In this archive episode, Dennis discusses the case laws around public intoxication. Recorded on 12/26/2017. 26:2B-16. Person intoxicated in public place; assistance to facility; determination of intoxication Any person who is intoxicated in a public place may be assisted to his residence or to an intoxication treatment center or other facility by a police officer or other authorized person. To determine whether or not such person is intoxicated, the police officer may request the person to submit to any reasonable test, including, but not limited to, tests of his coordination, coherency of speech, and breath. Any person who is intoxicated in a public place and who a police officer has reason to believe is incapacitated shall be assisted by the police officer to an intoxication treatment center or other facility. A police officer acting in accordance with the provisions of this section may use such force, other than that which is likely to inflict physical injury, as is reasonably necessary to carry out his authorized responsibilities. If the police officer reasonably believes that his safety or the safety of other persons present so requires, he may search such person and his immediate surroundings, but only to the extent necessary to discover and seize any dangerous weapon which may on that occasion be used against the officer or other person present. All persons acting under the provisions of this section shall be considered as acting in the conduct of their official duties and shall not be held criminally or civilly liable for such acts. Any person assisted by a police officer to a facility pursuant to the provisions of this section shall receive treatment in accordance with section 9. In any event, if such person is determined upon examination to be intoxicated, the examining physician or other medically competent individual shall so certify and a duplicate copy of the certification shall be made available to the police officer. A person assisted to a facility pursuant to the provisions of this section, shall not be considered to have been arrested and no entry or other record shall be made to indicate that he has been arrested.
Have you ever heard of spiritual reading? Spiritual reading can be very enriching for your life of prayer. Today we discuss some important influences in our lives and some of the fruit we have received from recent spiritual reading.Here is the book we discuss today-Sober Intoxication of the Spirit: Filled With the Fullness of GodBy Raniero Cantalamessa O.F.M. Cap.Questions? Ideas for Future Shows?Contact us at:firstname.lastname@example.org@dbqarch.org
Kamalashila explores the centrality of mindfulness to the Buddhist path. He discusses the concept of intoxication, with reference to the 5th Precept and the Sutra of Golden Light. Kamalashila then considers the four foundations of mindfulness from the Satipatthana Sutta and concludes that mindfulness is the basis of metta and allows us to embrace the realm of truth and beauty. This talk was given at Croydon Buddhist Centre, 1996. This talk was made available by the Croydon Digital Archive Project, turning crumbling cassette tape recordings into digital format. *** Help keep FBA free for everyone! Become a supporter today. Subscribe to our Dharmabytes podcast - bite-size pieces of Dharma inspiration, two times a week! Follow our blog for news and new Dharma FBA on Twitter FBA on Facebook FBA on Soundcloud
A person who caused damage to somebody else's property while sleeping is liable for the damage. Even though the person obviously had no intention to damage the property, he is nevertheless responsible. An example of such a case is a guest sleeping in his host's guestroom, who stretches in his sleep and knocks over a vase. The guest in this case would be required to pay for the damages; this ruling is codified in the Shulhan Aruch (Hoshen Mishpat 421). The only condition is that the damaged object was near him when he went to sleep. If, for whatever reason, the host came into the room while the guest was asleep and placed the vase near him, then the guest could not have been expected to take precautions not to knock over the vase in his sleep. Therefore, he does not bear liability for damages he causes to the vase while sleeping.The Rambam (Rabbi Moshe Maimonides, Spain-Egypt, 1135-1204) rules that a Shikor – a person under intoxication – is liable for damages he causes. Although a Shikor is not deemed capable of performing a Halachically binding Kinyan (acquisition, or transfer of property), and he is excluded from numerous laws involving property and money, he is nevertheless responsible to compensate for damages he causes in his state of inebriation. This applies regardless of whether one has only drunken small amounts or has reached the level of "Shichruto Shel Lot" (extreme intoxication, similar to the condition of Lot, Abraham's nephew, when he became drunk and slept with his daughters).One possible exception to this rule is damages caused as a result of intoxication on Purim. The Rama (Rav Moshe Isserles of Cracow, 1525-1572) writes that it is customary for people to excuse minor damages caused under intoxication on Purim. If a person causes somebody else considerable financial loss on Purim, then he is of course required to pay compensation. In the case of minor damage, however, the custom is for the victim to excuse the damage and not demand compensation. This applies as well to damage caused over the course of a wedding celebration. The Rama records a custom to ride horses to greet the bride and groom at a wedding, which would occasionally cause damage to people's property. The custom, the Rama writes, is to excuse minor damages caused as a result of this practice. Similarly, if a person accidentally ruins somebody else's suit over the course of wedding, for example, it is customary to excuse the damage.The Halachic authorities rule that one does not bear liability for damages caused as a result of a sporting event, such as during a basketball or soccer game. Since both parties are engaged in permissible athletic activity, one is not held responsible for damage caused to other players' property during the game.Summary: One is held liable for damages he causes to property as he stretches or turns during his sleep, unless the object was not near him when he went to sleep. One is held liable for damages he causes under intoxication, though it is customary to excuse minor damages caused on Purim or during a wedding celebration. Players in a sports game are not liable for damages caused to one another during the game.
