Rouble steady after hitting strong level against dollar since early 2022

Rouble hits 74.2550 to dollar Currency pares gains after big US inflation increase Rouble up versus euro, hits highest level since Jan. 12 UK warns of ‘most dangerous moment’ in Ukraine standoff MOSCOW, Feb 10 (Reuters) – The Russian rouble hit its strongest point since early January on Thursday before paring gains, at one point … Read more

Increased use of analgesics in midlife women but no association with mental stress: observations from the Prospective Population Study of Women in Gothenburg | BMC Women’s Health 2020. Statista, Inc. 55 Broad Street; 30th floor. New York, United States. Carrasco-Garrido P, de Andres AL, Barrera VH, Jimenez-Trujillo I, Fernandez-de-Las-Penas C, Palacios-Cena D, et al. Predictive factors of self-medicated analgesic use in Spanish adults: a cross-sectional national study. BMC Pharmacol Toxicol. 2014;15:36. Article Google Scholar Diener HC, Schneider R, Aicher B. Per-capita … Read more

New state funding for addiction service centers aims to bring more people towards recovery

The demand for resources for people is needed as drug and substance abuse continues to increase during Covid. This month, Governor Kathy Hochul announced $100 million will be invested into crisis stabilization centers for people who experience a mental health or substance use crisis. Recovering addicts such as Scotty Knowlton hope the investments result in … Read more

Plea In High Court Against Maharashtra Allowing Supermarkets To Sell Wine

Plea said Maharashtra’s wine move defeats aim of de-glamorising alcohol consumption (Representational) Mumbai: A public interest litigation (PIL) has been filed in the Bombay High Court to challenge the decision taken last month by the Maharashtra government, allowing the sale of wine in supermarkets and walk-in stores in the state. The petition was filed by … Read more

Five fat-burning exercises from Greg O’Shea’s Valentine’s workout

With Valentine’s Day around the corner, we all want to be in tip-top shape — and for some of us that can mean tackling areas of concern like ‘love handles’. Love handles occur due to fat retention around the hips and abdominal area. Unfortunately, there is no way to reduce fat in any one particular … Read more

Penn State research analyzes students’ ongoing mental health trends throughout coronavirus pandemic | University Park Campus News

A “substantial increase in academic distress” in college students during the 2020-21 academic school year was reflected in the 2021 Center for Collegiate Mental Health annual report. Although the CCMH is housed at Penn State, it gathers information from hundreds of colleges that contribute to overall research, according to its project manager, Alaina Cummins. The … Read more

Bigger campus sought for addiction treatment | News

HIGH POINT — A High Point nonprofit that provides housing and treatment services for substance abuse is again searching for a new location where it can expand to meet those needs. Caring Services has outgrown its current Chestnut Drive headquarters and nearby properties, Executive Director Becky Yates said. “We have to refer individuals seeking treatment … Read more

PIL in HC challenges Maharashtra cabinet nod to sale of wine in supermarkets, stores

A social activist from Ahmednagar earlier this week moved a Public Interest Litigation (PIL) in the Bombay High Court challenging the January 27 decision of the Maharashtra cabinet to permit the sale of wine in supermarkets and walk-in stores. Currently, only registered wine stores are allowed to sell wine. Once notified, the new rules will … Read more

Bad table manners are recipe for soured romance: poll

More than one in four Canadians would consider breaking up with a partner over offensive eating habits, poor oral hygiene, survey finds. One of the most controversial celebrations in North America is upon us. While some Canadians gleefully celebrate Valentine’s Day, others despise it passionately. As has been the case with most holidays during the … Read more