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Jeff Conners
Clinical Social Worker & Prevention Practitioner • Social Justice • Mental Wellness • Substance Use • Men's Health
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CBC Radio Jun 18
Since decriminalization, Portugal has one of the lowest drug addiction rates in Europe.
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Harvard Health Jun 18
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Jeff Conners Jun 14
says: Improv has helped me immensely as it’s all about being present, engaged in what’s happening right now and trusting myself 2 respond well without over thinking it. It’s great for my mental health and super fun!
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Jeff Conners Jun 13
Sam Elliott on how to achieve work/life balance: “Simplify your life, be a good person, and do things you’re proud of.” Sam is a paramedic, husband, father of almost 2 children & comedian.
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Jeff Conners Jun 12
Russell Ferguson is , father of 2 & Champion: ‘I’ve often heard it said that good fences makes good neighbors, I feel this applies well to a healthy work/life balance, maintaining healthy boundaries helps maintain a healthy life.’
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PHABC Jun 11
June 10-16 is mens' health week. Check out some mens’ health research from at: and the Man-up Against Suicide project here:
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FATHERHOOD - MENTAL HEALTH Jun 11
New dads are losing close friends in the first year after having a child The survey, found that a quarter of new dads said they felt isolated and three quarters said their stress levels rose in the first year of fatherhood. via
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Jeff Conners Jun 10
Robin is an expectant father, visual artist & champion4 “Making art is something I am passionate about, scheduling time each week to get in the studio gives me a break from my routine & helps keep me balanced” ⁦⁩ ⁦
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Jeff Conners Jun 10
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Beckley Foundation Jun 8
Researchers at have published the first placebo-controlled, double-blind study on . Dose-related effects were observed at 6.5μg, 13μg, and 26μg, indicating that microdosing is more than just a placebo!
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The New York Times Jun 8
A new study suggests a way to make a significant difference in mothers’ postpartum health: Give the other parent paid leave, and the flexibility to use it on days the mother needs extra support
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Canadian Drug Policy Coalition Jun 7
We're hiring 3 positions for our growing team. Join the fight for justice, compassion, and respect for human rights within our drug policies: [1] Community Outreach Manager [2] Event and Logistics Manager [3] Program Coordinator [ Apply Here ]
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Canadian Men's Health Foundation Jun 7
This year, we at the CMHF will be promoting "How to Be Healthy at Work," and inviting organizations from coast to coast to coast to join us in inspiring men to lead healthier lives. Get Your Easy Activation Toolkit:
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Jeff Conners Jun 5
In , a place built on . But also my a year after legalization, still no place to purchase legally. Is .org crime still running show & blocking taxable tokes or is city council the issue?
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Phyllis Fagell, LCPC May 29
“Despite the lack of formal research, the psychologist believes strongly in the benefits of walk-&-talk therapy for teens. It’s less awkward than sitting face-to face, & getting exercise in a park or in nature helps in other ways.” ⁦
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Canadian Men's Health Foundation May 29
The new men’s health strategy from echoes many of the same messages the CMHF has been championing since being founded in 2014. Here’s how our work is being cited as a catalyst for changing perceptions of issues:
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Jeff Conners May 28
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Khaliya May 27
Drug trips, not broken hips: let later life be the age of irresponsibility | Sonia Sodha | Opinion | The Guardian
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