Cuando se tienen niños hay que cambiar (que no sacrificar) cosas. Hoy me ha tocado cambiar unas estanterías que teníamos con libros.
Aprovechando que tengo una estantería con divisiones he creado diferentes rinconcitos. 190 more words
By Seth Hartman, PharmD, Informatics Pharmacist at Oregon Health and Science University
This is the third in a series of posts about drug diversion.
Drug diversion in hospitals and other healthcare facilities not only puts patients at risk—it also harms the institution and its staff. 649 more words
The danger of making assumptions about who makes up the black market labor force is illuminated by Keith Humphreys’s recent article – “The stereotype of the college-educated pot smoker is wrong.” 1,576 more words
The Associated Press reported yesterday about success Seattle has had with a jail diversion program called LEAD:
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Law Enforcement Assisted Diversion aimed at keeping low-level drug offenders and prostitutes out of jail — and in housing, counseling, job training or whatever other services they need.