Friday, December 10, 2021

In the News: Surgeon General Says COVID Worsened Youth Mental Health Crisis

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Surgeon General: COVID Worsened Youth Mental Health Crisis

A new U.S. Surgeon General’s Advisory says the COVID-19 pandemic has worsened the nation’s youth mental health crisis, and calls for a rapid response.


Study Suggests Marijuana Use May Interfere With Sleep

Marijuana use may interfere with sleep, a new study suggests.


Federal Government Announces $30 Million Harm Reduction Program

The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration on Wednesday announced a $30 million harm reduction program to help address the nation’s substance use and overdose epidemic, Newsweek reports.



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Other Headlines of Interest

Can You Drink Alcohol After Getting the COVID Booster Shot? Here's What a Doctor Says (NBC Chicago)

This strip of paper can help prevent a drug overdose (CNN)

From Addiction, Prison and Sleeping in Bus to Store Manager (Associated Press)


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