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Channel Guide MagazineDog the Bounty Hunter fans know Lyssa Chapman as “Baby Lyssa,” the petite and beautiful blond daughter of Duane Dog Chapman, stepdaughter of Beth Chapman and half sister to the show’s other stars, Leland and Duane Lee Chapman —...
I tried your steps And stumbled down your stairs My only problem with drugs Is that they always run out These lyrics are from "The Problem With Drugs" by The Popular Mechanics, a Replacements-meets-Steve-Earle quartet. But the band does not...
Troubled celebs struggling to overcome addictions might start pointing their limos in an unlikely direction: the remote Lake County town of Umatilla. The former Florida Elks Children's Hospital in Umatilla is being reborn as a luxury drug-rehab center...
Re "Felons allowed to help addicts, a report finds," May 14 The fact that addiction counselors in California who are sex offenders and other types of felons are allowed to provide addiction treatment is just the tip of the iceberg in a fundamentally...
This year I think we’ll break our Father's Day habit of staying close to home and take my husband to the Addiction Bistro, a little café on La Cienega Boulevard that serves burgers and sausages, chili and ice cream. I found the Addiction Bistro...
California's lax rules governing who can work as substance abuse counselors have allowed sex offenders and other felons to treat addicts with little to no scrutiny by the state, according to a report by the Senate Office of Oversight and Outcomes released...
You've probably heard the term "chocoholic" before. Maybe you've even used it to describe your devotion to what the Mayans and Aztecs believed was a food of the gods. Usually said jokingly, "chocoholic" actually nods to a potentially serious question: Can...
READER SUBMITTED: Quinnipiac University To Host Symposium "Exploring The Legacies Of The Great Hunger" May 17HamdenQuinnipiac University will host the symposium, "Exploring the Legacies of the Great Hunger: The Cultural, Spiritual, Psychological and Political Consequences for Today's Ireland from Centuries of Colonization," from 1 to 4:30 p.m. on Friday, May 17, in...
Rabies prevention The Department of Health offers information on how to prevent the spread of rabies and what to do in the event of exposure. Rabies is most often seen in raccoons, bats, foxes and skunks. Information: 410-222-7168 or visit aahealth.org....
Specialty courts in Lake and Cook counties help keep veterans and people with mental health problems out of trouble, officials sayNicholas Rodriquez did not know Seneka Harrington three years ago, but both of their lives were spinning out of control. They were in serious trouble following arrests on various felony charges. Rodriquez, now 22, had recently left the Navy. After an...
While marijuana use is still illegal under federal law, the general direction of state laws regarding marijuana is clearly moving in the direction of leniency. Two states in November, Colorado and Washington, legalized it for recreational purposes....
The Hartford CourantIn the 1980s, a Massachusetts college student named Mika Brzezinski made regular late-night grocery store trips so she could binge on junk food, which she'd follow with days of fasting and running. At about the same time, in Connecticut, then-WTNH TV...
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