A family-focused approach that supports families as they help a person get the treatment they need is proving to be successful, said a clinical psychologist at the provincial addiction treatment facility in Mount Herbert, P.E.I.
CRAFT program helps families assist addicts seek treatment
South Korean investigators raided the Seoul office of McDonald’s Corp. on Wednesday, following a series of complaints that children fell ill after eating hamburger patties alleged to have been undercooked, Yonhap News Agency and other media said.
Reports: McDonald's South Korea office raided in burger probe
Environmental campaigners are set to take the government back to court over what they say are ministers’ repeated failings to deal with the UK’s air pollution crisis.
UK government set to face fresh legal challenge over air pollution crisis
Helicopter parenting is reaching ever-loftier heights, thanks to GPS-connected gadgets that allow parents to track their child's every movement. But putting a tracker on your kid could be a bad idea for reasons besides the psychological, consumer advocacy groups claim.
How GPS watches can put kids in harm's way
Poverty is a blight, and one that disproportionately affects sub-Saharan Africa. It is a vast and complex issue whose tentacles reach into many areas, including climate change, sustainable development and –crucially — global security.
How poverty fuels extremism in Africa
There are more than 45,400 deaths in Canada attributable to smoking, and the habit cost the economy $16.2 billion in 2012, according a new study from the Conference Board of Canada.
Smoking costs 45,400 lives in Canada annually
Regulators and program makers are at odds over whether small children should be banned from watching television or using tablets and smartphones.
Should small children be banned from watching all screens?
Eighty-three percent of parents who give their kids an allowance believe they should earn it by doing chores, according to an annual T. Rowe Price survey.
Parents shouldn't pay their kids for chores
The UK national mental health commissioner, Professor Ian Hickie, has described private health insurance reforms affecting mental health as a ‘work-around’ that will lead to more mental health hospital beds without providing the community-based services people need.
Private insurance reforms on mental health a 'work-around'

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