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Hamilton: Barton jail inmates are overdosing: Who’s watching?
Ontario does not track overdose deaths in jail

Hamilton Spectator - The province is not tracking how many inmates are overdosing in jails across Ontario.

The government has no central database of this information, despite drugs being such a concern that the regional coroner is planning an inquest that will examine the overdose deaths of four inmates at the Barton Street jail. More...

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What can I do if I or someone I know is experiencing abuse?

Interval House – If you question your safety, or your children’s safety, you must act right away.

  • Are you in danger right now? Call 911. If you cannot speak, dial 911 and leave the phone off the hook. Police will automatically be dispatched.
  • If there is no 911 number in your area, check your phone book for the crisis/emergency number.
  • If you feel you can’t call the police, call your local crisis centre or local shelter. You can find numbers at the front of your phone book and have a confidential talk with an emergency counsellor.
  • In Toronto you can call the Assaulted Women’s Helpline at 416-863-0511 or Interval House at 416-924-1491. More...
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Why Medical Marijuana Is Not a Legal Drug in Canada

Huffington Post - Last month, the Globe and Mail ran an editorial questioning whether Health Canada's oversight of medical marijuana had "gone to pot". The piece outlines the history of medical marijuana legislation in Canada, the potential for profiteering by licensed producers, and takes Health Canada to task for the way they have handled the licensing process as well as for the difficulty the government agency seems to be having in regulating medical marijuana. The editorial would have been pretty much spot-on if it wasn't for a glaring error in the opening sentence: "Medical marijuana is a legal drug in Canada." It isn't. More...

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ADHD 'doubles the risk of early death'

adhd things to know about adhd working memoryMedical News Today - Having a diagnosis of attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder increases the risk of death and reduces overall life-expectancy, a large study published in The Lancet shows. It finds that people with attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder have a more than doubled risk of premature death - and that accidents are the most common cause. More...

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Binge drinker? It's linked to low intelligence

 

independent.co.uk - Researchers have linked binge drinking to low intelligence.

Scientists at the Karolinska Institutet in Stockholm analysed data from 49,321 Swedish men born between 1949-1951, who had been conscripted in the army between 1969-1971.

After examining IQ tests from their conscriptions and data on their total alcohol use, they found that lower results in IQ tests were associated with higher consumption of alcohol. More...


Love may be the cure for drunkenness
Medical News Today - Beyoncé sang that she was "Drunk in Love," but a new study suggests that "Sober in Love" might be more scientifically apt. Researchers at the University of Sydney and the University of Regensburg in Australia have found that oxytocin - popularly known as "the love hormone," due to its increased production in our brains during acts of intimacy - may have a sobering effect against alcohol. More...

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