No shame in dealing with matters of the mind

A morning timer blares on signal monotonously, gladly playing out the assignment it has persistently held up hours to do – stir Rania Raine from her rest. It’s 7 am, it’s an ideal opportunity to awaken, the blares sound with conviction and constancy. Be that as it may, Raine has effectively finished before time runs…

US soldier on trial for murder

A US trooper accused of killing regular citizens and different violations in Afghanistan has showed up in court while 11 different officers have conjured their sacred right not to affirm for the situation. Nine of the fighters who declined to take the testimony box on Monday are among twelve infantrymen of the fifth Stryker Brigade,…

A world of hillbilly heroin

During the two years Joe Sacco and I revealed from the most unfortunate pockets of the United States, regions that have been forfeited before the special stepped area of liberated and unregulated free enterprise, we discovered rotted and ruined networks as well as broken lives. There comes a second when the aggravation and surrender all…

Guantanamo manual supports controversial drug

Another arrangement for forcibly feeding hunger strikers at the US Naval Base at Guantanamo Bay incorporates the suggested utilization of a disputable medication that might cause genuine neurological issues, including one that imitates Parkinson’s illness. The UK-based basic freedoms bunch, Reprieve, documented an episode report this week with the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA)…

No shame in dealing with matters of the mind

A morning timer blares on prompt redundantly, gladly playing out the undertaking it has persistently held up hours to do – stir Rania Raine from her rest. It’s 7 am, it’s an ideal opportunity to awaken, the blares sound with conviction and perseverance. In any case, Raine has effectively finished before time runs out. She…

Syria’s teenaged prisoners of conscience

The most youthful known indicted detainee for inner voice on the planet is a Syrian resident. Her name is Tal al-Mallouhi, and she has been in jail since she was seventeen years of age. Furthermore, presently, after three years, it is horrifyingly clear that Syria doesn’t have an issue clearing up schoolchildren and damaging them…

Lebanon set to legalise medical, industrial cannabis cultivation

Beirut, Lebanon – Lebanon’s parliament is set to decide on a law that would sanction the development of cannabis for clinical and mechanical use with an end goal to help its disabled economy and control unlawful creation of the psychoactive plant. The draft law, which has been supported by parliamentary boards of trustees and is…

The West goes to pot

I walked into the clinic with $45, a photo ID and a coupon I found in an alt-weekly at the liquor store across the street. I was feeling anxious, I told the doctor, just not altogether right: A little depression here, a bit of insomnia there – tell-tale symptoms, a lonely cynic might say, of…

My mother’s battle with drug addiction in Pakistan

Karachi, Pakistan – Before I saw my mom in May, I had been fearing the gathering. I had no clue about what’s in store. She was furious and angry the last time I saw her. She had been sequestered inside a restoration office in Karachi since late 2015 and was furiously opposing treatment. Before long…

Mass psychosis in the US

Has America turned into a country of psychotics? You would unquestionably think along these lines, in light of the blast in the utilization of antipsychotic prescriptions. In 2008, with more than $14 billion in deals, antipsychotics turned into the single top-selling remedial class of physician endorsed drugs in the United States, outperforming drugs used to…