The "Dr. Phil" show denied claims made in an expose that the staff gave addicted guests drugs and booze before tapings of the show. "The STAT article does not fairly or accurately describe the methods of 'Dr. Phil,' the TV show, or its mission to educate millions of viewers about drug and alcohol addiction," a rep for the "Dr. Phil" show told Fox News in a statement Friday.
Last week, People For the Ethical Treatment of Animals criticized Oregon Health and Science University for a "stupid and bizarre" experiment involving prairie voles. The experiment was meant to test the effects of alcohol on monogamous relationships.
Gov. Mark Dayton and Lieutenant Governor Tina Smith, left, enter the room in the Capitol where Dayton proposed a $45.8 billion two-year budget Tuesday morning, unveiling the proposal in person despite collapsing during Monday evening's State of the State address, at the State Capitol in St. Paul, January 24, 2017. Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton has said he's struggled with alcoholism and depression in the past, but he says neither is an issue now as he faces health concerns.
When he takes his oath of office on January 20, Donald Trump will likely be the first president in 24 years to have never used any form of illegal drug. Trump has long claimed that he has never once smoked cigarettes, touched alcohol or used drugs, which would distinguish him from the last three men to occupy the White House, all of whom either admitted to drug use or refused to deny it.
In what may be his last significant act as President Barack Obama's surgeon general, Dr. Vivek Murthy released a report Thursday calling for a major cultural shift in the way Americans view drug and alcohol addiction. The report, "Facing Addiction in America," details the toll addiction takes on the nation _ 78 people die each day from an opioid overdose; 20 million have a substance use disorder _ and explains how brain science offers hope for recovery.
You don't have to search far on the internet to find budget games that let you try your hand at setting the nation on a sustainable fiscal course. The underlying message is always the same - it ain't easy, especially if you are a rigid political ideologue.
Asked about the Kristallnacht comparison the former Massachusetts made when talking about Trump's proposal to deport an estimated 11 million undocumented immigrants from the country, the Republican candidate responded in true Trump form. "I don't talk about his alcoholism, so why would he talk about my foolishly perceived fascism?" Trump told The New York Times through a spokeswoman.