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New York Schools To Begin Mental Health Education Classes 

 

At the top of July 2018, New York State (NYS) required public schools to implement a mental health segment within the curriculum. With the school year now underway, the program will take effect and aim to nurture children’s perception and experience with mental health.

While the learning plan aims to educate young students, it’ll also serve as a learning tool for teachers. At the top of the year, when the mandate was first announced, Glenn Liebman, CEO of NYS Mental Health Association, said to News10, “We’re not looking to be psychiatrists. We don’t want teachers to be clinicians or anything like that. We’re looking for them to have a basic understanding about mental health issues, about signs and symptoms.”

Vibe

Tags: All Rights, Americans, Celebration, Children, Choices, Dedication, Education, Environment, Inclusion, Instructional, Mental Health, Parenting, Program, Respect, Stepping Up, Support, Youth

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27-Sep-2018


Humans have been messing with the climate for thousands of years 

 

Thousands of years ago, ancient farmers grew oats, corn and wheat, just as they do today. They also cultivated rice and raised livestock. But a millennia ago, they cleared much more land than modern day farmers do, despite having fewer people to feed. That’s because farming was far less efficient. Mechanized harvesters didn’t exist, and growers had yet to develop crops that could be planted in tightly packed rows, yielding more food from less space.

The scientists used a computerized climate model to simulate the climate nearly 777,000 years ago. The climate back then looked more or less what the climate today would look like if not for the warming caused by carbon pollution from ancient farming and modern industrialization, he said. This climate model offered higher resolution than previous models used by the team.

Popular Science

Tags: Chemicals, Dedication, Ecology, Environment, Humanity, Nature, Population, Study, Terraforming, Treatment, Weather, World

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19-Sep-2018


State says seniors were abandoned during California wildfire 

 

Staff at two senior care centers abandoned residents during an evacuation as wildfires swept through Northern California last October, state officials said Thursday as they moved to revoke licenses from the Santa Rosa facilities and their top administrators. Nobody in either facility died.

A Department of Social Services complaint says more than 20 people would have died when a dementia facility burned to the ground if family members and emergency responders hadn't evacuated them after all staff left. The investigation says night staff members at Villa Capri were not trained in emergency procedures and had never practiced a fire drill. They could not find keys to a bus that could have sped evacuations.

At least three residents were never evacuated from another facility, Varenna, and workers who found them the next morning lied about it, the investigation found.

Both care centers are owned by Oakmont Senior Living, which called the allegations unfounded.

ABC News

Tags: Abuse, Aging, All Rights, Backlash, Choices, Dedication, Employment, Environment, Exclusivity, Health, Hypocrisy, Insurance, Investigation, Nature, No more Heroes, Privilege, Protections, Safety, Seniors, Support, Survival, Tragedy, Treatment

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07-Sep-2018


Texas doctor faces backlash after saying female counterparts make less because they ‘don’t work as hard’ 

 

A doctor in Plano, Tex., sparked outrage after he told a medical publication that female physicians make less than men because they “don't work as hard” and prioritize “something else … family, social, whatever."

Medical professionals have since taken Gary Tigges to task on social media for views they say are discriminatory and disproved by most research. Some have criticized the Dallas Medical Journal for highlighting the remarks; others have praised the monthly magazine for exposing them.

The quote appeared in the “Big and Bright Ideas” section of the September edition of the journal as part of a feature asking industry professionals to share their thoughts and potential solutions to the gender pay gap in medicine.

Washington Post

Tags: All Rights, Dedication, Employment, Environment, Exclusivity, Health, Opinion, Perception, Sexism, Woman's Rights

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03-Sep-2018


It’s time to level with people about climate change 

 

More companies are taking steps to reduce their impact on the environment. Earlier this year, Ceres released an excellent comprehensive view of which companies are taking what actions (and what more needs to be done). The upside is that 64 percent of the 600 largest U.S. companies have commitments in place to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

As I’ve noted here before, many companies actually have concrete, science-based targets for reductions in waste and energy and water use — so much so that companies all sound the same when they talk about their goals. I’ve urged corporations to set the appropriate targets but to hone in on one environmental or social issue they can own — that they can be known for and solve. It’s what consumers want companies to do, and being known for leading on an issue is fully leverage-able from a brand-building standpoint.

