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AmyWinehouseFdation Dec 7
With schools being the most common referral route for young people to get treatment, it’s vital that we keep up our work in schools
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Prevention Solutions@EDC 11h
What does ethics have to do with prevention? “It’s about the less obvious challenges, like how we allocate funds, use limited time, or decide where to hold an event.” Register now for next PrevSols@EDC & course at .
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Achromic Point 12m
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STRIPED 2h
Thank you for the journal's excellent leadership for our field & putting much needed attention on !
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INFO-RADICAL 18h
. is proud to have contributed to the creation and launch of the FrancoPREV network of Fédération Wallonie-Bruxelles
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Shai Fuxman 6h
Prevention Solutions@EDC--our new initiative to build the workforce to tackle the most pressing issues of today ..& tomorrow--is now on Twitter & LinkedIn! Follow us to learn how we are turning the tide! & LinkedIn:
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ThoughtAsWeak 2h
This is especially true for those with a sex crime conviction. And studies show that these barriers actually make the problem worse. It prevents people from rebuilding their lives. &Education
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CAC of TN Dec 10
Learning the facts is the first step to preventing child sexual abuse. To schedule a Stewards of Children training for your community or organization, contact us or visit to find the closest facilitator to you.
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Aspire Home Funding Grp Dec 12
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Danielle Petrucci Dec 8
Preventing sexual assault in college takes a skills-based approach to sexual education in high school and earlier formative years. Health education is necessary in all schools
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Dr. Theresa Tam Dec 12
Today’s data release tells us the has not abated. With >9,000 lives lost over the past 2.5 years, we must continue all efforts with all partners
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The Bilby Dec 12
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Anand Narayan, MD, PhD Dec 10
How to reduce your chance of getting breast cancer? Get regular mammograms, maintain a healthy diet, minimize alcohol consumption, limit hormone therapy, breast feed (if possible), and exercise!
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Sarvodaya Hospital Dec 11
is a Modern age term coined to describe repeated stress injury & pain in the neck resulting from excessive use of or texting on handheld devices over a sustained period of time. is the key when it comes to Text-Neck.
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Mrs McCabe Dec 12
Thank you for calling attention to the tragedy and ongoing suffering of our young people. We need to end cyberbullying now and ensure that every young person is safe and has feelings of self worth.
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Emily Pingel 5h
The lesson today: invest in primary care physicians. Let’s do this
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INFO-RADICAL Dec 12
We invite you to watch this video that explains in practical terms the work done by the Partnerships and Community Engagement Team
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Kate Holley 18h
Support programme empowering young people to make healthy choices with alcohol and other drugs by donating the price of a bottle (one less tipple might do you good) thank you x
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US medical seminars 8h
Did you know that; "People who work 11 hours or more a day are 67%more likely to have a heart attack than people with an 8-hour work day".
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Barrie Fire Dec 10
This is just heartbreaking. Please check your alarms and make an escape plan. If you need help, call us. Five children die in Youngstown house fire
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