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OP-ED | Protecting The Rich Means Short-changing Mental Health
People who come to us often are traumatized, even suicidal, after domestic violence, rape, homelessness or accidental drug overdoses. We treat veterans with PTSD when the VA cannot find them a provider. We treat the disenfranchised who do not have the …
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The old global consensus on the war on drugs is crumbling
Once a decade, the United Nations organizes a meeting where every country in the world comes together to figure out what to do about drugs — and up to now, they've always pledged to wage a relentless war, to fight until the planet is “drug-free.” They …
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South Carolina viagra bill protests abortion 'double standards'
The bill proposed by Democratic Representative Mia McLeod would require men who want to get Viagra or other erectile dysfunction (ED) drugs to wait 24 hours. They also have to present a sworn statement from their sexual partners detailing their problems.
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Op-Ed: The price of minimum wage work

Op-Ed: The price of minimum wage work
For fast-food workers specifically (I can't speak on behalf of other minimum-wage jobs, but I'd be willing to bet the experiences are similar), the nature of the work itself in addition to the poor treatment from customers can be dehumanizing. Working …
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Veteran choices: Wheatley and Gainey for the Dems in state House
Ed Gainey of the 24th District are in their seventh and second terms, respectively. Mr. Wheatley, 44, of the Hill … She would also like to improve delivery of mental health treatment, which has suffered funding cuts and institutional closures. In an …
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Plant(ed) water

Plant(ed) water
For this purpose, he says, they have hired the services of Echo Tech System International Pakistan, a world class company with expertise in water treatment. It is the same company that has set up this plant that is one of the very few that have the …
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No Contraception? No Equality
Section 1557 gives patients an opening to sue in federal court if they experience discrimination at the hands of health care providers, insurers or other related programs. In defining the forbidden forms of sex discrimination, the law implicitly …
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Emergency Care Use and the Medicare Hospice Benefit for Individuals With
At baseline, daily ED use and admission rates were not significantly different between beneficiaries in and not in hospice. By the week before death, nonhospice controls averaged 69.6 ED visits/1,000 beneficiary-days, versus 7.6 for beneficiaries in …
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European Vacation Dreams – Top Tips For A Great European Vacation

Are you thinking about a European vacation this year? Dont let your dream trip sink to the level of the infamous National Lampoons European Vacation! Read on for some great tips from an expert on European vacation trips and make sure that your vacation in Europe is a relaxing success.

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Consider choosing a travel company who specialize in European vacation packages. The do-it-yourself approach to a holiday in Europe may suit you very well but it does need a lot more planning and possibly more knowledge of languages other than English. A European vacation package company will take care of many of the basic travel and accommodation arrangements for you;leaving you free to relax and enjoy your trip.

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If you are planning a European vacation tour then make sure that you leave enough time to properly get to know each country that you visit. Europe is a very diverse place. You will find much that is familiar to you in the UK and Ireland but a lot that feels very different in Turkey or rural Greece. Do take time to enjoy the cultural differences and remember, that’s why you’re going in the first place!

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Spend Your Vacation on an European River Cruise

There are a lot of ways to spend your vacation and one of the best ways is taking a river cruise, and what better way than to do it in the place where river cruising was born? If you enjoy the luxury and convenience of taking cruise vacation, and you want to see the awesome landscapes and cities of Europe, you might want to consider going there and take a cruise.

Europe has a great number of rivers that are just plain awesome and breathtaking. These are the same rivers that connected towns through river docks, serving as commercial highways during the old days and still continue to do so even up till now. It can be said that Europe grew along these riverbanks, which are now accessible by passengers eager for a river tour.

Cruise ships that travel on European rivers are built generally smaller than their ocean-going counterparts. Due to the presence of some bridges and the need to dock in various river ports, they are also built low and much narrower. Its size, plus the view of Europe’s countryside, contributes to the European river cruise’s ambiance.

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Your European Vacation – A Guide To Choosing European Vacation Packages

What do you look for in a European vacation? The romance of a Paris vacation, the buzz of some time in London, England or the relaxation and quiet peace of an alpine valley? The truth is that, with a European vacation package, you can have all of this and more.

Europe is a very diverse continent and the range of possible European vacations reflects this. In each European country you can choose from the buzz of a city visit or the relaxation of the countryside. Transport links are good and it’s easy to hop from country to country by plane, by train or by road. This article sets out to help you plan a European vacation that suits you.

European vacation – travel tips for cheap European tours

If you want to travel Europe on a low budget then the two key issues are time and flexibility. There are now many cheap European airlines who offer budget airfares for travel between European countries. Almost without exception they offer an excellent service, and their prices are remarkably low. But you do need to be flexible – both in your choice of destination and in your travel schedule timings.

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