Elsewhere, federal health officials are allowing patients to take home methadone, another treatment drug. And they issued emergency guidance to make it easier for addiction professionals to offer help by phone, without obtaining the written consent required to share patient records. … [Read more...] about Virus outbreak creates new challenges for addiction recovery
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'Jobless claims were terrible. I think the market thought it would be terrible so they got their number here. You´ll probably get a bad number - maybe not as bad - next week and April payrolls will be terrible. We´re still several months away from this turning higher,' Stan Shipley, Macro Research Analyst at Evercore, said. … [Read more...] about One in three Americans say they or an immediate family member have lost their job as coronavirus continues to cripple the economy and new unemployment claims soars to 3.3million
As Moench spoke, I heard grunts and impatient stirring from a plump man sitting behind me. He introduced himself to me as Bill Stringer, one of the three Uintah County commissioners. In the 10 years before he took office in 2014, Stringer ran the Vernal branch of the Bureau of Land Management. Under him, the outpost grew from a single-story affair to one of the busiest licensing offices in the country. Stringer and his staff approved nearly three times the number of permits per year as his predecessor did. They granted “every application put before them,” says Stan Olmstead, an inspector for the BLM who quit in disgust under Stringer. “We couldn’t do site inspections; anyone with integrity up and left.” (Stringer tells Rolling Stone Olmstead has it wrong. He says his office performed the inspections required by law, and that Olmstead, an environmental inspector in the field, had no direct knowledge of permits granted or rejected by the Vernal office. When … [Read more...] about What’s Killing the Babies of Vernal, Utah?
Turning vast stretches of Pennsylvania into a pincushion in order to ship gas to China doesn’t exactly mesh with McClendon’s emphasis on making America energy independent. But unless something changes, that’s precisely where things are headed – on a grand scale. “In the Marcellus, the boom has just begun,” says Ingraffea, the Cornell engineer. “The idea is to drill everywhere.” Tougher laws and stricter enforcement could mitigate the damage to people and the environment, but widespread drilling – especially at the boomtown pace that McClendon is pushing – will inevitably result in mishaps. Well casings will fail. Fracking chemicals will be spilled. Drinking water will be contaminated. Methane will seep into the atmosphere, accelerating global warming. When you add it all up, you can see why many environmentalists and clean-energy activists no longer see natural gas as a bridge to a more sustainable future. “It’s … [Read more...] about The Big Fracking Bubble: The Scam Behind Aubrey McClendon’s Gas Boom
**Want FOX News Halftime Report in your inbox every day? Sign up here.**On the roster: At last, the right conversation about coronavirus - Biden struggles to close massive cash gap - Census struggles - Audible: The original social distancer - A shrubbery!AT LAST, THE RIGHT CONVERSATION ABOUT CORONAVIRUSKen Feinberg’s resume reads like the nightmare tour of the early 21st century: 9/11, the Virginia Tech shootings, the Panic of 2008 bailout, the BP oil spill, the Penn State rapes and the Sandy Hook massacre.Ted Kennedy with a Boston accent that could cut glass, Feinberg became America’s go-to guy for administering relief funds after a federal judge picked him to oversee the 1984 Agent Orange settlement between chemical companies and Vietnam veterans and their estates. current forecast is that the death toll will be just below 100,000 for the period ending Aug. 4. But it’s not just that the numbers are so huge, … [Read more...] about At last, the right conversation about coronavirus
- Stay 6 feet away from people who are coughing or sneezing or sick - Cough or sneeze into a tissue or your elbow, and then throw the tissue into a closed bin - Wash hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds, especially after blowing nose, coughing or sneezing, after using restroom, and before eating or learning to prepare food - If soap and water are not available, teach children to use hand sanitiser … [Read more...] about The digital detox is dead: Coronavirus ended the screen-time debate, and screens won