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The Gilmer Mirror
Daughter discovers father’s WWII diary - Mary Lou Darst releases ‘War Ready’ HOUSTON – During the Cold War a young American girl wrestles with the challenges of a military family always on the move. Exposure to historic places frequent travel an...with the story, as families welcoming soldiers home from the Middle East may fi
Daughter discovers father’s WWII diary - Mary Lou Darst releases ‘War Ready’ HOUSTON – During the Cold War a young American girl wrestles with the challenges of a military family always on the move. Exposure to historic places frequent travel an...
The Gilmer Mirror / Posted 2 days ago
with the story, as families welcoming soldiers home from the Middle East may find their loved ones experiencing symptoms of PTSD. Hardcover | 6 x 9in | 220 pages | ISBN 9781462031559 Softcover | 6 x 9in | 220 pages | ISBN 9781462031542 Mary Lou... Read more
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The Mining Journal
Bulletin Board- Saturday is the deadline to sign up for an upcoming series of Family to Famil
Bulletin Board
The Mining Journal / Posted 2 days ago
- Saturday is the deadline to sign up for an upcoming series of Family to Family classes offered by National Alliance on Mental Illness Alger/Marquette. The 12-week series of classes, which are free to the public, will be held... Read more
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Salon.com
Fox News’ right-wing thought police: Donald Trump, Bill O’Reilly and the hypocritical, phony bluster choking our politicsbrutality might have some connection to the high number of combat veterans work
Fox News’ right-wing thought police: Donald Trump, Bill O’Reilly and the hypocritical, phony bluster choking our politics
Salon.com / Posted 6 days ago
brutality might have some connection to the high number of combat veterans working as police officers, and the influence of PTSD. The outrage meter broke, and Baldwin, probably for reasons of job security, had to complete the ritual of claiming she... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
Amid camping debate, Sacramento’s backpack doctors tackle homeless health carethey’ll be in a better position to apply for work and reintegrate into society,
Amid camping debate, Sacramento’s backpack doctors tackle homeless health care
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 8 days ago
they’ll be in a better position to apply for work and reintegrate into society, according to the advocacy group National Alliance to End Homelessness. State Senate President Pro Tem Kevin de León and other Democratic leaders are pushing for $2... Read more
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The News-Times
Newtown activists call on merchants to ban guns in their storesNEWTOWN - Following pressure on several greater Danbury grocery stores to ban g
Newtown activists call on merchants to ban guns in their stores
The News-Times / Posted 8 days ago
NEWTOWN - Following pressure on several greater Danbury grocery stores to ban guns while shopping, the Newtown Action Alliance has called on Newtown businesses to prohibit guns in their stores. The Newtown Action Alliance, a non-profit formed to... Read more
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Crain's New York Business
Medical-marijuana dispensaries may have very short lines when they openbeen hampered by a lack of resources and state support, said Julie Netherland,
Medical-marijuana dispensaries may have very short lines when they open
Crain's New York Business / Posted 9 days ago
been hampered by a lack of resources and state support, said Julie Netherland, deputy director of the New York Drug Policy Alliance, who spoke at the panel, sponsored by the Cannabis and Hemp Association, a New York group for cannabis... Read more
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The Daily Review
Valley letters: Feds are falling down on the job of protecting usby saying I like dogs, support the people who need assistance and really apprec
Valley letters: Feds are falling down on the job of protecting us
The Daily Review / Posted 17 days ago
by saying I like dogs, support the people who need assistance and really appreciate the service dogs for veterans who have PTSD. But I am also very allergic to the dander of animals, including dogs of any type. I have been taking shots every month... Read more
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4029TV KHBS - KHOG Fort Smith - Fayetteville
The mental health issue behind gun violencethe judicial system or health care agencies due to mental illness, the American
The mental health issue behind gun violence
4029TV KHBS - KHOG Fort Smith - Fayetteville / Posted 18 days ago
the judicial system or health care agencies due to mental illness, the American Psychological Association, the National Alliance on Mental Illness and other advocacy groups have called for criteria based on more subtle indicators of potentially... Read more
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ClickOnDetroit
Researcher: Guns, mental illness have very little overlapthe judicial system or health care agencies due to mental illness, the American
Researcher: Guns, mental illness have very little overlap
ClickOnDetroit / Posted 18 days ago
the judicial system or health care agencies due to mental illness, the American Psychological Association, the National Alliance on Mental Illness and other advocacy groups have called for criteria based on more subtle indicators of potentially... Read more
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WJXT Jacksonville
Researcher: Guns, mental illness have very little overlapthe judicial system or health care agencies due to mental illness, the American
Researcher: Guns, mental illness have very little overlap
WJXT Jacksonville / Posted 18 days ago
the judicial system or health care agencies due to mental illness, the American Psychological Association, the National Alliance on Mental Illness and other advocacy groups have called for criteria based on more subtle indicators of potentially... Read more
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KTVZ Bend
C.O. groups among arts grants recipientsand others as well as products and services purchased in the funded communities
C.O. groups among arts grants recipients
KTVZ Bend / Posted 20 days ago
and others as well as products and services purchased in the funded communities. The 2016 recipients are: Arts Action Alliance Foundation, Oregon City, $7,000 To support "Youth Arts for Change." This project provides opportunitites for... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Medical marijuana advocates ask Gov. Rauner to expand the programman identified as a Marine veteran, Jonathan Byrne, who testified at last fall'
Medical marijuana advocates ask Gov. Rauner to expand the program
Chicago Tribune / Posted 25 days ago
man identified as a Marine veteran, Jonathan Byrne, who testified at last fall's advisory board hearing in favor of adding PTSD. In the video, he said he did two tours of combat duty in Iraq, and returned with problems from traumatic brain injury... Read more
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