Monthly Archives: February 2013

‘RHOBH’ Brandi Glanville blog discusses Taylor Armstrong’s addictions – Examiner.com


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'RHOBH' Brandi Glanville blog discusses Taylor Armstrong's addictions
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However, Taylor went in the opposite direction in her blog, saying Kim is not "Dr. Drew" and addicts shouldn't point out the problems of other addicts. Brandi clearly sided with Kim here, as she said that Kim was coming from a loving place when trying ...

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US pledges expanded support for Syrian rebels but no military aid – The Guardian


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US pledges expanded support for Syrian rebels but no military aid
The Guardian
Syria's opposition has won fresh financial and material support from the US but its demands for weapons to fight Bashar al-Assad were ignored in favour of calls for a "political solution" to end the crisis. John Kerry, the new US secretary of state ...
US to bolster support for Syrian rebelsAljazeera.com
Syria rebels to get direct non-lethal support from US for 1st time, Secretary ...CBS News
Syria: Russia worried US aid may support 'extremists'Alaska Dispatch
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Lenten Question of the Week: What Distractions/Addictions are Keeping You … – Patheos (blog)


Lenten Question of the Week: What Distractions/Addictions are Keeping You ...
Patheos (blog)
Lenten Question of the Week: What distractions or addictions are keeping you apart from God, love, and abundant life? It's an interesting question. Richard Rohr teaches that 95%+ of human thought is repetitive and useless. If he's right then the answer ...

Drug’s resurgence as ‘Molly’ worries addictions expert – CBC.ca


Drug's resurgence as 'Molly' worries addictions expert
CBC.ca
Recent pop-culture references to "Molly," or powdered ecstasy, has a U.S. addictions expert concerned that a longtime club drug is gaining mainstream popularity. Popular artists like Trinidad James, Kanye West and Nicki Minaj have made references in ...

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‘Cricketers seeking help for addictions’ – DAWN.com


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'Cricketers seeking help for addictions'
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'Cricketers seeking help for addictions'. AFP | 3 hours ago. 0. Tweet · tony adam, tom maynard, surrey cricket, drugs in cricket, Professional Footballers'. “Sixteen years ago, when I got sober — and this is why I started the charity — I had nowhere ...
lessons must be learned by allESPNcricinfo.com

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Mayor pleased about addictions recovery centre – CBC.ca


Mayor pleased about addictions recovery centre
CBC.ca
A mayor on Newfoundland's west coast is feeling better about plans to open an addictions recovery centre in her community. A meeting was held Tuesday night between 70 residents of Glenburnie-Birchy Head-Shoal Brook and the new owner of the Red ...

Addictions treatment inpatient admissions temporarily cut to two days a week – TheChronicleHerald.ca


Addictions treatment inpatient admissions temporarily cut to two days a week
TheChronicleHerald.ca
Admissions to Capital Health's inpatient addictions treatment program are temporarily only available two days a week due to a lack of physicians. “The addictions program has determined that additional physician services are required to meet regulations ...

Darlington women stole chicken to fund heroin addictions – The Northern Echo


Darlington women stole chicken to fund heroin addictions
The Northern Echo
TWO women stole chicken from a supermarket and sold it for half the price to fund their heroin addictions, a court heard. Nicola Ludgate, 37, and Dawn Mitchinson, 47, both of West Moor Road, Darlington, appeared before the town's magistrates yesterday ...

Food addictions: It’s not your fault – Chicago Phoenix


Food addictions: It's not your fault
Chicago Phoenix
One of the first things I tell new clients who have had weight issues for most of their lives is “it's not your fault.” I never had any real proof, but my intuition told me that something evil was at play with the food industry when it came to highly ...

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Will You Pass On Your Junk Food Addictions? – New York Times (blog)


Will You Pass On Your Junk Food Addictions?
New York Times (blog)
Like so many of you, I clicked on the article in the middle of The New York Times's home page, “The Extraordinary Science of Addictive Junk Food,” and the image that greeted me — unmistakably that of a nacho cheese Doritos chip — presented a problem.

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