Opioid Crisis Friday: Real Life Stories of People Affected by Opioid Usage.

The Real Story of Britton Britton began taking opioids prescribed by his doctor at age 19 after sustaining a severe shoulder injury while serving in the U.S. Army. By age 22, Britton was addicted. Britton’s opioid use disorder was compounded by his wife’s substance use disorder and his relationships with fellow Veterans who misused prescriptionContinue reading “Opioid Crisis Friday: Real Life Stories of People Affected by Opioid Usage.”

Opioid Crisis Friday: Real Life Stories of People Affected by Opioid Usage.

This is the story of Brenda When she was 25, Brenda was in a car crash on her way to the grocery store. After the incident she needed to see numerous doctors and neurologists, and one of them gave her a prescription for opioid pain medication. Brenda doesn’t remember being warned about the risks ofContinue reading “Opioid Crisis Friday: Real Life Stories of People Affected by Opioid Usage.”

5 States Move to Outlaw or Label Meat from mRNA-Injected Livestock, Which You May Already Be Eating

Fact checkers admit pigs are already receiving vaccines using “RNA particle technology” by Sara Burrows Arizona, Tennessee, Idaho, Missouri and North Dakota have all introduced legislation either banning or requiring labeling of meat from animals that have received mRNA vaccines or “gene therapy.” You may have gone to great lengths to avoid being injected with Covid vaccines,Continue reading “5 States Move to Outlaw or Label Meat from mRNA-Injected Livestock, Which You May Already Be Eating”

An elderly man was scammed out of millions. Could the bank have done more to prevent fraud?

by Amritpal Kaur Sandhu-Longoria, USA Today Why would 76-year-old Larry Cook transfer over $3.6 million out of the country just before his death? That was tickling the mind of Janine Satterfield as she was mourning her beloved uncle. A decorated veteran who served with the U.S. Navy as commander for 24 years until 1992, heContinue reading “An elderly man was scammed out of millions. Could the bank have done more to prevent fraud?”

Opioid Crisis Friday: Real Life Stories of People Affected by Opioid Usage.

This is the story of Ann Marie Ann Marie’s son, Christopher, was a great student and a gifted baseball player, and he was very close to his mother and sister. When he was 20 years old, Christopher was in a minor car crash and was prescribed opioids for back pain following the crash. Christopher’s toleranceContinue reading “Opioid Crisis Friday: Real Life Stories of People Affected by Opioid Usage.”

Opioid Crisis Friday: Ferndale parents charged for first-degree murder in death of 5-year-old.

The three adults were arrested for first-degree murder. Author: KING 5 Staff FERNDALE, Wash. — Three adults were arrested Thursday in connection to the death of a 5-year-old girl. According to a press release from the Ferndale Police Department, the girl died after she ingested fentanyl at her home on March 8 of this year. Her parents, MelissaContinue reading “Opioid Crisis Friday: Ferndale parents charged for first-degree murder in death of 5-year-old.”

The way the IRS operates is about to undergo a major change. Here’s what that means for you

View of the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) building in Washington, DC, on January 24, 2023. STEFANI REYNOLDS, AFP via Getty Images

Mental Health Mondays: Gaslighting: What It Is and How to Know It’s Happening to You.

By Maia Niguel Hoskin, PhD Medically Reviewed by Seth Gillihan, PhD Whether subtle or overt, gaslighting is a manipulative form of abuse that can cause severe trauma. “Gaslighting” is more than just a trendy buzzword. The concept has been around for decades. And mental health experts say it’s a psychological phenomenon that can have serious emotional implicationsContinue reading “Mental Health Mondays: Gaslighting: What It Is and How to Know It’s Happening to You.”

This Day In History: Hitler Admits Defeat 1945

On April 22, 1945, Adolf Hitler, learning from one of his generals that no German defense was offered to the Russian assault at Eberswalde, admits to all in his underground bunker that the war is lost and that suicide is his only recourse.  Almost as confirmation of Hitler’s assessment, a Soviet mechanized corps reaches Treuenbrietzen, 40 miles southwestContinue reading “This Day In History: Hitler Admits Defeat 1945”

Carvana customer says he bought his wife a luxury car for $68K — but it turned out to be stolen

by Jordan Hart A North Carolina man said he spent nearly $70,000 on a car to give to his wife as a gift, only to find out later that the used Maserati was stolen. Army veteran Jason Scott told WTVD that he’d purchased what he believed was a 2021 Maserati from Carvana as a birthday presentContinue reading “Carvana customer says he bought his wife a luxury car for $68K — but it turned out to be stolen”