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Investors Turning to Psychedelic Market as Renaissance Continues into New Wave of Diseases

The Salamanca Press 27 Sep 2021
... hard-to-treat mental health diseases, namely depression, addiction, post-traumatic stress disorder, and anxiety ... Affecting up to 3.5% of females and 2.0% of males, binge eating disorder is a result of addictive behaviors toward food that can be difficult for patients to break.
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Coroner: ‘Wire’ actor Williams died from mix of fentanyl, heroin, cocaine

The Keene Sentinel 25 Sep 2021
NEW YORK — “The Wire” actor Michael K ... The Flatbush native, who publicly struggled with addiction, was found dead on Sept ... Over the years, Williams, 54, had spoken openly about his struggles with drug addiction, both before breaking into show business and during his time on the HBO’s groundbreaking hit series set in Baltimore, “The Wire.” ... .
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‘Wire’ actor Michael K. Williams died from mix of fentanyl, heroin, cocaine, coroner says

Finger Lakes Times 24 Sep 2021
NEW YORK — “The Wire” actor Michael K ... The Flatbush native, who publicly struggled with addiction, was found dead on Sept ... Over the years, Williams, 54, had spoken openly about his struggles with drug addiction, both before breaking into show business and during his time on the HBO’s groundbreaking hit series set in Baltimore, “The Wire.” ... ———. .
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Around the region

Decatur Daily 24 Sep 2021
Street and 1st Judicial District Attorney General Ken Baldwin said addiction can be ... Street’s new approach may be the solution for thousands of local residents struggling with addiction, and we can’t think of a better use for the settlement funds than to help them break free.
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How to help your teen develop a healthier relationship with social media

The Irish Times 24 Sep 2021
... Lembke, the chief of the Stanford Addiction Medicine Dual Diagnosis Clinic at Stanford University and the author of “Dopamine Nation.” ... Take digital breaks when needed and encourage your kids to log off too. “Social media platforms are designed to be addictive,” Dr Twenge said.
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Dear Annie: Reader dishes up a bit of sympathy for disappointed diner

The Oregonian 23 Sep 2021
In a recent column, a reader stated his wife has a serious addiction to pain pills after years of being prescribed them, hasn’t worked in those years, spends most of her time in bed, breaks into pill safes and begs for more pills. You told him that his wife has a severe opioid addiction.
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Dear Annie: Disappointing dinner warrants some sympathy

Lehigh Valley 23 Sep 2021
In a recent column, a reader stated his wife has a serious addiction to pain pills after years of being prescribed them, hasn’t worked in those years, spends most of her time in bed, breaks into pill safes and begs for more pills. You told him that his wife has a severe opioid addiction.
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Biden decision to ban horses for border patrol draws backlash from Republicans

Floyd County Chronicle 23 Sep 2021
Initial reports indicated agents were using whips on the migrants, though that was later debunked ... Psaki said there is now an investigation into the issue ... The 'fighter' who set-up a network to help families navigate their loved ones' opioid addictions and the associated traumas. Legal analyst breaks down the reality of Trump's lawsuit ... .
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Consulting doctors can lead to proper diagnosis

Sulphur Springs News-Telegram 22 Sep 2021
In a recent column, a reader stated his wife has a serious addiction to pain pills after years of being prescribed them, hasn't worked in those years, spends most of her time in bed, breaks into pill safes and begs for more pills. You told him that his wife has a severe opioid addiction.
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Disappointing dinner warrants some sympathy

The Times & Democrat 22 Sep 2021
In a recent column, a reader stated his wife has a serious addiction to pain pills after years of being prescribed them, hasn't worked in those years, spends most of her time in bed, breaks into pill safes and begs for more pills. You told him that his wife has a severe opioid addiction.
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Dear Annie: 'Pseudo-addiction' can mean pain isn't controlled

News & Record 22 Sep 2021
In a recent column, a reader stated his wife has a serious addiction to pain pills after years of being prescribed them. She hasn't worked in those years, spends most of her time in bed, breaks into pill safes and begs for more pills. You told him that his wife has a severe opioid addiction.
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Dear Annie: You should always check your order before leaving a restaurant

Michigan Live 22 Sep 2021
In a recent column, a reader stated his wife has a serious addiction to pain pills after years of being prescribed them, hasn’t worked in those years, spends most of her time in bed, breaks into pill safes and begs for more pills. You told him that his wife has a severe opioid addiction.
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Editorial Roundup: Tennessee

The Greeneville Sun 22 Sep 2021
Street and 1st Judicial District Attorney General Ken Baldwin said addiction can be ... Street’s new approach may be the solution for thousands of local residents struggling with addiction, and we can’t think of a better use for the settlement funds than to help them break free.
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Billings woman's fake check scheme gets her 3.5 years in prison

Billings Gazette 22 Sep 2021
“Rathie recruited local drug addicts to burglarize houses, automobiles, and mail boxes and steal mail and other materials so she could fraudulently cash checks using the victim’s stolen identification," Acting U.S ... Other addicts knew Rathie was interested in materials and would either sell or give her the documents they stole.
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Popular South actress' 'high' at a star studded event becomes talk of the town

Bollywood Life 21 Sep 2021
This popular South actress had to stay away from the limelight due to her alcohol addiction ... This popular South actress had to stay away from the limelight due to her alcohol addiction. Yes, the actress had to take a break from films after she shared a screen with a big superstar ... .
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