing the progress she's made.
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Why and How Doctors have Betrayed Patients

Principia Scientific 19 Jun 2021
Once upon a time, many years ago, shortly after I had qualified as a doctor, I got a job as a GP ... Millions of patients became hooked on the hideously addictive benzodiazepine drugs because doctors were told they were safe and effective – and then ignored the evidence and prescribed them by the lorry load.
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Residential Recovery Center coming to Reading

Daily Times Chronicle 18 Jun 2021
MIDDLESEX - Officials from a Lowell-based addictions ... Originally marketed in 1995 as non-habit forming, Oxycontin, in generic form known as oxycodone, was widely prescribed by doctors for well over a decade before regulators realized the painkiller was indeed quite addictive.
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WNC health care providers work to cut opioid prescriptions

Mountain Xpress 17 Jun 2021
At the beginning, McIssac mostly saw clients who were addicted to methamphetamine ... But when McIssac asks his clients how they came to abuse fentanyl, he says, they usually tell a story of turning to the substance after getting addicted to prescription opioids ... For folks with addiction, that’s helpful, definitely.”.
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The Sacklers Killed As Many Americans As El Chapo And Are Not In Prison

Democratic Underground 17 Jun 2021
Telling doctors it wasn't addictive, and bribing them to prescribe it for ...
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The Shrink Next Door: the popular podcast is coming to our TV screens with Paul Rudd, Will Ferrell and Katherine Hahn

Stylist 17 Jun 2021
Based on real-life events, this dark comedy explores what happens when a doctor-patient relationship turns exploitative and abusive. Excellent news for all you podcast addicts – the story that became a viral pod sensation is coming to small screens soon, starring comedy stalwarts Paul Rudd and Will Ferrell.
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Criminal penalties for all drug use would end under bill unveiled by N.J. congresswoman

NJ dot com 15 Jun 2021
New Jersey Rep ... Watson Coleman and her co-sponsor, Rep. Cori Bush, D-Mo ... Sen. Cory Booker has said ... It’s not ... Chris Christie expanded the use of drug courts, which offer treatment rather than incarceration for nonviolent drug addicts. “Those who are struggling should be handled by doctors and counselors, not judges and jailers,” Watson Coleman said ... .
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Op-Ed: My daughter fell off the mental health care cliff, and I have to jump ...

Johnson City Press 13 Jun 2021
Of our rising mental health problems — suicides, homelessness — doctors use the word “tsunami.” On average, says the National Alliance on Mental Illness, one person dies by suicide in the U.S ... Not OK enough to be helped much by once-a-week therapy, not an addict fit for rehab ... That evening a doctor from the ICU called.
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Op-Ed: The kids who aren’t all right — the pandemic’s lasting toll on youth mental health

The Los Angeles Times 13 Jun 2021
She was hunched over a stretcher at the far end of the hallway ... Scott Hadland, a pediatrician and addiction specialist at the Grayken Center for Addiction at Boston Medical Center, told me he has seen similar issues in his practice ... Opinion ... Lala Tanmoy Das is a medical and doctoral student studying the neurobiology of addiction in New York City ... Gov.
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For South County health care workers, a lesson in substance use disorder stigma

The Berkshire Eagle 12 Jun 2021
Gary Pratt has felt the weight of addiction stigma — even inside the walls of a hospital. A snide comment from a doctor ... The five-week, 10-hour curriculum at BCC aims to reduce stigma by training everyone from social workers to hospital receptionists in everything from the latest science of addiction to motivational interviewing.
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