Wednesday, February 27, 2019

How traffic affects your mental health...

February 26, 2019 • Vol. 6., No. 32
For Treatment Industry & Recovery Community
Treatment program where patients died operated unlicensed for yearsVIDEO
Feb. 22, 2019 - The state sent several letters ordering the program to stop taking clients - all but one triggered by a fatal drug overdose at the facility.
Burberry sorry for ‘suicide’ hoodie with noose around neck
February 2019 - Burberry has apologised for featuring a hoodie with a noose around the neck at London Fashion Week. The fashion brand was criticised by one of its own models, Liz Kennedy, in a long post on Instagram in which she said: “Suicide is not fashion.”
Comedian Brody Stevens and ‘The Hangover’ star dies from apparent suicide
Feb. 22, 2019 - “Brody was an inspiring voice who was a friend to many in the comedy community. He pushed creative boundaries and his passion for his work and his love of baseball were contagious,” his reps said in a statement to Us. “He was beloved by many and will be greatly missed. We respectfully ask for privacy at this time.”
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Bel Air, CA Doctors and Nurses Arrested In Massive Prescription Drug Sting
Feb. 22, 2019 - LOS ANGELES, CA — Four people, including two doctors, were arrested Thursday... Dr. Michael Anthony Simental of Corona, 47, who practiced at the Kaiser Permanente - Dr. Reza Ray Ehsan of Bel-Air, 60, - Saloumeh Rahbarvafaei of Northridge, 40, - Ana Leblanc of Chino Hills, 33...
Time for BIG PHARMA to Have Their Tobacco Moment
Feb. 24, 2018 - Twenty-five years ago, Congress hauled before it the top executives of the nation’s seven largest tobacco companies and forced them to make a number of long-overdue admissions about cigarettes — including that they might cause cancer and heart disease...
“No, the only tired I was, was tired of giving in.” —Rosa Parks
Making a Killing VIDEO
Former FDA commissioner says FDA erred in allowing drug companies to promote opioids 60 MINUTES VIDEO
Feb. 21, 2019 - Dr. David Kessler, the FDA commissioner in the 1990s at the time Purdue’s powerful, long-acting opioid Oxycontin was first approved, says the FDA never should have allowed the drug and others like it to be broadly marketed for chronic pain patients.
Equal Opportunity Killer VIDEO
Opioids Claiming More African-American Lives VIDEO
February 22, 2019 - For much of its horrific history, the faces of deadly opioid epidemic which have ravaged the Rust Belt and killed more than 350,000 Americans since 1999 were largely white. That is rapidly changing, {for example} the death rate from opioids in the District of Columbia, where nearly half the residents are black, has tripled every year since 2013.
Museums Uneasy at Donations Tainted by Opioid Profits
Feb. 20, 2019 - Two prominent institutions, the New York Academy of Sciences and Columbia University, are joining the list of universities, museums and nonprofits currently reviewing their philanthropic relationships with members of the Sackler family, owners of pain-pill maker Purdue Pharma LP.
How traffic affects your mental health and relationships PODCAST
February 21, 2019 - Studies show that long commutes can have negative effects on your mental health, well-being, and personal relationships.
After hitting ‘rock bottom,’ some addicts and alcoholics find a road to recovery
February 23, 2019 - In addiction phraseology, it’s often called “rock bottom.” It’s a state of mind known as the nadir of suffering, an overwhelming feeling of hopelessness. Sometimes it’s a jumpoff point at which misery is traded for normalcy and meaning, where one life ends and another begins.
Acting As If VIDEO
Elisabeth Moss struggles with sobriety as punk rocker VIDEO
Feb. 22, 2019 - Elisabeth Moss showed her punk rock side in a new trailer released Thursday for her upcoming movie Her Smell. The 36-year-old actress portrays Becky Something, lead singer of 1990s rock band Something She, in the drama by director Alex Ross Perry, 34.
Everclear frontman shares story of addiction and recovery
February 21, 2019 - A ‘90s rock band singer is sharing his addiction story in hopes of helping others. Everclear frontman Art Alexakis is in town to talk about his past addictions to drugs and alcohol and his path to recovery.
