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NYT: How Parents Harnessed the Power of Social Media to Challenge EpiPen Prices

The New York Times: How Parents Harnessed the Power of Social Media to Challenge EpiPen Prices. “After Mellini Kantayya, an actress who lives in Brooklyn, chatted with her Facebook friends in July about the high cost of EpiPens, she knew she had to do something. 66 more words

Around The Search & Social Media World


“Look at me!  Look at me!”

The gangster does yell.

The social media Queen,

an Angel’s roommate in Hell.

The world needs to know her, 25 more words



The current goal of therapy in treatment of FTD is symptomatic relief. While the medicines identified here may be useful in some individuals, other individuals may worsen… 61 more words


Cheat to Win

There’s a small amount of pride I feel in being able to maintain that I’ve never taken a study drug. Study drugs, for those outside the know, are prescription drugs for ADHD or narcolepsy (Adderall, Ritalin, Modafinil) that undiagnosed students–and now young professionals–take in order to improve their performance in class or at work. 1,206 more words


Birthday memorial planned for New Mexico girl who was raped and killed

ALBUQUERQUE, New Mexico – Mourners held a “heavenly birthday” memorial Sunday for Victoria Martens, the 10-year-old New Mexico girl who Albuquerque police said was raped by her mother’s boyfriend and then killed while her mother watched. 683 more words


on his high

he lies in the dark, on white stretcher sheets

his veins fill with blood, but his heart doesn’t beat

he lies in the dark, in a grim, shadowed room… 90 more words


Addiction - What it means to me (part one)

My name is Kevin and I am an addict. There! It’s said.

Alright, it’s not the most up to date photo. But it is me. The interesting question is, was I an addict even then, before I had even heard of alcohol and drugs, never mind tried them? 813 more words