December 9, 2022
SNc Channels:

About Health articles Page 2

Page one || Next Page (Sep-29-2022 23:16)

Opioid Overdoses in Oregon Increased in 2021

Fentanyl and methamphetamine drive the rise in deaths and hospitalizations

(PORTLAND, Ore.) - opioid deaths Oregon Methamphetamines and synthetic opioids such as fentanyl helped drive an increase in opioid overdoses and related deaths in 2021, according to a new Oregon Health Authority (OHA) report.

Overdoses involving multiple drugs also rose during 2021 and now account for more than half of all fatal overdoses.

Read Full Article (Sep-27-2022 22:53)

Harm Reduction - An Ax to Grind in Drug/Fentanyl Tsunami

"Decriminalizing all drugs under the harm reduction agenda is dangerous."

(MYRTLE BEACH, SC) - morgue Now the harm reduction people supporting safe injection sites for drug addicts to continue shooting up illegal drugs are calling people who don't buy what they are selling, racist.

Do you know what people are who don't buy into the harm reduction agenda?

Read Full Article (Sep-21-2022 15:09)

The Guru: Live in Your Living Room!

Meditation is a lifeline to sanity in a world gone crazy.

(OLDENBURG, Germany) - Shiva Rudra Balayogi You can learn to meditate from one of the great spiritual teachers of India, then meditate with him live online and ask him questions – all for free.

He transmits a powerful force-field that you access by tuning in with devotion to his voice and picture.

Read Full Article (Sep-15-2022 15:41)

Proposed Nationwide Abortion Ban Highlights Importance of Oregon Election

Abortion is on the ballot in every single state.

(SALEM, Ore.) - abortion rights For nearly three months, we’ve seen the devasting impacts of abortion bans across the country, where patients are fleeing to states like Oregon to access critical health care. Now, anti-abortion lawmakers are doubling down, hoping to pass a national abortion ban.

Voters must know which candidates will defend their reproductive freedom.

Read Full Article (Sep-02-2022 11:47)

from Robert F. Kennedy, Jr.

"Censorship and COVID: An Attack on Science and American Ideals"

(MYRTLE BEACH, SC) - Robert Kennedy Jr. Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., Chairman and Founder of Children’s Health Defense, arranged to have his latest book sent to me by his publisher via Federal Express for my review.

Everyone, whether liberal or conservative, should read this intriguing and fact-based book.

Read Full Article (Aug-26-2022 23:58)

Handling Flea Issues with Cats in Sacramento

Flea issues happen year-round in Sacramento. If you’re worried about fleas in your cat’s coat, here are a few things to keep in mind.

(SALEM, Ore.) - cat fleas The generally pleasant weather in Sacramento may be a gift, but it also means that fleas can be a big problem all year round, as opposed to a problem only in the summertime.

Here’s how to manage flea issues with your cat.

Read Full Article (Aug-22-2022 13:45)

How Technology Can Help You Stay Connected

Challenging events can happen at any hour and we rarely get enough warning.

(SALEM, Ore.) - technology Taking care of ourselves is the number one strategy to keep ourselves mentally sane during these trying times. From yoga to war safety protocols, we have all gone through that rabbit hole of searching for tips on safety and protection.

However, at the core of it all lies an emphasis on community.

Read Full Article (Aug-19-2022 02:24)

The Climate Front: People Who Live There, with Attorney John Meyer

“There's no logging project that's an economic winner for the public.” -John Meyer

(LOS ANGELES, Calif.) - old growth forest Two landmark judgments have come down that have altered perceptions about stewardship and systems thinking in Montana’s outdoor paradise.

Both are informed by a growing awareness of the new information provided by climate science on species and habitats.

Read Full Article (Jul-30-2022 16:53)

The Climate Crisis: Now is the Time to Act

" countless lives with robust climate justice policy."

(SAN FRANCISCO, CA.) - climate change Amidst raging wildfires exacerbated by prolonged drought and three-digit temperatures, too many Americans are treating the climate crisis with resignation bordering on acceptance.

As our government seems unwilling or unable to solve this coming calamity to planet Earth...

Read Full Article (Jul-27-2022 23:18)

Camp Lejeune Water Contamination Presumptive Conditions

Up to one million military members and families have suffered from the effects of polluted water at Camp Lejeune.

(SALEM, Ore.) - Camp Lejeune All eligible veterans and certain family members who served at Camp Lejeune for at least 30 days (cumulatively) between 1953 and 1987 are currently eligible for two benefits from the VA.

Veterans exposed to polluted waters at the base during the qualifying period are granted disability compensation...

Read Full Article
Page one | | Next Page View more categories
Donate to and help us keep the news flowing! Thank you.

Tribute to Palestine and to the incredible courage, determination and struggle of the Palestinian People. ~Dom Martin

Use PayPal to

Your customers are looking: Advertise on!

The NAACP of the Willamette Valley

Special Section: Truth telling news about marijuana related issues and events.