But I think it’s time to go further.

It’s time to level with people.

Green Biz

Tags: Business, Choices, Dedication, Environment, History, Irony, Nature, Opinion, Perception, Population, Safety, Science, Survival, Weather, World

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29-Aug-2018


California May Make Abortion Pill Available at All Public University Student Health Centers 

 

California, the nation’s most populous state and a national leader in protecting and advancing reproductive health, could become the first to ensure that medication abortion is available to college students in public universities.

ACLU

Tags: Abortion, All Rights, Celebration, Dedication, Drugs, Education, Environmentalist, Health, Laws, Medical, Nature, Overpopulation, Parental Burden, Product, Program, Respect, Support, Woman's Rights

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17-Aug-2018


If you’re wondering why you’ve lost friends in adulthood, this is probably why 

 

What a lot of people don’t appear to understand is that the single easiest way to make friends is to show up when it matters — and the single easiest way to lose friends is to, well, not.

That sounds obvious, but a pattern I’ve observed again and again among the people in my social circle (a social circle that skews young and urban, to be clear) is that they often don’t have close, meaningful friendships. They want them, but they aren’t willing to go out of their way to dedicate time and effort to developing these relationships.

Vox

Tags: Advice, Dedication, Environment, Relationships, Respect, Support, Treatment

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17-Aug-2018


Masturbation Matters: 15 Better Ways to Get Off 

 

A good jack-off falls somewhere between agony and prayer. In the shower, I make the same face Mary makes in Bernini sculptures. Panting, my face against the door, I nearly whisper, “Thank you, lord.”

Some people consider masturbation a second-tier sexual experience. We’ve all heard the “sad jack-off story.” After a night of fruitless cruising, your buddy settled for his hand.

There is a problem in the way we talk about self-pleasure. Self-care is often seen as shameful, embarrassing, or unimportant in our social-obsessed culture. But self-pleasure is something nearly everyone does, something everyone should do, and something we could all do better. Masturbation matters because your body matters. Because pleasure is healthy.

Let me lend a hand. Browse these 15 ways to get the most out of your solo time.

Advocate

Tags: All Rights, Dedication, Entertainment, Environmentalist, Health, Instructional, Men, Mental Health, Nature, Safety, Service, Sex, Support, Therapy, Treatment

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16-Aug-2018


There’s a 50/50 chance that scruffy dude you woof’d has something very disturbing in his beard, study finds 

 

This just in: An alarming new study has found that 47% of beards contain fecal matter, even when washed on the same day.

Queerty

Tags: Beauty, Choices, Clean, Dedication, Environment, Hair, Health, Lifestyle, Nature, Safety, Science, Treatment, Waste

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03-Aug-2018


The Era of Affirmative Action May Not Last Much Longer 

 

On Tuesday, the Trump administration made its official position clear: Schools should limit their use of race as a factor when determining admissions. The administration is moving to rescind seven guidance documents from the Education Department’s Office for Civil Rights and the Department of Justice, according to The New York Times. These Obama-era memos encouraged elementary, secondary schools, and colleges to use race in efforts diversify their student bodies, and outlined how to do so within the law. The Trump administration will break with this precedent, and will not actively encourage schools to diversify, the Times reported.

The Atlantic

Tags: Americans, Community, Dedication, Education, Environment, Inclusion, Men In Charge, New World Order, Parental Burden, Parenting, Power, Privilege, Race, Self Interest, Treatment, Youth

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04-Jul-2018


The HIV-positive man who stopped thousands getting the virus 

 

Greg Owen wanted a new drug, not available through the NHS, that would stop him becoming HIV-positive. But it was too late - he already had the virus. Despite this, he and a friend worked on an ambitious plan to help thousands of others get the new treatment.

