Angry Parents Raising Troubled Kids

angry parents raising troubled kids
“Risks from negative parenting behaviours were highly prevalent across age groups,” the study by the Centre for Population Health Research at the University of South Australia found. “Even by infancy, risk factors for adult … have parents that are … Read more on

Call for overhaul of
Bermuda's cannabis policy is in urgent need of an overhaul, according to Stratton Hatfield, a leading member of the group charged with investigating the drug more than three years ago. Many of the sweeping changes proposed by the Cannabis Reform … Read more on Royal Gazette

As Session Nears Close, Hogan Vetoes Two Bills, Signs Three

As session nears close, Hogan vetoes two bills, signs three
The 2016 session of the Maryland General Assembly may end in April the way it began in January: with veto override votes. Gov. Larry Hogan , a Republican, announced Tuesday that he would veto a bill changing the composition of the Anne Arundel County … Read more on Delmarva Daily Times

A democratic approach to recovery
… a supportive and a drug- and alcohol-free place to live. So, they rented a home in , Maryland, drafted a set of rules to live by and divided living costs and responsibilities. The Oxford House model was … Stealing money to support … Read more on Bucks County Courier Times

Recording and Appropriate Billing of Timed Physical Medicine Services

Recording and Appropriate Billing of Timed Physical Medicine Services
QUESTION: UnitedHealthcare recently reviewed my files and recouped payment on several dates of service based on timed therapy services. I do understand the 8-minute rule (or at least I thought I did), and documented massage for 10 minutes and exercise … Read more on Dynamic Chiropractic

Painkiller critics take aim at hospital surveys, procedures
Wednesday's effort was spearheaded by Physicians for Responsible Opioid Prescribing, which advocates for to opioids, including non-opioid pain relievers, physical therapy and psychotherapy. The group is funded by Phoenix House, … Read more on McClatchy Washington Bureau

My Teenage Son (Who Has Bipolar Disorder) Is My Mentor

My Teenage Son (Who Has ) is My Mentor
In the third week of September 16 years ago, I met my second son for the first time. A difficult pregnancy with preterm labor and several long, tedious weeks of bed rest concluded anticlimactically with an apparently healthy baby born on his due date, … Read more on The Good Men Project

New Report Provides Overview Of Opportunities Prevalent In Global Bipolar
MrrBiz171 announces the addition of a new report to its repository. The report is titled “EpiCast Report: Bipolar Disorder – Epidemiology Forecast to 2024” and is available on the website for sale. The report presents a … Read more on (blog)

World Governments Consider Changing Course From 'War on Drugs'

World governments consider changing course from 'war on drugs'
The UN is revisiting the issue for the first time since 1998 when it concluded with the ambitious yet unrealistic aim to eliminate illicit drug use by 2008. Writing in "The Guardian" newspaper, UN Assistant Secretary-General Magdy Martinez-Soliman said … Read more on Deutsche Welle

On 4/20, top minds discuss critical issues in the marijuana policy debate
April 20th serves as the highest of High Holidays for the marijuana movement. This year comes, once again, with rapid policy changes around medical and recreational marijuana. Several states will vote on recreational or medical marijuana initiatives … Read more on Brookings Institution (blog)

'Ryan'S Bed' Offers Addiction Treatment for Men in Recovery

'Ryan's Bed' Offers For Men In Recovery
In a separate phone interview, Mr. Dunbar said that he is a “firm believer” in geographical change for recovery. During his own 15-year struggle with drug and alcohol addiction, he said that he spent much of his time in jail, rehab centers and … Read more on

Criminal court, April 23, 2016
Also on April 15, Ashley N. Renninger, 30, of Cressona, admitted she violated her probation and parole, and Judge Jacqueline L. Russell ordered her to serve three to 12 months behind bars and 23 months on probation, plus undergo a drug and alcohol … Read more on Republican & Herald

Healthcare Site WhatClinic Expands in Singapore With Dental Bookings

Healthcare site WhatClinic expands in Singapore with dental bookings
SINGAPORE – Healthcare search engine has announced its expansion in the Singapore market in response to a growing demand from consumers for information on private medical clinics. will begin by starting to roll out real … Read more on The Straits Times

Doctors warned against poor service to patients
Minister opens renovated physiotherapy unit at Wenlock Hospital. Minister for Health and Family Welfare U T Khader said stringent action will be initiated against doctors who fail to treat patients and behave rudely with them. Speaking after … Read more on Deccan Herald