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Middleton Plan Commission Delays Measures in Psychiatric Hospital | local news

On Tuesday, Middleton officials delayed proceedings against a planned psychiatric hospital after urging executives and the company behind it to explain its regulatory records, including immediate threat quotes in other states. "How are you going to apply the lessons you have learned from other Middleton facilities?" Mayor Gurdip Brar asked representatives of Strategic Behavioral Health, which plans a 72-bed psychiatric …

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Life expectancy study provides insight into what kills Floridians

A national study published on Tuesday provides a state-by-state look at life expectancy and the factors that kill Floridians, and as you might expect, opioid abuse is high on the list. The years of life lost by opioid use in the state jumped more than 750 percent in the last 26 years, according to The State of the Heath Study …

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The legislator promotes measures to curb the opioid crisis

SACRAMENTO >> Californian lawmakers released 10 opioid-related bills on Tuesday to address the drug abuse crisis in that state, including two bills drafted by North Coast Assemblyman Jim Wood (D-Santa Rosa) by a legislative committee Bills adopted would strengthen surveillance or facilitate the follow-up of opioid regulations to help police and doctors recognize problematic regulations. Others would impose limits or …

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Australian wife gets jail time for "despicable" cancer scam

At 24 hours to digest the FBI attacks on Michael Cohen, President Trump's longtime lawyer and fixer, Trevor Noah agreed to enter Daily Show on Tuesday. "Even Trump's lawyer is being investigated, how corrupt is your circle if your lawyer uses his only phone call to call you?" he asked. But Cohen is "more than just a lawyer" for Trump, …

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Massachusetts flu cases top 20K as season lingers on

BOSTON – The severe flu season this year is declining in many parts of the country, including Massachusetts, but it continues to call for life and sends people to the hospital. It also remains to become a flu season until 1965. Confirmed pediatric flu deaths continue after the latest influenza update of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, as …

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Australians imprisoned for "despicable" counterfeit cancer attacks

image copyright Facebook caption Hanna Dickenson (R) falsely claimed to have cancer heard a court hearing An Australian woman who had faked terminal cancer before she stole money from friends of her family was detained for three months. Hanna Dickenson, 24, accepted A $ 42,000 (£ 22,000, $ 31,000) after telling her parents that she needed medical treatment overseas. Her …

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New definition for Alzheimer's may help speed up diagnoses

Alzheimer's disease – basing it on biological signs, such as brain changes, rather than memory loss and other symptoms of dementia that are used today. This image shows a cross Alzheimer's disease. section of a normal brain, right, and one of a brain damaged by Alzheimer's disease. The Associated Press The Associated Press The move is aimed at improving the …

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Montgomery County offers free Narcan training

Montgomery County Offers Free Narcotraining (ABC7) ROCKVILLE, Md. (ABC7) – Montgomery County officials hope it will be a life-saving lesson in the face of a growing opioid epidemic. In the evening, the Ministry of Health invited members of the community to a free training session focusing on naloxone, also known under the brand name Narcan, concentrated Narcan is used to …

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Australians imprisoned for "despicable" counterfeit cancer attacks

image copyright Facebook caption Hanna Dickenson (R) falsely claimed to have cancer heard a court hearing An Australian woman who had faked terminal cancer before she stole money from friends of her family was detained for three months. Hanna Dickenson, 24, accepted A $ 42,000 (£ 22,000, $ 31,000) after telling her parents that she needed medical treatment overseas. Her …

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