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According to the Pew Research Center, during July 4 and 5 more than 90,000 people visit hospital emergency rooms for treatment of injuries sustained during the holiday. This episode will cover safety issues that are not just workplace related, and explore the Top 5 injury causes that center around the 4th of July holiday, as well as share some tips on how to not become a statistic this summer.
Welcome back to America's leading higher education podcast! In this episode, sponsored by MDT Marketing, we welcome Dr. Ramon Goings, Founder, Done Dissertation Coaching Program! Have you ever thought about pursing your PhD? Are you in ABD land? Then you have to listen in as special guest cohosts, Dr. Stacey Gonzales, host of the EdUp Edge K-12 podcast, and Mike Yates, host of the Schoolish podcast, both part of our EdUp Experience Podcast Network, talk to Ramon about all things dissertation! Dr. Ramon Goings is the founder of the Done Dissertation Coaching Program. He currently serves as Assistant Professor in the Language, Literacy, and Culture interdisciplinary doctoral program at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County. Dr. Goings is an expert on gifted/high-achieving Black male student success in PK-20 settings and diversifying the teacher and school leader workforce. Dr. Goings is the author of over 50 scholarly publications. In addition to his scholarship, Dr. Goings has expertise in cultivating the academic writing of doctoral students and early career researchers. For more information about Dr. Goings' research, you can visit his personal website www.ramongoings.com Another episode sponsored by our great friends at MDT Marketing! Get your free marketing consultation today! mdtmarketing.com/edup Thanks so much for tuning in. Join us again next time for another episode! Contact Us! Connect with the hosts - Elvin Freytes, Elizabeth Leiba, and Dr. Joe Sallustio ● If you want to get involved, leave us a comment or rate us! ● Join the EdUp community at The EdUp Experience! ● Follow us on Facebook | Instagram | LinkedIn | Twitter | YouTube Thanks for listening! We make education your business!
Zine can be read at https://archive.org/details/TowardsAL... Towards A Less Fucked Up World: Sobriety and Anarchist Struggle is a zine published in the early 2000s by Nick Riotfag that explores the role intoxication culture plays in anarchist communities. The zine provides a thorough exploration of the issues around intoxication and anarchism. Topics covered include "Masculinity, Rape, and Intoxication," "Youth Liberation and Sobriety," "Intoxication and Corporate Culture," "Intoxication and Social Life," "Intoxication in Oppressed Communities," and many more. There are also two stories detailing how intoxication often plays out in anarchist communities and reflections on how to develop an anarchist sobriety. Weâve been tabling with this zine for years and it always inspires good conversations! This edition includes a revised text that differs from what was in the first edition of the zine as well as an afterward that includes reflections on the zine and the conversations it spurred. The "Afterward" originally appeared in the book Sober Living for the Revolution: Hardcore Punk, Straight Edge, and Radical Politics.
