Principles of care established for young adults with substance use disorders

A national group of pediatric addiction medicine experts have released newly-established principles of care for young adults with substance use disorder. Led by the Grayken Center for Addiction at Boston Medical Center, the collection of peer-reviewed papers was developed to guide providers on how to treat young adults with substance use disorder given their age-specific […]

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National debt nears $28T as Biden prepares new spending initiatives

Former Trump 2020 campaign senior adviser and former White House senior adviser for strategic communication Mercedes Schlapp discusses Joe Biden’s plan to reverse Trump administration policies, specifically his approach to immigration. A national debt that surged as the Trump administration contended with the financial consequences of the coronavirus pandemic is expected to rise even higher […]

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Janet Yellen’s response to job losses from minimum wage increase ‘disappointing,’ Sen. Tim Scott says

Sen. Tim Scott, R-S.C., slammed President-elect Joe Biden’s Treasury Secretary nominee, Janet Yellen, for giving a ‘disappointing’ answer Tuesday on the impact a $15 federal minimum wage would have on small businesses that are already struggling during the coronavirus pandemic. “I asked @JanetYellen how raising the minimum wage to $15 affects the millions of #smallbiz […]

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