For five years, SMART Recovery® for Family & Friends has been helping people support loved ones who are fighting addiction. This program includes online weekly meetings, active message boards, face-to-face meetings and a Family & Friends Handbook that explains the use of specific tools and strategies that can be employed […]
Presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders announced his support Wednesday for removing marijuana from a list of the most...
VANCOUVER, BC – The Supreme Court of Canada has ruled that current drunk driving laws in B.C. are constitutional...
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Seattle, WA (March 21, 2014) – Today, Mental Zone LLC is announcing the pending introduction...
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TEXAS, USA – The Texas State Board of Education voted to approve a Houghton Mifflin environmental science textbook Friday, after some thought advocates for the oil and gas industry had tried to “hijack” the book’s adoption process. Weighing which textbooks to approve, the board has been holding public hearings and […]Read more ›
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WASHINGTON – Last night, Republicans stood aside as Congress increased the debt limit and reopened the government. In return, they got nothing. Or more accurately, they got something that already existed, and gave Democrats something they’d been blocking for months. The deal Harry Reid struck with Mitch McConnell includes a […]Read more ›
Harvard University, Cambridge – The National Science Foundation has approved $45 million in grants over the next five years to open two new interdisciplinary research centers in Cambridge–the Center for Integrated Quantum Materials at Harvard and the Center for Brains, Minds, and Machines at MIT. Of the $45 million, up […]Read more ›