To describe Noel Callow as a “human headline” is probably a little over the top but he has certainly created a few in his time. As recently as last Saturday he was stood down by the Doctor following an incident in the barrier before the first race at the Gold Coast. Noel talks of his snap decision to move to the Gold Coast two months ago after being embroiled in a couple of controversies in Melbourne. He hasn't stopped riding winners since arriving in Queensland. He talks of the support he's had from local trainers. The jockey takes us back to childhood days in Adelaide and memories of his jockey father Kevin Callow who rode with great success as Noel was growing up. The 46 year old talks of his initial apprenticeship to Pat Barnes and the long list of trainers for whom he worked over the next few years. Noel says some of those associations were brief because of his fiery nature. He remembers his retirement at age 20 and his new job in a bottle shop. Callow talks of his brief stint as a jumps jockey and a nasty fall at Victoria Park. Noel recalls his comeback at age 24 and the huge number of suspensions he incurred on the Victorian country and provincial circuit. He talks of the pristine diet he observes to this day. The jockey talks of a sequence of major wins in Tasmania. He pays tribute to his former manager Des O'Keefe and highlights his five Australian wins at Gr 1 level. Noel has spent a lot of time in Asia. He looks back on experiences in Macau, Singapore and Mauritius. The latter stint ended unhappily. He was happy to talk about a nightmare experience in Malaysia only four years ago. Intoxication resulted in his arrest at Kuala Lumpur airport as he was attempting to leave the country illegally. Noel elaborates on a brush with stewards earlier this year when he was interrogated about Twitter comments which suggested he wasn't fit to ride a short priced favourite at Kilmore. He also gives his views on a suspension imposed when charged with not allowing a horse to run on its merits at Benalla. Noel concludes with his views on Gold Coast racing going forward.
Automatism is a rarely used criminal defense. It is one of the mental condition defenses that relate to the mental state of the defendant. Automatism can be seen variously as lack of voluntariness, lack of culpability (unconsciousness) or excuse (Schopp). Automatism means that the defendant was not aware of his or her actions when making the particular movements that constituted the illegal act. For example, Esther Griggs in 1858 threw her child out of a first floor window believing that the house was on fire, while having a sleep terror. In 2002, Peter Buck, lead guitarist of the band R E M, was cleared of several charges, including assault, which resulted from automatism brought on by a bad interaction between alcohol and sleeping pills. In a 2009 case in Aberporth in west Wales, Brian Thomas strangled his wife in their camper van, also during a sleep terror, when he mistook his wife for an intruder. The defense of automatism is denying that the person was acting in the sense that the criminal law demands. As such it is really a denial-of-proof – the defendant is asserting that the offence is not made out. The prosecution does not have to disprove the defense as is sometimes erroneously reported; the prosecution must prove all the elements of the offence including the voluntary act requirement. Automatism is a defense even against strict liability crimes like dangerous driving, where no intent is necessary. There are several limitations to the defense of automatism in English law. Prior fault generally excludes automatism. Intoxication generally excludes automatism, even when involuntary. Any defense that rests on insanity comes under the M'Naghten rules. Under English law internal causes of automatism are generally judged to be insane automatism and so result in the special verdict ('not guilty by reason of insanity') rather than simple acquittal. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/law-school/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/law-school/support
The age of criminal responsibility is the age below which a child is deemed incapable of having committed a criminal offence. In legal terms, it is referred to as a defense of infancy, which is a form of defense known as an excuse so that defendants falling within the definition of an "infant" are excluded from criminal liability for their actions, if at the relevant time, they had not reached an age of criminal responsibility. After reaching the initial age, there may be levels of responsibility dictated by age and the type of offense committed. Under the English common law, the defense of infancy was expressed as a set of presumptions in a doctrine known as doli incapax. A child under the age of seven was presumed incapable of committing a crime. The presumption was conclusive, prohibiting the prosecution from offering evidence that the child had the capacity to appreciate the nature and wrongfulness of what they had done. Children aged 7–13 were presumed incapable of committing a crime but the presumption was rebuttable. The prosecution could overcome the presumption by proving that the child understood what they were doing, and it was wrong. In fact, capacity was a necessary element of the state's case. If the state failed to offer sufficient evidence of capacity, the infant was entitled to have the charges dismissed at the close of the state's evidence. Doli incapax was abolished in England and Wales in 1998, but persists in other common law jurisdictions. In criminal law, the intoxication defense is a defense by which a defendant may claim diminished responsibility on the basis of substance intoxication. Where a crime requires a certain mental state (mens rea) to break the law, those under the influence of an intoxicating substance may be considered to have reduced liability for their actions. With regard to punishment, intoxication may be a mitigating factor that decreases a prison or jail sentence. Numerous factors affect the applicability of the defense. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/law-school/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/law-school/support
The amazing Dr. Ahna Brutlag is back with a myriad of things that are bad for your cat. We answer the question, to make them vomit or not and discuss the seriousness of grape intoxication. Cats have a strange connection to Effexor pills and love fish oil even if it contains dangerous levels of Vit D. Whatever your cat eats, the pet poison hotline is there for you!
