Where Can I Find A Doctor

My medical care is on my mind. I’m not getting the best in NH. I’m dying. My doctors are nice but I am afraid they…

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A Sense Of Well-being Could Be The Solution

If you could have anything in the world, what would that be? Money, a big house, a luxury car, power, the American Dream. How about…

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Suicide: What To Do When A Friend Waves Red Flags

Aren’t we all at risk for suicide? A risk factor for suicide is exposure to suicide. What do you do when a friend or family…

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I Am “Homeless”

I Am “Homeless!”It’s stressful living from your suitcase in a car. In San Francisco, I saw many homeless people. Walking by each homeless person laying…

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Survival mode is supposed to be a phase that helps save your life. It is not meant to be how you live.

Trigger finger

Letters from the State Hospital is a great blog. This reblogged post is about life in a US mental hospital. A staggering number of patients…

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Medical Alert: Chronic Discrimination Syndrome On The Rise

Each year, millions die from preventable complications of Chronic Discrimination Syndrome (CDS). It afflicts 100% of the black population. It’s not well-researched and treatment options…

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Could Excessive Drinking Be The Reason For Kavanaugh’s Amnesia?

Could acute excessive alcohol intake account for Kavanaugh and his friends’ gaps in memory? New allegations of sexual misconduct against Judge Kavanaugh has emerged. The…

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Medicine’s Financial Contamination

nyti.ms/2CZi2z5 The latest scandal marks an especially sad failure to meet those ideals. In statements to industry analysts and the American Association for Cancer Research,…

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States Show the Way on the Opioid Epidemic

nyti.ms/2MLCMhC The successes on these fronts can be attributed in part to efforts to boost rates of insured individuals — people who are dependent on…

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This E.R. Treats Opioid Addiction on Demand

nyti.ms/2MvBJCe By providing buprenorphine around the clock to people in crisis — people who may never otherwise seek medical care — these E.R.s are doing…

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Catholic Hospitals Expand

As Catholic Hospitals Expand, So Do Limits on Some Procedures

www.nytimes.com/2018/08/10/health/catholic-hospitals-procedures.html By Katie Hafner One in six hospital patients in the United States is now treated in a Catholic facility, according to the Catholic Health…

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Antisocial Personality Disorder

Mind Over Monster: An Overview of the Antisocial Mind and the Antisocial Brain

A unique lens to view people with anti-social personality disorders (ASPD). A reblogged post that peeks into the mind and brain of ASPD.

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