Ohio doctor under investigation after dozens of overdose deaths
Feb. 20, 2019 - A doctor at a Catholic health system in Ohio has been fired after being accused of prescribing excessive doses of drugs to at least 30 ailing patients, some near death and some not. The accusations have also prompted the suspension of 20 hospital staff and over a dozen lawsuits alleging wrongful death.
Supreme Court Limits Drug War’s Civil Asset Forfeiture
February 22, 2019 - The war on drugs invented civil asset forfeiture as we know it today. But on February 20, the Supreme Court ruled unanimously to limit a key drug war policy that allows state and local law enforcement agencies to seize items or property that they deem connected to crime.
15 Male Celebrities Who Have Struggled with Depression
Feb. 22, 2019 - Celebrities: they’re just like us. If you’ve ever had a bout of depression, then you know how it is to feel alone and anxious. So do these guys, each of whom has opened up in one way or another about their own struggles with mental illness. And most, if not all, have done something about it.
Intensely Private, Deeply Invested: Richard Sackler’s role in court documents
Feb. 22, 2019 - He is one of the most elusive yet notorious figures in medicine. He is so private that few public photographs of him exist. Yet, newly disclosed documents provide a glimpse into the mindset and decision-making of Dr. Richard Sackler, the onetime chief executive of Purdue Pharma, “You won’t believe how committed I am to make OxyContin a huge success ... It is almost that I dedicated my life to it.
It's Real to Them VIDEO
Mental illness larger problem for teens than substance abuseVIDEO
Drinking 2 diet beverages a day linked to stroke, heart attacks
February 16, 2019 - Drinking artificially sweetened beverages is linked to increased risk for ischemic stroke, coronary heart disease, and all-cause mortality in women, new research shows.
Mystery Drug VIDEO
Kratom shows risk of neo-natal withdrawal, drastic increase in calls to poison control centersVIDEO
Feb. 21, 2019 - A new study published this week by the Center for Injury Research and Policy and the Central Ohio Poison Center at Nationwide Children’s Hospital found a dramatic increase in calls to U.S. poison control centers for kratom exposure, and highlighted the need to educate pregnant women on the
Stunning VIDEO
Triple overdose: Body cameras show Narcan rescue VIDEO
Feb. 22, 2019 - The video shows three people suffering from symptoms of drug overdose at the same gas station. “You wake up, you’re smacking at him, you’re screaming, you’re shaking stuff around, and they’re not doing anything,”...
The Only Good Ice VIDEO
Ice climbing helped her out of addiction; now, she’s pulling others up VIDEO
February 22, 2019 - After strapping on all the required safety gear like helmets and crampons for our boots, Margo Talbot gives one last piece of advice before she starts climbing a wall of ice. If any ice starts coming down, move.”
Please Stop Coming Back VIDEO
Peer-recovery program helps inmates battling addiction VIDEO
Feb. 22, 2019 - Having support when I walk out this door, that’s the biggest key to helping us and giving us hope. Hope is the biggest thing in this life long struggle because if you don’t have hope there’s not much opportunity to grow,” Jonathan Fairbanks said, who has struggled with addiction since he was 15 years old. 
Study Links Unhealthy Diet to Mental Illness in Adults
Feb. 21, 2019 - A study has found that poor mental health is linked with poor diet quality — regardless of personal characteristics such as gender age, education, age, marital status and income level. The study, published Feb. 16 in the International Journal of Food Sciences and Nutrition-
Too Late? VIDEO
How to Quit Your Smartphone Addiction VIDEO
Feb. 22, 2019 - Many say they want to cut back on the screen time, but only around half who try succeed. Georgetown Professor Cal Newport, author of “Digital Minimalism,” says it is possible to quit your smartphone addiction for good.
More States Say Doctors Must Offer Narcan With Opioids
February 21, 2019 - New state laws and regulations in California, Virginia, Arizona, Ohio, Washington, Vermont and Rhode Island require physicians to “co-prescribe” or at least offer naloxone prescriptions when prescribing opioids to patients considered at high risk of
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