Does Dr. Ablow work with substance-dependent patients?

Yes. Dr. Ablow has worked with patients who suffer with alcohol dependence, as well as dependence on marijuana, cocaine, opiate pain medications and heroin. He has achieved extraordinary success helping these patients rid themselves of addiction. The post Does Dr. Ablow work with substance-dependent patients? appeared first on Dr. Keith Ablow. Originally posted 2018-08-03 22:01:06….

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We are raising a generation of deluded narcissists | Fox News

A new analysis of the American Freshman Survey, which has accumulated data for the past 47 years from 9 million young adults, reveals that college students are more likely than ever to call themselves gifted and driven to succeed, even though their test scores and time spent studying are decreasing … Originally posted 2018-08-22 13:07:51….

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Recipes: A sweet way to get your coffee fix

Is your daily dose of coffee or espresso not enough for you? Are you looking for something a little extra? You’ve come to the right place.Today, I’m sharing three recipes for coffee lovers. Even if you’re not a coffee lover, I’m confident I can convert you after you’ve made at least one of these recipes.Nearly…

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Off the Vine: The long-awaited resurgence of rosé wine

With the warm weather finally upon us, you can bet rosé is on my summertime wine list. Rosé, also known as rosato in Italy and rosado in Spanish-speaking countries, is a type of wine that incorporates some of the color from red grape skins but not enough to qualify it as a full-blown red wine….

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LISTEN: The Beer For Everyone Project tries a black and blue, other beers

He thinks there’s a beer out there for everyone. She thinks he’s nuts. We’ll find out who’s right in The Beer for Everyone Project. This week, Nicole tries a black and blue and three beers she picked out for herself. Originally posted 2018-11-24 00:02:11. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

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Mile Twelve visits Club Passim with new and traditional bluegrass sounds

There wasn’t any bluegrass spinning around in Evan Murphy’s head when he was growing up in Milton. Nor was he playing guitar, though there was one sitting in a corner, gathering dust.But these days, he’s writing songs, singing, and playing guitar in the bluegrass quintet Mile Twelve, which will be premiering a batch of new…

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Off the vine: Merry Edwards produces exceptional pinot noir

Back in the early ’70s it was almost unheard of to find women graduating from the University of California-Davis Department of Viticulture and Enology. Of course that didn’t stop Merry Edwards; she was determined to make a name for herself as a winemaker. In fact Edwards has forged a path for generations of female winemakers…

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Young guitarist Baxter Hall premieres his trio at Franklin’s Black Box

He’s only 19, but guitarist Baxter Hall has already lived an incredibly busy musical life. His accomplishments will be on full display when the Baxter Hall Trio makes their official debut at The Black Box in Franklin on May 24.A native of Jamaica Plain, who moved with his family to Millis when he was 5,…

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What are the early signs of ADHD?

Symptoms of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder present in many different ways. However, there are also many traits shared by people with ADHD. These can include irritability, lack of concentration, and fidgeting. This article helps you spot the signs so that people can be directed to the appropriate treatment. Originally posted 2018-08-03 23:03:59. Republished by Blog…

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Prince tribute show from Vegas to take Hanover stage

WORCESTER — Jason Tenner didn’t become a fan of Prince until he was Prince.The music he was listening to growing up included Bob Marley and Led Zeppelin, but “there wasn’t a lot of Prince,” Tenner recalled. “I was 19 when ‘Purple Rain’ (the 1984 rock movie drama and its soundtrack) came out. The only thing I…

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