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The epidemic of suicide. Suicide rates are up 70%!!

21 year old College Quarterback…commits suicide

https://www.si.com/college-football/2018/06/26/tyler-hilinski-suicide-washington-state-qb-cte

Why did Anthony Bourdain commit suicide?

Dr. W. Gifford-Jones

Anthony Bourdain poses for a photo in Toronto on October 31, 2016. 636 more words

Depression

Book Review! River to Redemption by Ann H. Gabhart

Title: River to Redemption
Author:
Ann H. Gabhart
Rating:
4/5
Release Date: 
07/03/2018

Description from Goodreads: Orphaned in the cholera epidemic of 1833, Adria Starr was cared for by a slave named Louis, a man who stayed in Springfield, Kentucky, when anyone with means had fled. 284 more words

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Japan's Minamata Disease was a Man-made Tragedy and Hard Lesson

Minamata Disease is a sobering reminder of the dangers of unregulated industries in modern times, a purely human-created disease. It was first seen in 1956 in the children living in… 1,213 more words

Forgotten History

How to tame your outbreak: 2, the fight against Malaria

In part 1 of How to tame your outbreak I have shared with you the three necessary steps to control an outbreak. These were: gather information, contain the spread and keep it safe. 720 more words

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LTE: We Can End The Opioid Epidemic

Editor’s note: From time to time we receive Letters to the Editor from candidates for office. Publication of these LTEs are not an endorsement of the candidate and all LTEs are equally considered by the board no matter who the author might be.   418 more words

Policy

London BLOODBATH warning: 'Tourism industry could SUFFER if stabbing epidemic continues'

GETTY/TWITTERLondon knife crime could affect tourism a leading expert has warned

The number of knife crime incidents being investigated by the Met Police has surged in 2018, with more than 51 victims fatally stabbed. 22 more words

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How to tame your outbreak

After all the previous blogs we can honestly say that outbreaks occur. Already many times in history and definitely many times more in the future. These outbreaks range from being relatively mild (the… 459 more words

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