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Sadie Robertson Huff reflects on unhealthy relationship with fitness: 'If I don't take 20,000 steps, I'll fight'

Sadie Robertson Huff reflects on unhealthy relationship with fitness: ‘If I don’t take 20,000 steps, I’ll fight’

Sadie Robertson Huff says motherhood has changed her relationship with her body. (Photo: Getty Images) Sadie Robertson Huff gained a new perspective on her body after becoming a mother. The 25-year-old opened up about all things fitness and body image in the latest episode of WOAH, it’s good Podcast with his personal trainers and reflected …

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Web-based solution gives cops options for the mentally ill

Web-based solution gives cops options for the mentally ill

Police and health officials in Texas are using a web-based tool to collaborate and ensure that when police are confronted with someone in need of mental health resources, police will have the tools to locate the appropriate care within minutes. minutes instead of days or weeks. Whether it’s a hospital bed or a rehabilitation center, …

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Justice Department to investigate treatment of mentally ill adults in Oklahoma

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — A civil rights investigation into the treatment of people with mental illnesses by police in Oklahoma, Oklahoma City and Oklahoma City State was announced Thursday by the U.S. Department of Justice. “We will determine whether the state discriminates against adults with mental illness in Oklahoma County,” where Oklahoma City is located, …

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FILE - A woman walks past the entrance to the Wyoming Department of Health headquarters office in Cheyenne, Wyo, on May 24, 2022. Two Wyoming State Hospital patients died while staff at the mental health institution failed to follow proper procedures

Lawsuit: 2 Wyoming mentally ill dead, proceedings skipped

CHEYENNE, Wyo. — Two patients at Wyoming State Hospital died when mental health facility staff failed to follow procedures in a series of incidents of choking, neglect and medication error at the past four months, according to a lawsuit. protection & Advocacy System Inc. filed a lawsuit against the Wyoming Department of Health and directors …

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