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Beth Linas, PhD, MHS 👩‍🔬👩‍💻 Nov 26
must be front & center in #2020, our lives depend on it: “Death rates from , , & dozens of other causes have been rising over the past decade... driving down overall life expectancy in the US for 3 consecutive years”.
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Karin Goodwin Sep 4
As people across Scotland continue to die from - who spoke at conference last week - urges Scots to engage in civil disobedience and set-up unsanctioned safer injection sites to save lives.
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Geopolitics & Empire Dec 18
This Was The Decade Killed Nearly Half A Million
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EASO 4 Dec 18
Ted Kyle writes: Headlines on and are only scratching the surface of the reasons for a decline in U.S. . and are playing a significant role.
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Primal Digest Oct 14
Replying to @joehos18
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AAFP 13 Dec 18
Data Show U.S. Continues to Decline; , Named as Key Contributors
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Primal Digest Dec 4
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Captain Something Dec 1
It is sad when anyone dies. It is even sadder when have become so common it takes someone famous being connected to make the news
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NCHS Sep 11
During the 12-month period ending in February 2019, an estimated 48,065 people died of involving in United States .
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Ali S. Raja, MD Jun 14
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Fairbanks Treatment and Recovery Center Jan 21
Since 2014, the national rate of fatal  has increased more than twice as fast among African Americans as among whites, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
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TheBlackWatch May 8
The white man's delivery boy of false racial sports narratives is doing Massa's bidding selling the false narrative as , Suicide, & are at an all time high! ☻
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Scott Annechino 3 Dec 18
2017 was a rough year for many families in the U.S. and around the rest of the world.
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Family Prosperity Institute Jan 28
Why are so many women dying from ? Research shows 1) breakdown of the 2) decline in and 3) broken system
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David Mills Jan 15
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Kings Crossing Aug 11
In the U.S. in 2017, 70,200 people died or 193 died each day from drug overdoses, 120 die each day from usage. In the U.S., 100 people each day die from violence. Demand the 535 members of Congress fix both, now.
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EU Reporter Sep 1
can be prevented – new resources released
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ConnectConsultingInc Sep 22
3 dead, 4 hospitalized after in Pittsburgh's trendy South Side Flats. All were wea...
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Nonprofit Works Apr 17
are now the leading cause of accidental death in Rhode Island, and youth who abuse prescription drugs find them mostly in their own homes. On April 27 from 10am–2pm you can safely dispose of unused drugs at four locations around Providence:
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Brigham and Women's 7 Dec 18
The says 70,000 Americans died of in 2017, with two-thirds stemming from use. Joji Suzuki, MD, a addiction psychiatrist, spoke with about common concerns and misunderstandings, and how to help loved ones.
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