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Teen Treatment Center?

Question by Sydney: Teen treatment center?
Is there any treatment centers for teenagers with depression and other problems like that?

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Answer by monkeyofstick@yahoo.com
I know that many treatment centers that focus on drug abuse look at all of
the related issues as well.
Good luck

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Narconon Freedom Center Kicks Off National Physical Fitness Month

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Narconon Freedom Center drug rehab program kicks off their annual campaign for National Physical Fitness and Sports month in May. (PRWEB) April 25, 2014. May is National Physical Fitness Month, a time for the whole country to recognize the vital role …
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Texas Executed Mexican National for Murder and Rape

Texas Executed Mexican National for Murder and Rape

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Ramiro Hernandez, 44, was pronounced dead at 6:28 pm CDT at the Texas state death chamber in Huntsville after receiving a dose of lethal drugs, the Texas Department o Texas executes Mexican national for murder and rapef Criminal Justice said.
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36 Spine Surgeons Performing Artificial Disc Replacement Featured

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Which One Is the Best, Inpatient or Outpatient Drug Rehab Models?

Question by : Which one is the best, inpatient or outpatient drug rehab models?

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Answer by Herman
Both inpatient and outpatient drug rehab models have shown excellent results in the attainment of this goal, but most research so far has found that inpatient has the edge on outpatient treatment.

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Is the Venom of Some Snakes Used in Medicines?

Question by mits4u2005: Is the venom of some snakes used in medicines?

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Answer by garfyldrox
COBRA

Heart Patients May Have New Medicinal Snake Blood thinner from venom should be safer, easier to use

Coumadin, the popular but troublesome blood thinner, may soon have to make way for a new drug that seems to work more predictably and safely. Patients will have researchers to thank, along with a not-quite-usual suspect: the cobra.

The drug, derived from cobra venom, is expected to reach pharmacies within 18 months under the brand name Exanta.

Father Is Going for Joint Custody and Claiming Child as a Dependent?

Question by kimballz: Father is going for joint custody and claiming child as a dependent?
I live in the state of MN, and have a 7 year old with a boy (whom is nearly 28 yrs old). I left him the day after our daughter turned 1. He was abusive, an alcoholic, and a drug user. For the past 7 years I have received just $ 225 in child support, he never calls to talk to her, never asks how she is doing in school, etc. However, his mother and step father received visitations with her. This is where I am confused and fearful that he might win. He, himself, NEVER has had visitations with her, except one time, we had a verbal agreement in 2008 that he would get her every other weekend as long as he was at his parents house. One morning at 6:30am I got a phone call from his step dad telling me that he had left int he middle of the night and hadn’t returned and his step dad needed to go to work, but no one was there to watch the child. At this point, I voided our agreement. He only had 3 actually weekends with her. He left the state of MN to Cali back in Oct of 2010 with the intentions of being gone for 7 years (did I mention he is a felon?) – he then came back just a few weeks later and got arrested. His parents wanted to take my daughter to the jail to see him and I said ABSOLUTELY NOT, that is not a place for a child to see their dad. They went against my wishes and since then, they have not spoken to her or seen her.
Her dad called to talk to her on her birthday in 2010 and she didn’t hear from him until her birthday this year. His parents asked if I would let them take her to a banquet at the end of Oct. and I said no. They then stated, “We’ll see you in court then” They obviously can’t go for visitation, but in the papers that were served to me it gives all these dates that they saw her (but no dates that her dad was with her). 1. can this even be used in a case concerning a father of a child vs. the mother? 2. Will that even stand?
He is also trying to get joint custody and he wants to claim her as a dependent on his 2011 taxes (he doesn’t even pay his child support, let alone she didn’t even live with him 6 months out of this year)
He’s also a recovering alcoholic and has APPARENTLY hit a one year sober date (though I find this to be highly doubtful) – his papers neglect to state that he is also a drug addict. He completed an inpatient treatment (apparently again – he’s in and out of jail and I have no idea how he has had time to complete an inpatient treatment program).
So, not only do I have those questions posted above about parenting time but what are HIS chances of getting joint custody?
Thanks for that!! So very true. And exactly what I was thinking – but it is still very stressful! I have documentation, in which has been provided to my lawyer of the issues in the past. The thing is, there is nothing of him trying to see or contact our daughter, it’s been strictly his parents trying to see her. Thank you again, this gives me some confidence!

Health Care Update – April 21, 2014

Health care update – April 21, 2014

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Ultimately, this algorithm could yield a value that would be used to recommend certain drugs over others and simultaneously exert pressure on the biopharmaceutical industry to lower the cost of oncology drugs. … at the Congressional level, where …
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Judge questions Mass. ban of painkiller Zohydro

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