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Whether you’re shopping for chic work-from-home attire or a new…

Whether you’re shopping for chic work-from-home attire or a new go-to look for when our lives go back to being a bit more social, @thescoutguide put together a collection of eight examples that would make wonderful additions to any closet. See them all...


Apology to the Young Addict by James BrownIf you think you've had it with addiction memoirs, James Brown will change your mind completely. Brutally honest, tender, forthright, challenging, these essays lay bare the day-to-day struggle to overcome addic...

Drug Withdrawal Symptoms: How Long Do They Last?

When someone is looking to quit drugs and alcohol, they can be very apprehensive of beginning what is often a challenging and uncomfortable process? Perhaps the biggest obstacle in discontinuing the use of drugs is dealing with the withdrawal symptoms....

The Isolation Journal

I have to be honest guys, this isolation is starting to get to me. 😳 I love to laugh and make jokes, and I truly believe laughter is the best medicine and it’s been seeing me through this shit show so far, but sometimes I have a tendency to use humor as armor – to... <a class="more-link" href="">Continue Reading →</a>

“Drug overdoses may be linked to COVID-19 pandemic anxiety” – Belleville health unit

<p>A spike in both serious and fatal drug overdoses over the last week in Belleville can’t be definitively pinned down for a precise cause but it may be linked to angst being felt around the world due to COVID-19 pandemic anxiety. The local health unit said Tuesday it’s been apprised by Belleville Police Service of […]</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="">“Drug overdoses may be linked to COVID-19 pandemic anxiety” – Belleville health unit</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="">Opioid Clinic | Alcohol Addiction Treatment Hamilton – Towards Recovery</a>.</p>

Alabama Governor Issues Proclamation Regarding Notaries and Witnesses

On March 26, Governor Kay Ivey issued a proclamation that temporarily allows notaries who are licensed attorneys or operating under the supervision of a licensed attorney to notarize signatures through videoconferencing programs and confirm the signatures of witnesses who participate virtually through videoconferencing as if they were physically present at the signing. In addition, any person who witnesses a document through videoconferencing technology can now be considered an “in person” witness, provided that the presence and identity of the witness is validated by the notary at the time of signing using the same identification that is required under current law. The official date and time will be the date and time when the notary witnesses the signature via videoconference. Further, all documents must be returned to the notary for certification and execution. These new temporary rules will remain in effect for the duration of the public health emergency unless rescinded or extended by proclamation.
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