Every year the CDC comes out with its “deadliest drugs” list. Not sure when they started disregarding Nicotine and alcohol?? https://www.google.com/amp/s/metro.co.uk/2018/12/15/officially-deadliest-drugs-8251263/amp/CDC 10 most deadliest drugs in U.S. Blogger: Snakeface AdvertisementsRead More The CDC doesn’t consider alcohol and tobacco to be drugs??
Federal highway officials approved a $20 million grant for the North County Corridor, a future expressway skirting Modesto, Riverbank and Oakdale in north Stanislaus County. The road is expected to cost $688 million and will require additional funding. State transportation officials are expected to pinpoint the exact route in coming months, and construction could be a […]Read More Freeway envisioned north of Modesto draws federal money
The federal government announced plans Friday to crack down on nursing homes with abnormally low weekend staffing by requiring more surprise inspections be done on Saturdays and Sundays. “Since nurse staffing is directly related to the quality of care that residents experience, CMS is very concerned about the risk to resident health and safety that […]Read More Feds Order More Weekend Inspections Of Nursing Homes To Catch Understaffing
Now, almost a month after the fire erupted, with the weather worsening and evacuation shelters closing or relocating farther away, tensions are growing between those who were already homeless and the newly homeless, as each group reaches for the other’s resources. Local providers of shelter and aid are bracing for an influx of new people […]Read More After a California Wildfire, New and Old Homeless Populations Collide
The city of Sacramento will soon hire its first employees dedicated solely to picking up trash at homeless encampments. The City Council approved Tuesday spending $400,000 to fund the new trash collection crew, as well as several new pieces of trash disposal equipment, including a Gator-style utility vehicle to clean up human waste, a city […]Read More Sacramento to spend $400K to clean up trash at homeless camps
https://en.radiofarda.com/a/poverty-at-the-root-of-iran-s-child-labor-problem/29621609.html Child labor in Iran Upon surfing the web for articles relating to child abuse, I stumble upon this article about the child being treated in iran. Around here, children are working in their parent’s farm illegally and are forced to work on the street by drug. The Iran officials do acknowledge that […]Read More Child Labor in Iran
Interventions to Prevent Child Maltreatment For those who don’t know what Child maltreatment is, it’s basically the abuse and neglect that a child has gone through while being under the age of eighteen. Child maltreatment has been a controversial issue for quite a long time now and just recently, but I just found an article […]Read More Child Maltreatment