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As American fiction writer Jay Bylsma once said, “Ignorance is a lot like alcohol: the more you have of it, the less you are able to see its effect on you.” These words proved to be true for Ric Flair, the one-time king of the ring who couldn’t rule over his own life. Decades of […]

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President Trump has officially declared the nation’s opioid crisis a national emergency. The declaration came on Thursday, Aug. 10, 2017, at a news conference that President Trump attended with Vice President Pence at his golf club in Bedminster, N.J. According to the President, “The opioid crisis is an emergency, and I’m saying officially right now […]

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Peering through the window of her tiny apartment, which overlooks a large park in Sacramento’s Willow Creek neighborhood, 68-year-old Marjorie McDowell (name changed) looks back on her life, and all that it had entailed. As she watches young couples taking a walk in the park or friends playing together or families having a picnic she […]

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An acute feeling of anguish weighed heavy on her heart. Cold rivulets of sweat trickled down her forehead. Once again, she could feel one of those distressing panic attacks coming on, which caused her hands to tremble while she poured a large glass of vodka. Reliving painful memories of a turbulent past was something Amelia […]

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People who drink never see an addiction coming. It often sneaks up on them after some time. Recreational drinking can get some people addicted, while some get trapped accidentally. Depending on an individual’s tolerance level, it may take one week to several months for addiction to penetrate its roots. In reality, addiction to alcohol is […]

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Alcohol is an integral part of contemporary American culture. In fact, it is a socially acceptable drug, which has become synonymous with a wide range of activities. Social gatherings, sporting events, shopping fests, rock concerts, innovative promotions, happy hours and even business conferences revolve around the latest brands of alcoholic beverages. People of all ages […]

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The 19th-century philosopher and father of American psychology, William James, once mentioned in a remarkable play of words and wit, “Is life worth living? It all depends on the liver.” Though at that time it raised many an eyebrow today these words have come true in a surprising way. With increasingly liberal views dominating today’s […]

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Heavy drinking leads to various serious physical and mental problems, whereas many treat moderate drinking as harmless or even good for health. However, a recent study has found that even moderate drinking temporarily raises the risk of a stroke and heart attack. In the United States, a standard drink contains 6 ounces or 14 grams […]

As we celebrate International Women’s Day this March 8, there is no denying the fact that millennial women are so empowered that despite all odds, their achievements are exponential – be it in social, cultural, economic or political sectors. Worldwide, women are emerging as change makers, trendsetters and leaders for a better tomorrow. While this […]


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