Ingestion de javel par un enfant, consommation d’un dosage trop élevé de paracétamol, inhalation de fumées d’incendies, intoxication alimentaire ou champignons non comestibles… Qu’elles soient intentionnelles ou non, les intoxications ont de multiples causes et peuvent concerner des sujets de tous âges. Comment réagir en cas d’intoxication ? Quels sont les signes d’une intoxication ? Comment l’éviter ? Quelles sont les pratiques à risque ? Qu'est-ce qu'un antidote ? Dr Weniko, médecin du service de Santé des Armées à l’Hôpital Percy à Clamart, médecin attaché au Centre antipoison de Paris. Dr Blaise Tchaou, chef de service d’Anesthésie Réanimation et Urgences du CHU de Parakou au Bénin.
Dr. Ahna Brutlag, veterinary toxicologist (poison expert) works for the pet poison helpline. What should you do if your cate ate something that it was not supposed to? Dr. Ahna gives lots of great advice and tells us what things we better should not have in our cat-living spaces. We discuss plants, chocolate, rat poison, poinsettia, and other cat unfriendly substances....
Dr. Ahna Brutlag, from the Pet Poison Helpline, adds a lot of energy to our podcast. Ahna is an experienced toxicologist and we discuss common feline toxins. What should you do, when you suspect an intoxication in one of your patients? Call the helpline!
The daily distribution consists of different recovery quotes daily from various resources including; Twenty-Four Hours a Day, A.A. Thought for the Day, Daily Reflections, Big Book Quote, Just for Today, As Bill Sees It, plus more! This podcast is a short daily audio provided by the online recovery group, Transitions Daily. Transitions Daily also distributes this same content in a daily email with a secret Facebook group for discussion. Go to www.DailyAAEmails.com for more information. Do you want to stop drinking? Have you ever listened to sobriety podcasts? Does alcoholism or addiction run in your family? Have you tried Alcoholics Anonymous or the 12 Steps of AA? Are you considering how to get sober? Are you seriously thinking about sobriety for the first time being alcohol is controlling your life as never before? If so, you will definitely want to check out this recovery podcast.
Author of Gridiron Genius, Mike Lombardi calls in to discuss the Eagles organization and how dysfunctional it is, even comparing it to the Titanic. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
(Insight Meditation South Bay - Silicon Valley) This talk explores the fifth precept: the commitment to refrain from intoxicating the mind through the use of alcohol, drugs, or addictive desires. Originally this precept highlighted the dangers of home-brewed alcohol, but can be expanded to address the many ways we may seek to excite, dull, distort, or intoxicate our minds. By working with this precept, we not only strengthen our capacity for restraint, but importantly, we investigate how the force of craving may be affecting our decisions and actions.
