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Ronnie Wood Shares Message for People in Recovery in Age of COVID-19 – Rolling Stone

40th Brit Awards, Show, The O2 Arena, London, UK - 18 Feb 2020
Photo by JM Enternational/Shutterstock (10558794pa) Ronnie Wood 40th Brit Awards, Show, The O2 Arena, London, UK - 18 Feb 2020

Ronnie Wood Shares Message for People in Recovery Who Are Self-Isolating

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2020 UFAM Rally Featured Speaker, Tony Mandarich

UFAM 2020 Rally Featured Speaker

Tony Mandarich

Former NCAA All American MSU & 2nd overall NFL Draft pick 

Tony Mandarich

Tony Mandarich, 23 years sober, still can't escape 'incredible bust' moniker

 

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz., — Tony Mandarich took eight pills with his coffee that cold spring morning.

They were potent painkillers, habit-forming. He'd learned the second part the hard way.

They were blue gel capsules. He never forgot that detail. Over the previous four days, the former Michigan State football star had taken roughly 10 of them a day, well below his normal dosage, which nearly reached triple digits during his heyday.

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Americans are binge drinking themselves to death, studies warn

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Deaths related to binge-drinking on the rise, new studies show

Binge Drinking

 

Next time you toast to your health, you might want to make it a water.

American drinkers are boozing more, according to two new studies this month, and that’s leading to more alcohol-related deaths.

Thanks to our ballooning benders, 73,000 Americans died from liver disease and other alcohol-related illnesses in 2017 — more than double in 1999 when that number was 36,000, according to data from the National Center for Health Statistics.