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Opioids prescribed most to patients with anxiety and depression — two most common mental illnesses

Lenny Bernstein

A new study suggests that people with anxiety and depression are consuming a disproportionate share of prescription painkillers, a finding that could add a new wrinkle to the epidemic of opioid use in the United States. 527 more words

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Five arrested following woman's suspicious death in Halifax, another man injured

HALIFAX — Five people have been arrested in connection with a suspicious death in Halifax.

Police say they responded to an assault in progress at an apartment building in Dartmouth on Friday evening. 59 more words

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VPR: Coming To Terms With Vermont's Dark History Of Eugenics

VPR’s Vermont Edition devoted June 7th’s broadcast to an interview with Dartmouth College senior Mercedes de Guardiola. Mercedes spoke on the State of Vermont’s Eugenics Survey at the State Archives just the week before (s… 108 more words

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ADNAN KHASHOGGI: ONCE THE WORLD RICHEST PERSON & CLOSE PERSONAL FRIEND TO MY DAD.....HAS DIED!

Mr. Adnan Khashoggi, the one time worlds richest businessman in the early 70s, along with having the  most powerful name to have in world business for the past 5 decades has died. 3,269 more words

History Matters: Joe Stefansson, Vilhjalmur's brother, known for his hair

In May 1913, the New York Times carried a story about the latest expedition of famed arctic explorer Vilhjalmur Stefansson.

The article reported that Stefansson was in Ottawa finalizing expedition details with the Canadian government and that he planned to visit family in Wynyard, Saskatchewan before setting off for the Pacific Northwest. 665 more words

Saskatchewan

@dartmouth @YaNative June 5

My daily post theme for 2017 is on Colleges and Universities.

The plan for starting my blog back in 2014 was at the urging of fellow coaching colleagues to share posts on leadership and/or motivation. 464 more words

Universities And Colleges

VPR: Dartmouth Student Researches Vermont's History Of Eugenics

Click here for the audio on VPR News’ The Frequency.

In the early 20th century, Vermont was among a group of states that had policies on the books based on eugenics — the idea that the human population could be controlled to bring out what were considered “desirable” characteristics. 103 more words

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