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Michael L. Saile, Jr. Named One of the "10 Best" Pennsylvania DUI/DWI Lawyers

Michael L. Saile, Jr. Named One of the "10 Best" Pennsylvania DUI/DWI Lawyers
He currently holds a position on the Board of Directors at TODAY, Inc. , a community drug and alcohol rehabilitation program designed to be an alternative to incarceration. Michael L. Saile , Jr., Esq. writes, "It is an honor to receive recognition …
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Don Tollefson at home after rehab
Tollefson, formerly of Wyndmoor, Pa., was arrested in February and charged with felony theft, dealing in proceeds of unlawful activity, and violations of state laws that govern charities. He scammed as many as 100 people into buying … He spent more …
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CDC: Vaccines Prevented 322M Diseases

CDC: Vaccines Prevented 322M Diseases
Even before his cancer diagnosis, Retsky had dug out the original Laird papers from the medical library at Penrose Hospital in Colorado Springs, where he was a professor at the University of Colorado. The initial study was based on … Retsky says he …
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First Choice Medical Group 'Treated Me Like Family'
BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – First Choice Medical Group is recognized as one of the leading orthopedic and sports rehab centers in the Southeast. ACTIVE LIVING: Bill Flutie, above right, stays active … He is dual board certified in orthopaedic surgery …

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Stroke treatment, outcomes improve at hospitals participating in 'Target
The researchers report that at participating hospitals, the average time it took to deliver tPA to patients fell from 74 minutes to 59 minutes. This speedier treatment, they said, was accompanied by improved outcomes, including reduced mortality, fewer …
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Senate Task Force on Heroin and Opioid Addiction Holds Hearing in Plattsburgh

Senate Task Force On Heroin And Opioid Addiction Holds Hearing In Plattsburgh
The Senate Task Force on Heroin on Opioid Addiction heard from law enforcement officials, health, psychology, and addiction treatment specialists at the Clinton County Government Center. … He told the Senators staying off drugs is a lifetime challenge.
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In the weeds on legalizing marijuana
An estimated $ 193 billion of this cost is for illegal drugs alone. This brings me to my thoughts on the use of tax revenues. Drug abuse is extremely costly and devastating to both the individual and family alike. Treatment centers typically cost …
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SOBA Recovery Is the "Best Drug Rehab" Nationwide

SOBA Recovery is the "Best Drug Rehab" Nationwide
… in America After Asking Drug and Alcohol Treatment Experts In An Internet Poll. ( — April 24, 2014) — Malibu, California — SOBA Recovery Has Recently Been Awarded The Title Of "Best Drug Rehab" in America. … Trying to maintain as …
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Brockton Mayor Seeks Harsher Penalties For Drug Dealers
BOSTON — Calling Brockton the “epicenter of the heroin crisis in southeastern Massachusetts,” the city's mayor, Bill Carpenter, is proposing tougher penalties for dealers caught trying to sell drugs within 300 feet of an addiction treatment center …
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Colorado Budget Committee OKs Cautious Plan for Marijuana Tax Money

Colorado budget committee OKs cautious plan for marijuana tax money
The plan approved by the legislature's Joint Budget Committee calls for $ 31.4 million — including $ 22.9 million from marijuana taxes — to be put into prevention of youth drug use, addiction treatment, research and public education campaigns …
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Letter: Beware of consequences of legal marijuana
Terry Nealey stated last year, “more than 4,200 young people in Washington were treated for marijuana addiction, more than any other drug. In August, outpatient admissions for marijuana treatment among Washington's youth jumped 23 percent. And on the …
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