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ADM Brett P. Giroir Sep 18
A6: Not all pain patients on become addicted. is a disease and can start in many ways. Most people start misuse by receiving opioids from a friend or relative.
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Catherine D APRN-BC Sep 21
Today would be my son’s 26th birthday. He died on 10-6-16 of a heroin/fentanyl overdose. This is the way he was, until his death. My hope is to reduce stigma about people struggling with addiction. We miss him every minute.
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Jason L. Campbell MD, MS Sep 22
In med school you learn proper antibiotic therapy, treatment for opioid withdrawal, & indications for worsening infections. But you don’t learn how to work with a young, homeless man who plans to use again upon discharge & may not return for wound care.
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Sarah Wakeman 22h
deaths increase access for transplant recipients, yet people w/ a history of often face insurmountable barriers to being eligible to receive organs themselves. Need updated transplant guidelines based on advances in addiction medicine.
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R.A.G.E-Raising Awareness of Gambling in Education 15m
This is exactly why I am doing it! Today is the day I start my journey in sharing my experience/story to help people understand the dangers of addiction and the reasons behind it. With education there can be prevention and just helping one person will make it worth it
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Dr. Cyntrell Psych 20m
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Lighthouse Spirit 42m
Katie Price has checked in to Day Rehab. I hope that we all give her the space she needs to heal. In the chaos of her spotlight life she has become lost. It's time for her to discover what's real and to be her true authentic self. You can do it Katie.
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Alanis Morissette 12h
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Chris Sep 20
And it's funny how you can deposit around £10,000 within 20 minutes, but the minute you want to withdraw £1 the casino wants your bank statement, cards, license, mothers maiden name, dead pets name. Why's that? Why?
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MentalHealthMatters Sep 17
What are your favorite books about ? Can range from personal stories/memoir to self-help to academic books. What books have helped your on your journey or helped you to understand , , , , or any other condition?
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Christopher Head 31m
Replying to @SkyBet
These need to go out on an EPL Saturday or before the Super Sunday kick-offs. 9:00am on a Monday morning when readership will be lowest is shameful and no doubt just to fulfill a quota of posts to call yourself supportive/compliant with the scheme.
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Sandisiwe Mani 6h
I've just realised ba i can't finish the day without listening Inkazimulo by @WomenInPraise ft dad ... !
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Peter Guthrey 12h
A bleak, harrowing and potent account of in 🇺🇸 USA commencing with poorly managed pain. Compelling reading for heath professionals providing care to people living with opioid addiction.
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peter grinspoon 20h
With good reason!! This has to change...Doctors need to be able to get care for and without getting punished...
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Sarah Wakeman Sep 22
On point piece by ⁦⁩ “The issue is not how people are smuggling substances into prisons but why they do it in the first place.” Best way to decrease demand? Offer effective treatment within correctional facilities.
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peter grinspoon 21h
You need a new kidney to stay alive. Would you reject one from someone who died of a drug overdose? Amazing that runs so deep that even if you need a kidney you might reject it if the donor suffered from
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Stop Bad Doctors Sep 17
But ya, I do fully agree that the 2 groups don't belong in the same discussion. We're totally different & deserve & equal respect from the medical community. Sacrificing 1 group 2 benefit the other is utterly illogical. won't end just b/c opioid RXs end. ✌
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John Dittmann 24h
You take serially traumatized people, place them outside the law, put them in jails, hound them all their life- treating them like criminals, bad people, failures, and rejects; less than human- and then wonder how come they don't get better
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Robyn LeBlanc 12h
“Envision a world in which from is a common and celebrated reality.” Tomorrow. Sept 24. Oak Lane. 🖤
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Jim Wallor 10h
I found that if I made prayer my life, & my life a prayer, while living in a world engulfed by , I could move forward each day of my , I would succeed. Prayer surrounded me with God's influence, because I could not beat addiction, in any way, on my own.
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