It's April, Fools, and Lizz and Marie hold it down in the Sleeper Cell while Moji is home sleeping off her vaccine!! This week we have all the axes to grind! The first abortion case SCOTUS has agreed to take will have the 6-3 (and not in a good way) court decide if the Kentucky AG-ro can bring cases to SCOTUS that lower courts have RULED are trash. Oh the floodgates... PLUS Two southwestern states are in a battle royal for the title “Most Medically Unnecessary and Cruel Legislatures” And we channel our anger over a MN State Supreme Court ruling that reversed a rape conviction with Kaarin Long and Lindsay J. Brice, two of the local policy and legal experts who are working tirelessly to change the unjust law that led to all of it. Gathered in the Sleeper Cell: Lizz Winstead @lizzwinstead Marie Khan @mkhanj Special guests: Kaarin Long Lindsay J. Brice Follow us on Twitter! @accessforce Quick Hits: Kentucky AG continues to be TrashAF Cameron v. EMW Women's Surgical CenterA Conservative SCOTUS Oklahoma's Trinity of Restrictions Targeting Providers and Fake Heartbeats Texas Senate Passes A Week's Worth of Bans Details What is at Stake in the Lone Star State on the RestrictionsTexas Capitol Order of Business Meaty Story April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month. Today we talk with Kaarin Long, Women's Rights Staff Attorney at The Advocates for Human Rights and Lindsay J. Brice, Law & Policy Director of Minnesota Coalition Against Sexual Assault about the work being done to close Minnesota's rape loophole. Background Information What this Really Says about RapeWorking group report Resources Rape Help Minnesota advocatesSTANDPOINT attorneys and advocatesThe Advocates for Human RightsMinnesota Coalition Against Sexual AssaultUpcoming fundraiser! Six Degrees Can Lizz Tie Abortion to Indie Music Festivals? Lizzo is THE FIRST WOMAN to headline Bonnaroo Announcements Sexual Assault Support and Awareness Resources https://www.nsvrc.org/saamhttps://www.rainn.org/ All the housekeeping Write a review / give us 5 stars - it's the best way for our podcast to reach more people!Follow us on social @accessforce on Twitter/Instagram/Facebook/tikok and YouTubeEmail us at email@example.com! Edited by Brad Pearson, theme song by Cory Eischen, The Purple Xperience DONATE TO Abortion Access Force/Feminist Sleeper Cell pod!!!! MAY THE ABORTION ACCESS FORCE BE WITH YOU!
In this episode, our 2Gs, the Gourmands & Geeks, Sadaf and Archit are on an exploratory journey of local and Indian alcohol with Shubhra Chatterji, an award-winning filmmaker, entrepreneur, and documenter of India’s culinary heritage.They will dive into the ocean of indigenous intoxicants such as Maadi, Taadi, Handiya, Chhaang, Chulli and answer questions such as: Is local alcohol consumed for medicinal reasons or for pleasure or a mix of both? Why do indigenous alcohols have a niche market and how can they be marketed to a broad audience in India? What are these alcohols made of? What does Ayurveda say about drinking?So fill your chakhna bowl and pour your favourite beverage while you get a flavour of local Indian alcohol.Important links to geek out more:Shubhra Chatterji’s Website: (https://www.historywali.com/)Twitter: @historywali (historywali)Company: (https://tonsvalley.shop/)From Chhaang in Ladakh to Chulli in Himachal, local drinks you must try when you travel next by Samonway Duttagupta(https://bit.ly/3u7SC8k)Book: The Indian Spirit by Magandeep Singh(https://www.amazon.in/Indian-Spirit-Untold-Story-Drinking/dp/0670089052)Book: House Spirit: Drinking in India edited by Palash Krishna Mehrotra(https://amzn.to/3fnU56l)You can follow Sadaf Hussain & Archit Puri on their Instagram handle:@sadaf_hussain @thehustlinggluttonYou can listen to this show and other awesome shows on the IVM Podcasts app on Android: https://ivm.today/android or iOS: https://ivm.today/ios, or any other podcast app.You can check out our website at http://www.ivmpodcasts.com/
“MN Supreme Court Reverses Rape Conviction Because Woman Wasn't Forced to Get Drunk” was an actual news headline this week. Join Bri and Grace for 10 minutes to find out why – and more importantly, how we all can rally behind a law already working its way through the Minnesota House to fix it. Show Notes Minnesota House Bill HF707 Minnesota Senate Bill SF1683 Contact Sen. Senjem & ask for SF1683 to get a hearing! Contact Sen. Limmer & ask for SF1683 to get a hearing! Find My Legislator - call & tell them to support these bills! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/renegadefeminist/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/renegadefeminist/support
