2017 in review … what killed us

Today is 10/18/2018.. who will not be here tomorrow 2016 in review … what killed us 6775 Americans will die EVERY DAY – from various reasons 2700 people  WILL ATTEMPT SUICIDE 140 will be SUCCESSFUL – including 20 veterans 270 will die from hospital acquired antibiotic resistant “bug” because staff won’t properly wash hands and/or […]

Teamwork and technology: Facing the opioid epidemic head on

Teamwork and technology: Facing the opioid epidemic head on. https://www.drugstorenews.com/pharmacy/teamwork-and-technology-facing-the-opioid-epidemic-head-on/ The Opioid epidemic paints a grim picture that is impossible to overlook: according to the provisional 2017 data from the National Institute on Drug Abuse, the U.S. had 49,068 opioid overdose deaths, more than any previous year on record.1 The number of deaths involving a […]

Life: quality or quantity… One.. Both… Neither… decided by someone else ?

I have a chronic illness and suffer from non stop pain. Last March, when my father was dying and I was flying back and forth to Montana I spoke to my pain management people about the 15 plus hour flights. I explained the increased strain, pain, and stress I was under. (One flight actually got […]

Revolutionary new blood test can instantly identify chronic pain

Revolutionary new blood test can instantly identify chronic pain https://newatlas.com/blood-test-chronic-pain/54507/ A world-first blood test that can objectively identify chronic pain has been developed by a team of Australian researchers. The test can reportedly identify color changes in immune cells affected by chronic pain and hopefully give doctors a new way to diagnose the severity of […]

Fear of Addiction Phobia – Tuesday, October 16, 2018 8pm est www.cawnation.com

THE DOCTOR’S CORNER w/ DR. KLINE & JONELLE ELGAWAY Topic: Fear Of Addiction Phobia Call in with questions at (415) 915-2291 Tune in at www.cawnation.com OR YT Channel: The Doctor’s Corner

San Francisco to Vote on Taxing Rich Businesses for Homeless

San Francisco to Vote on Taxing Rich Businesses for Homeless https://www.usnews.com/news/cities/articles/2018-10-15/san-francisco-to-vote-on-taxing-rich-businesses-for-homeless San Francisco voters have a measure on the Nov. 6 ballot that would tax hundreds of the city’s wealthiest companies to help thousands of homeless and mentally ill. In this Oct. 1, 2018 photo, Stormy Nichole Day, left, sits on a sidewalk on Haight […]

Palliative Care Clinical Practice Guidelines (2018)

Palliative Care Clinical Practice Guidelines (2018) http://reference.medscape.com/viewarticle/902333 The fourth edition of palliative care clinical practice guidelines from the National Consensus Project for Quality Palliative Care are scheduled to be published on October 31, 2018.[1] Structure and Processes of Care Being holistic in nature, palliative care is provided by a team of physicians, advanced practice registered […]

A couple months ago our sister Michelle Bloem committed suicide due to uncontrolled pain- a GENOCIDE ?

A couple months ago our sister Michelle Bloem committed suicide due to uncontrolled pain. Before she was murdered for the sake of ‘preventing addiction’, Michelle wrote this: To whom it may concern, I have CRPS/RSD and am currently seeing a doctor that monitors my progress and medications. I was diagnosed in June of 2010. After […]

A 3-year-old’s accidental opiate overdose has family warning the public

A 3-year-old’s accidental opiate overdose has family warning the public     WATCH: A family from Shawnigan Lake is speaking out after their toddler was accidentally given a fatal dose of morphine. All because the pharmacist printed the wrong dosage – five times what the doctor ordered. As Kori Sidaway tells us, the family is […]

Sen Mike Lee (R-UT) only Senator to vote against in the opiate law recently passed

Sen. Mike Lee’s Solutions Summit educates students https://www.good4utah.com/news/local-news/utah-s-apparent-solution-to-opioid-crisis-going-national/1520433936 SALT LAKE CITY, Utah (News4Utah) Utah appears to be winning the fight against the opioid crisis. Deaths rates dropped three years in a row, while nationally they continue to climb.  State and federal leaders try to keep the momentum going with a Solutions Summit at the Vivint […]

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