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Scottie Andrew

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Almost 70 percent of prisoners in the study had mental health disorders, including substance abuse. [Read More]
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In less than a week, the number of infected customers surged and spread to 10 states, but officials still haven't identified the contaminated ingredient. [Read More]
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The researchers said the trend is likely caused by growing alcohol consumption, particularly in excessive amounts. [Read More]
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Archaeologists were forced to pause the excavation because of the putrid, centuries-old odor emanating from the tomb. [Read More]
The concurrent use of anti-anxiety medication and prescribed opioids makes overdoses five times more likely, studies show. [Read More]
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The concurrent use of anti-anxiety medication and prescribed opioids makes overdoses five times more likely, studies show. [Read More]
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Gross domestic product per capita increased as countries adopted more secular beliefs and policies, researchers found. [Read More]
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State lawmakers had adopted the study in legislative mandates that required doctors to tell women seeking abortions the process could be halted. [Read More]
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A six-percent loss in ice coverage over 15 years could mean global temperatures are rising more rapidly, causing a sharp spike in sea level, researchers... [Read More]
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Teen pregnancy rate declines were linked to improved access to contraceptives and a greater emphasis on academic success, researchers said. [Read More]
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The study defined excessive alcohol consumption as more than 14 drinks per week for men and more than seven drinks per week for women. [Read More]
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The proposed train could carry up to 2,000 passengers while suspended above a magnetic rail. [Read More]
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Physical environment and willpower to change were two primary factors in targeting unhealthy drinking behaviors. [Read More]
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More than 1.3 million opioid prescriptions were given to children ages 2 to 17 between 1999 and 2014, according to researchers. [Read More]
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