In this episode, our 2Gs, the Gourmands & Geeks, Sadaf and Archit take you on a Bhang trip. They talk:The difference between Bhang, Ganja (weed) and Charas (hashish).Why is Bhang associated with Lord Shiva? Does he encourage its consumption? What’s the connection between Bhang and the Holi festival?How is Bhang consumed in India? What do Ayurveda and Indian literature say about it?What are the legal and public policy challenges related to cannabis in India?So sit back and relax (with or without some Bhang) and get blown away by this episode.Important links to geek out more:Book: Raag Darbari: A Wealth Of Experiences by Shirlal Shukla(http://bit.ly/3926k4A)Book : The Great Book of Hemp by Rowan Robinson(https://amzn.to/3f3AfNj)The Intoxicating Drug of an Indian God by Charukesi Ramadurai(http://bbc.in/3c9QBCp)Bhang, A Story Of Divine Intoxication(http://bit.ly/3tIpqV9)Doesn’t Shiva take drugs? By Devdutt Pattanaik(https://devdutt.com/articles/doesnaet-shiva-take-drugs/)How bhang became such an integral part of Holi(http://bit.ly/3cc8DEa)It’s Time to Legalise Marijuana(http://bit.ly/3f2PPc2)High time India, the land of bhang, legalises marijuana(https://theprint.in/opinion/when-india-legalises-weed/66245/)You can follow Sadaf Hussain & Archit Puri on their Instagram handle:@sadaf_hussain @thehustlinggluttonYou can listen to this show and other awesome shows on the IVM Podcasts app on Android: https://ivm.today/android or iOS: https://ivm.today/ios, or any other podcast app.You can check out our website at http://www.ivmpodcasts.com/
Psychoactive drugs and the symptoms associated with intoxication vs. withdrawal can start to blend together. In this episode, hosted by MS3 Tiana DiMasi, we will organize these drugs into categories of major depressants, stimulants, and hallucinogens. We will compare and contrast how they work, the symptoms of intoxication and withdrawal, and treatments, so you can keep them straight for test day!
What do we stand to learn from 2020? What sort of spiritual stance is needed in 2021? These questions keep turing over in my heart and mind. Part of the answer seems to require some curiosity and clarity about mass movements, how they work, their intoxicating power, how the individual gets swallowed and dehumanized, and what to do about it. I'll be turing to some Jung and T.S. Eliot for a few hints and guesses. Enjoy.
La pandémie nous a tous fait plonger, la tête la première… dans les écrans… Télétravail, études, et même relations sociales pendant le confinement, tout est passé au crible du numérique à tel point que l’on parle aujourd’hui d’une nécessaire désintoxication digitale… «6h45 d’écran par jour pour les 13-18 ans», s’alarme un chercheur français. L’Italie mène l’enquête auprès de ses élèves Les élèves, et surtout les adolescents sont les premiers touchés. D’autant que pour une fois, c’est l’institution scolaire qui les a encouragés à recourir à leur smartphone et leur tablette. En Italie, la mairie de Rome a voulu en savoir plus, et a mené une enquête dans plusieurs écoles de la capitale pour mesurer l’impact de cette dépendance… C’est le reportage d’Olivier Bonnel. Le droit à la déconnexion dans le monde du travail Plusieurs pays, dont la France, ont déjà fait valoir ce droit à ne pas consulter ses mails pendant ses vacances, par exemple. Mais, le Parlement européen aimerait que l’ensemble des pays de l’UE adoptent des législations similaires qui protègent les salariés. Elle a donc publié un rapport législatif pour inciter la Commission européenne à légiférer dans ce sens. D’autant qu’avec le télétravail, il y a urgence. À Bruxelles, Joana Hostein. Les étudiants grecs dans la rue Ils ne sont pas contents les étudiants grecs. Et pas seulement parce que leurs études, leur vie sociale, leur vie tout court est entièrement perturbée. Le gouvernement conservateur de Kyriakos Mitsotakis vient de sortir de son chapeau une réforme qui fait beaucoup de vagues : la création de mille postes de police, au sein des universités. Une mesure qui rappelle des périodes sombres de l’histoire du pays, et qui a poussé les étudiants dans la rue. À Athènes, Joël Bronner. Chronique voyage en musique Et un peu de soleil et beaucoup de douceur pour terminer cette émission en musique. Vincent Théval a ressorti un album du groupe portugais Madredeus qui nous entraîne sur les rives du Tage à Lisbonne...
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Intoxicated patients in ED and alcohol withdrawal syndrome -- Dr. Natalie and I bust some myths about caring for drunk patients in emergency as well as dive into the complexities of alcohol withdrawal.
