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America Needs More Clarences and Fewer Suicides in 2024. Volunteers for the Former?
The latest news from the CDC is that in 2022 almost 50,000 deaths from suicide were recorded in America – a 2.6% rise over 2021 which itself had a ...

Guest Viewpoint

Special people, veteran and civilian, will share their thoughts about today’s military and veterans.

Mail Call

Remember those “Subject Matter Experts” and our Advisory Board? Here’s where you will find our reader’s questions and their answers. Particularly interesting or important items will be shared as editorials.

The War on Recovery, Part 1: How the U.S. Sidelines Methadone and Buprenorphine

“Outdated views, combined with stigma around treatments for opioid use disorder, combined with the challenging regulatory environment, are leading to a situation where people just aren’t getting evidence-based care,” said Jesse Ehrenfeld, an anesthesiologist and president of the American Medical Association. “This is a moment where we need everybody to step up, and stop dragging their feet.”

Editor's Note: Can anyone tell me the VA stance on this issue? Are veterans being caught up in this whirlwind? Write me: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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