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Betty Pfefferbaum, M.D., J.D., and Carol S. North, M.D., M.P.E. - New England Journal of Medicine Uncertain prognoses, looming severe shortages of resources for testing and treatment and for protecting responders and health care providers from infection, imposition of unfamiliar public health measures that infringe on personal freedoms, large and growing financial losses, and conflicting...
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By Keri Malinoski, MA, CAP, Hanley Foundation Prevention Specialist “I think dogs are the most amazing creatures. They give unconditional love. For me they are the role model for being alive.”  – Gilda Radner Almost any pet owner can cite numerous advantages of having a cuddly companion around the home....
By Heather Rogers, Hanley Foundation Prevention Specialist “She swings…there’s contact…. it’s outta here!” There’s no better feeling as an athlete than seeing that perfect pitch, the feeling of making solid contact and hearing that boom off the bat. Whether it sails over the fence or it’s a line shot...
Nick News Presents: Kids, Race, and Unity | Hosted By Alicia Keys Hosted by Alicia Keys, Nick News talks with founders and leaders of the Black Lives Matter movement, offer tools for families to have constructive conversations about race, and highlights teen activists who are fighting racial injustice in Kids, Race and Unity.
Katie Mather, Yahoo Life At its foundation, TikTok is supposed to be a fun and silly app with lip syncs, challenges, dances and funny videos. But, as with most social media, there is an underlying dark side to the platform that parents and fans of the app should be aware of.
By Dr. Nora Volkow, National Institute on Drug Abuse Taking prescription drugs in a way that hasn't been recommended by a doctor can be more dangerous than people think. In fact, it's drug abuse. And it's illegal, just like taking street drugs. Why Do People Abuse Prescription Drugs?
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The Addiction Elephant in the Room This article was written by Joshua Shane Horton, Director of Public Policy for the Hanley Foundation. Joshua S. Horton is also an attorney in Palm Beach County at The Joshua S. Horton Law Firm, PA. The Firm specializes in Substance Use Disorder Law. This year...
Written by Jane Kent Ways to Cope with Isolation While in Recovery Addiction is sometimes referred to as ‘a disease of isolation’ and during current times, when COVID-19 is keeping people confined to their homes, loneliness can be a trigger that should be battled proactively. Those in recovery who benefited from attending group...
Originally Published on unitedwaybroward.org The COVID-19 pandemic is a stressful time for our community, and some may find it difficult to cope. There are ways you can boost your mental wellness, even while practicing social distancing!  STRESS REDUCTION TECHNIQUES Take a break!  Schedule time when you will...

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