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“Treatment saves lives” and “People are dying!” were some of the strong messages on protester’s placards as they picketed outside the San Clemente City Council chambers on April 18th to protest the city’s extreme restrictions on sober living homes. The group chanted, prayed and enacted overdose death scenes to bring home their concerns about the […]

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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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It all began in the mid-1970s when students of San Rafael High School in Marin County, California met at 4:20 pm after school hours by the campus’s statue of chemist Louis Pasteur to smoke weed. Consequently, the phrase, “I’ll see you at 4:20,” became the code for expressing one’s desire to smoke a joint after […]

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Easily available across the country, alcohol has a regular presence in the American society. While consuming alcohol moderately does not do much harm, drinking too much and too often can certainly create a problem. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), about 88,000 Americans lose their lives each year due to excessive […]

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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 […]

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Estimates suggest that about 100 million Americans grapple with chronic pain in their daily lives, leading to dependence on prescription opioids. Studies conducted by several national health agencies have found that lower back pain is the most common neurological ailment in the United States, followed by severe headaches or a migraine, neck pain and facial […]

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Braving the early morning chill, a group of men in camouflage attire bearing logos of government agencies cautiously tiptoes through the rugged topography of remote stretches of the Sierra Nevada mountain range in Plumas County. Traversing through the undulating landscape covered by lush evergreen pine forests, striving not to snap twigs or shake a pile […]

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As a busy sunny Monday morning began to unfold in San Bernardino City Unified School District, little did the residents ever imagine that tragedy would befall their city once again, within a span of 15 months. The date, April 10, 2017, would go down in the city’s history as a dark day. As fate would […]

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The 2,000 miles of international border stretching from San Diego in California to Brownsville in Texas is one of the largest hotspots for narcotic trafficking activities in the United States. Digging illicit trans-border narco-tunnels has been one of the most convenient options for transporting illicit and harmful drugs from the Mexican side, posing a great […]

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The WHO estimates that more than 300 million people across the globe struggle with depression in their daily lives, which is equal to 4.4 percent of the world’s population. In fact, between 2005 and 2015, a surge of more than 18 percent has been reported in the number of people living with depression. Considering these […]

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