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  • Surprising Faces of Opioid Addiction

    I was recently a guest on The Dr. Oz Show to talk about the tsunami of opioid and heroin abuse happening in America. It was a factual account of the ... more
  • Home Emergency Crash Course

    Would you know what to do if you sliced your hand with a knife while chopping onions, or tripped and took a tumble down the stairs? Home accidents ... more
  • FAQ: The Facts About Food Addiction

    What is food addiction? Food addiction is a preoccupation with food – the person finds themselves chronically thinking about food, worried about ... more
  • Q&A: Saving Money at the Pharmacy

    Jenifer M. from Facebook asks: What do you do when your insurance doesn't cover your script on your formulary, such as Medicare?Ask your registered ... more
  • Fact Sheet: Anorexia Nervosa

    Anorexia NervosaApproximately 90 to 95% of people with anorexia nervosa are female (APA, 1994).Between 0.5 to 1% of American women suffer from ... more
  • Fact Sheet: Concussions

     OVERVIEW: A concussion is the most minor form of brain injury. Symptoms of a concussion may not start right away; they make start days or weeks ... more
  • FAQ: Concussions

    What is a concussion?A concussion is the most minor form of brain injury – but this doesn’t mean it’s not serious. A concussion is caused by a ... more
  • "Antibacterial" Isn't Worth It

    The next time you reach for some "antibacterial" hand soap, think again. It likely contains the chemical triclosan. And so do many other products ... more
  • Resources for Caregivers

    LongTermCare.govThe Administration for Community Living, an agency of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, brings together the efforts ... more
  • The Caregiver's Guide

    As a caregiver, you may find yourself facing a host of new responsibilities, many of which can be intimidating. At times, you may feel ... more
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