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Jeff Conners
Clinical Social Worker & Prevention Practitioner • Social Justice • Mental Wellness • Substance Use • Men's Health
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Stanton Peele 14h
Shades of Sobriety: Life Shows That Recovery Needn’t Mean Abstinence
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Jeff Conners Apr 21
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Corey Hirsch Apr 21
So awesome. An active player coming forward is a huge step in ending the stigma.
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Timothy Caulfield Apr 19
Hipster alert! "Men's beards carry more germs than dog fur, according to science" via
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MAPS Apr 17
Today, MAPS Founder , Ph.D., spoke on the main stage at , presenting the first official TED Talk about during the annual TED . via
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Global Action on Men's Health Apr 16
'The forgotten sex: why is men's health ignored by policy makers?' See article by in .
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Carl Hart Apr 12
TODAY, for a drug policy conference that starts w/ the assumption: it’s normal for ppl to use psychoactive substances to alter their consciousness and mood. The Gov't has been remiss in it’s role of ensuring safety. We will discuss how to change this situation.
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Mel Rothenburger Apr 10
LETTER – Follow the money to find solutions to the opioid crisis
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Ilona Kickbusch Apr 11
I think we should begin to understand taxes on tobacco, alcohol, sweet Softdrinks etc along the lines of a polluter pays model - that is why they should support
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HeadsUpGuys Apr 10
"The 21-year-old has spoken openly about living with crippling anxiety, and the pressure that comes with being in the public eye."
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Carl Hart Apr 10
Conference Announcement "Drugs Do Not = Death. Bad Drug Policies Do.” Friday, April 12, at we invite the thinking-public to join us as we push for real solutions, and not the same ineffective ones based on moralism.
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Canadian Men's Health Foundation Apr 9
We're always trying to find novel ways to get people to . Would a prescription work? A U.S. study has looked into just that, and found that 'prescribing' could save the U.S. over $100 billion in .
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Becky White Apr 8
There is a window to engage fathers as they become a dad. So important to include fathers in perinatal education and education.
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Amy Watson Apr 6
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Eddie Talks Drugs Apr 5
Most Britons wouldn't take Class A drugs even if they were legal – & most of those who would already have. Take a look at the full data linked at the bottom - lots of findings that might disagree with intuitions
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CISUR Apr 4
"Alcohol costs to the individual and society are significant: in 2014, Ontario spent $5.34 billion on alcohol-related harms, including $1.5 billion for health care and $1.3 billion for criminal justice." (looks like data from our CSUCH study with !)
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Beckley Foundation Apr 5
MDMA appears to reopen a kind of window, called a "critical period," when the brain is sensitive to learning the reward value of social behaviors. This may be linked to its efficacy at treating PTSD.
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Jeff Conners Apr 1
Whoever said small towns are boring have never been to
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Derek Ogden Mar 24
How to ensure the least number of people participate in the legal regulated market. - restrict retail locations - kill branding - impose burdensome packing and label regs - restrict products offered - overregulate micros
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Jeff Conners Mar 20
Maybe we can do the same for alcohol & vapes?
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