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Christopher Kennedy Lawford Drug Abuse: Foreign Policy of John F Kennedy and George W Bush

In this essay I’m to explain about foreign policy of two American presidents; the similarities and differences .For some reasons I’ve chosen John F. Kennedy and George W. Bush, although every president has his own foreign policy, but I think in one spot the foreign policy of John F Kennedy and George W Bush becomes similar, this spot is war. Also both of them are idealist, their idealism in their speech, before the beginning of the wars is definite. Read more... ...

UK Students Take Playful Approach to Tackle Issue of Suicide

...  his organization has increased its emphasis on suicide prevention. "We've had a lot of focus with like alcohol mainly and then drugs and mental health. But we've started to expand more into mental health and look like depression and … Read more on WEKU Alcoholic New York postman steals tonne of undelivered mail A depressed, alcoholic New York postman appeared in court last week accused of hoarding more than a tonne of undelivered mail over the past decade. Joseph Brucato, a Vietnam War veteran who is 67 years old, was arrested on Wednesday after a fellow … Read more on Noosa News Read ...

Theater to See in L.A. This Week: Veterans Starring in a Vietnam War Play

...  to See in L.A. This Week: Veterans Starring in a Vietnam War Play Originating from a 1992 script by Victor Tamayo, which focused primarily on drug abuse, the familiar plot revolves around Carlos (Johnny Ortiz), a parentless youth living an empty, violent existence. Street life and drug dealing leave him little time … Read more on LA Weekly (blog) Theater to See in L.A. This Week, Including the 'Elliptical Comedy' Kin But largely due to 20/20 broadcast, which ignored the trial evidence and claimed that the murder was not a hate crime but just a drug-infused robbery gone wrong, a softer, less upsetting, revisionist view has been adopted by many local citizens … Read more on LA Weekly (blog) Tags: vietnam war, drug abuse ...

The Touch of Madness, the Stroke of Genius

...  end of the scale is depression…with profound sleep disturbance, with loss of appetite and they feel they have no energy. Occasionally, they might even get hallucinations and delusions associated with it. And the third state is being … Read more on The Hindu Two Veterans Separated by 30 Years Come to Terms With PTSD Flashbacks, anxiety, insomnia, and depression were swept under the rug and wholly misunderstood. In many cases, the limited mental health options during that time meant Vietnam War veterans went decades without a diagnosis and without ever receiving … Read more on The Takeaway Read ...

Support Is “Key” for Depression in Black Men

...  is “Key” for Depression in Black Men According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), 10 percent of American adults report depression. People who suffer from it the most include those between the ages of 45 and 64, women, blacks and Hispanics. Vietnam War veteran Lloyd … Read more on Lasentinel Support is 'Key' for Depression in Black Men LITHONIA – Vietnam War veteran Lloyd Alaman remembers fighting for a country that was still treating him like a second-class citizen, like it was yesterday. “I got drafted at age 20 in 1967, so I was in Vietnam when Dr. King got assassinated,” said Alaman. Read more on Black Voice News Tags: vietnam war, centers for disease control and prevention, centers for disease control ...

Alcoholism Treatment Program: Alcohol Treatment Programs Save Lives

Alcohol addiction is a really serious problem, and according to the AMA, it is a disease. This is not a thing that is likely to just go away for good without treatment. It has to be treated as quickly as possible and will also entail a great deal of work as well as continuous vigilance even after finishing an alcohol rehab program to avoid any relapses. Addiction to alcohol is a constant disease that just can’t be cured by a single trip to a counselor. The process is going to be long and involved, and it might even be painful, but the damage that a one does to their own body as well as to friends and family members is often much worse. Read more... ...

A Vietnam War Pilot Reunites With the Palm Beach Surgeon Who Saved His Arm

by cszar A Vietnam war pilot reunites with the Palm Beach surgeon who saved his arm … It was over a year ago that MacDougall, a Pennsylvania native who retired to Port Orange, reunited with the retired Air Force doctor and now Palm Beach orthopedic surgeon who saved his right arm and returned him to active duty after his F-4 Phantom was … Read more on Palm Beach Post FDA reschedules orthopedic panel meeting The FDA reschedules a meeting of its Orthopaedic & Rehabilitation Devices Panel, ...