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    Family’s Role in Recovery

    Family’s Role in Recovery

    When working with families affected by substance abuse, it is critical to engage and support members to”Meet Family Members Where They Are.” Caregivers must begin their approach with empathy, without judgment, and with a focus on building influence to help reach personal and family goals. Join Addiction Professional and Bellevue University’s Director of Clinical Counseling

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    Whole Foods’ sold real chicken salad as vegan

    Justin Sullivan/Getty Images Source Article from http://feeds.cbsnews.com/~r/CBSNewsHealth/~3/ierkWSeVyZs/

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    Taming the synthetic drug beast

    Taming the synthetic drug beast

    The addiction treatment industry involves a constellation of organizations extending across many sectors, including treatment and recovery groups, pharmaceutical companies, legal services, hospitals, behavioral health organizations, employee benefits and insurance firms, healthcare technology companies, nutritionists, fitness coaches and advisers, and toxicology labs. All organizations within the industry share broad and difficult challenges, and each individual

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    Commonly Abused Drugs

    Commonly Abused Drugs

    Lists substances of abuse, including tobacco, alcohol, illicit and prescription drugs, listing their common and street names, how they are generally administered, and their potentially harmful health effects. Tobacco Category & Name Examples of Commercial & Street Names DEA Schedule How Administered* Nicotine Found in cigarettes, cigars, bidis, and smokeless tobacco (snuff, spit tobacco, chew) Not

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    Seattle teen’s illness attributed to grill brush bristle

    Doctors have discovered that the cause of a 16-year-old’s mysterious vomiting illness is a grill brush bristle that he accidentally ate. Tristin Beck of Mountlake Terrace, Wash. thought he had bad stomach cramps or a virus when he couldn’t stop throwing up, The Seattle Times reported. His mother said that doctors at Seattle Children’s Hospital

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    Corporate community can improve health by participating in American Cancer … Atlanta Business Chronicle (blog)

    Corporate community can improve health by participating in American Cancer … Atlanta Business Chronicle (blog)

      News 1 new result for georgia health Corporate community can improve health by participating in American Cancer … Atlanta Business Chronicle (blog) The metro Atlanta corporate community has an extraordinary opportunity to have a major impact on the health of not only its employees but of all Georgia residents. The American Cancer Society is

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    Water, "luck" aid Bangladeshi seamstress’s survival after being trapped 17 days

    An incredible story of survival in which a seamstress lived 17 days trapped in the rubble of a collapsed building in Bangladesh has many asking one question: How? Play Video Survivor pulled from collapsed factory in Bangladesh Bangladesh rescue workers said Friday they freed the woman trapped in the ruins of a garment factory that

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    NFL and former players battle in court over concussions

    PHILADELPHIA A federal court hearing Tuesday in Philadelphia could determine whether the NFL faces years of litigation over concussion-related brain injuries. Thousands of former players have accused league officials of concealing what they knew about the risk of playing after a concussion. The lawsuits allege the league glorified violence as the game became a $9

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    • 09 JUN 13
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    Mother pleads for child’s lung transplant

    (CBS News) In Philadelphia, two terminally-ill children have until this Friday to receive the lung transplants that could save their lives. That’s when a judge’s order is set to expire, and their chances of receiving donor organs could be dramatically reduced. Millie Martinez’s son Javier is one of 70 children nationwide waiting for a lung

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    Mother pleads for child’s lung transplant

    (CBS News) In Philadelphia, two terminally-ill children have until this Friday to receive the lung transplants that could save their lives. That’s when a judge’s order is set to expire, and their chances of receiving donor organs could be dramatically reduced. Millie Martinez’s son Javier is one of 70 children nationwide waiting for a lung

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    Sequential Management Group’s Health Screenings

    Sequential Management Group’s Health Screenings

    At our core, Sequential Management Group is an operating laboratory and maintains its federal CLIA license and state licenses and permits in every US jurisdiction Sequential ‘s wellness has provided health screening services to over 100 organizations, servicing  5% of the US Fortune 500 companies. Last year alone, Sequential Management Group  provided over one thousand

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    Mother pleads for child’s lung transplant

    (CBS News) In Philadelphia, two terminally-ill children have until this Friday to receive the lung transplants that could save their lives. That’s when a judge’s order is set to expire, and their chances of receiving donor organs could be dramatically reduced. Millie Martinez’s son Javier is one of 70 children nationwide waiting for a lung

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    • 09 JUN 13
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    Mother pleads for child’s lung transplant

    (CBS News) In Philadelphia, two terminally-ill children have until this Friday to receive the lung transplants that could save their lives. That’s when a judge’s order is set to expire, and their chances of receiving donor organs could be dramatically reduced. Millie Martinez’s son Javier is one of 70 children nationwide waiting for a lung

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    • 09 JUN 13
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    Mother pleads for child’s lung transplant

    (CBS News) In Philadelphia, two terminally-ill children have until this Friday to receive the lung transplants that could save their lives. That’s when a judge’s order is set to expire, and their chances of receiving donor organs could be dramatically reduced. Millie Martinez’s son Javier is one of 70 children nationwide waiting for a lung

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