"You know when you do one thing… when your whole life changes? Pressing that send on Facebook was actually the moment my whole life changed."

Greg Owen grew up in Belfast, the eldest of six children. It was the 1980s, the height of the Troubles, and he was, as he puts it, "very gay".

BBC News

Tags: Community, Dedication, Disease, Drugs, Environment, Gay, Gay Rights, Govt, Instructional, Medical, Sex, Support, Treatment, World

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02-Jul-2018


It’s Not Just Abortion, Birth Control Coverage Is Also in Jeopardy 

 

But something that’s not getting as much attention is the fact that a more conservative court could rule against employers having to cover birth control and family planning clinics having to offer it. The potential intersection of reduced access to birth control and restricted abortion rights could set up a perfect storm of more unintended pregnancies and fewer places for women to access safe, legal abortion. Maternal death rates in the US are already too high, and the combination of some women being forced to carry an unintended pregnancy to term and likely delaying prenatal care and some women seeking abortions from unsafe providers could lead to even more women dying—particularly women of color and low-income women.

Tonic

Crisis Pregnancy Centers Are Lying to You. I Know Because I Worked at One.

Tags: All Rights, Americans, Bullying, Dedication, Environment, Hate, Health, Hostility, Ignorance, Keep Abortion Legal, Magic Splatter, Men In Charge, New World Order, Parental Burden, Parenting, Population, Safety, Science, Self Interest, Sexual Harassment, Tragedy, Unity, Waste, Woman's Rights, Women

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29-Jun-2018


Inside the vigilante group of New Yorkers who hunt rats at night 

 

Rats aren't only a part of New York City’s underground — they're an inseparable part of its pop culture. There’s Master Splinter from the Ninja Turtles, Pizza Rat, and even Cannibal Rat. But for every celebrity rat, there’s another 250,000 to 2 million anonymous rodents living in the city — and the city health department is fighting to bring down.

Last year, three people in a Bronx city block made the news for contracting leptospirosis through rat urine. Only two survived.

Vice

Tags: Dedication, Disease, Ecology, Environment, Environmentalist, Health, History, Laws, Pests, Population, Program, Respect, Science, Survival

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29-Jun-2018


Family can sue Walgreens over woman's death after insurance denial, court says 

 

Does a pharmacy have an obligation to help a patient be sure that insurance will cover a prescription? That's the question at the heart of a landmark case that the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court ruled on Thursday.

Yarushka Rivera, 19, of Lowell had epilepsy and took a drug called Topamax to manage her life-threatening seizures. Her insurer, MassHealth, covered the drug, and the family was able to pick it up from their local Walgreens until June 2009 without any trouble.

A month later, after Rivera turned 19, MassHealth wouldn't cover the cost of the drug without a doctor's pre-authorization for insurance coverage. The pharmacy told the family about the requirement and said they would have to pay $399.99 out of pocket for the crucial medication -- money they did not have, according to court documents.

CNN

Tags: Abuse, Business, Choices, Court, Dedication, Disease, Drugs, Employment, Environment, Health, Ignorance, Investigation, Justice, Medical, Parental Burden, Program, Respect, Sad, Treatment

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08-Jun-2018


Teenage depression: If a parent doesn’t get treatment for a child, is that abuse? 
 

Hospital visits for kids in the U.S. who have contemplated or thought about suicide have risen sharply.

As a child and adolescent psychiatrist, I am not surprised. For years, I ran a child psychiatric hospital, where we treat kids after they attempt suicide. Usually, by the time I diagnose a teenager with depression, it is almost too late. Almost. It’s estimated that one in five teens will have depression, but two-thirds of them will go undiagnosed.

The Conversation

Tags: Children, Choices, Dedication, Disease, Education, Environment, Family, Mental Health, Parental Burden, Parenting, Perception, Respect, Safety, Study, Suicide, Therapy, Treatment, Youth

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01-Jun-2018




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