It is well known that alcohol use severely affects driving ability, but does cannabis? There are many fewer traffic crashes related to cannabis than alcohol intoxication. Johannes Ramaekers, PhD, of the University of Maastricht in the Netherlands, discusses his study examining the relationship between vaping THC and driving safety. Related Articles: Effect of Cannabidiol and Δ-Tetrahydrocannabinol on Driving Performance Driving Under the Influence of CBD or THC—Is There a Difference?
S2 E 25 - W.A.V. Orion goes on a date, Lex runs a human off the road. Want to talk with other Monsterhearts fans? Join our subreddit community! www.reddit.com/r/Monsterhearts/ Follow us on Twitter: @WintercrestPod @Nika_Howard, @ethnicninja, @wunderfitzig_, @kymcattys, @Tara__Tea Copyright: Stalker by the Moment. See Through by Mild Wild is licensed under a Attribution License. Intoxication by Siddhartha is licensed under a Attribution-NonCommercial License. Supergirl (Fly in My Dreams Mix) by vo1k1 (c) copyright 2016 Licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution Noncommercial (3.0) license. http://dig.ccmixter.org/files/vo1k1/55037 Ft: Gurdonark, DeBenedictis.
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On this weeks episode, I share a mental health moment about how I respond to backlash and negative comments after a triggering week. I also share some more answers to the infamous "what's the worst thing you've ever done?" question from my insta stories and share my own story with all of you! We end the episode with my best friend Jacob Howle to have a condensed version of "Stirring the Pot". Thank you so much to @theworklodge for the amazing studio! Check them out on socials or worklodge.com _@mollylee31@painfullyselfawarepodcast
Sexual assault affects 1 in 3 women and 1 in 6 men during their lifetime worldwide. It is more common than most medical issues we are trained to look for, despite this being a patient population we are going to see by virtue of the "anyone, anytime" nature of an emergency and critical care. Generous estimates find than only 20% of survivors present for medical care and may not disclose this initially in their visit. Look for it during public holidays, large parties or concerts, college or university fresh week, particularly in young women. Other scene awareness clues that a sexual assault may have occurred include sedation that does not match the substances taken or clinical level seen, ripped or missing clothing, or being separated from their group. Documenting your suspicions and findings is key - as this chart is more likely to go to court, but not for 2 years. Direct quotations of what was said by the patient or EMS, body diagrams for what was found, and your clinical decision making are the essentials. Physical findings may be absent or minimal; this does not mean that no assault took place! The discussion that you had with the patient around further treatment and legal options needs to be recorded. Care of a sexually assaulted patient is complex and can have long-lasting detrimental psychological effects if not done well. Referral to a specialized care program to bridge the gap between medical and legal in a patient-centred trauma-informed manner is best. Treating survivors with belief, support and humanity as you assist them with making an informed decision as to the next steps in their care is vital as the first step in healing. www.codachange.org/podcasts
Dear Manna Family, We are living in a time of extraordinary change and uncertainty. Unfortunately, some people are trying to manage their stress and anxiety by misusing drugs or alcohol. King Solomon warned against this behavior when he wrote in Proverbs 20: 1 Wine is a mocker, strong drink a brawler, and whoever is intoxicated by it is not wise. Intoxication comes from the Latin word intoxicare which originally meant ‘to poison.’ Another definition of intoxication is an overpowering exhilaration in the mind or emotions; for example, “he was intoxicated with the thought of his upcoming promotion.” Today, intoxicated almost always means ‘under the influence' of alcohol or drugs. Intoxication is another word for drunkenness. It means that your mind is being affected by an external substance. People lose self control when they are intoxicated. Excessive alcohol first creates mental confusion and reduces inhibitions. People say and do things that they generally wouldn’t do if they were sober. A large percentage of arguments and fights on Friday and Saturday nights involve alcohol. Solomon warns that intoxication is foolish because it destroys your ability to think clearly and act wisely. The Bible does not condemn alcohol, but it does condemn drunkenness. Ephesians 5: 18 And do not get drunk with wine, for that is dissipation, but be filled with the Spirit. Whatever fills you is what controls you, and you are responsible for what you let into your life. If you choose to become intoxicated, you have chosen to put yourself under the control of a mind altering substance and the result is dissipation. Dissipation means depletion or excess. Being drunk does not focus your mind, it distracts, confuses and depletes your life and your resources. It does not add to your life, it takes away from your life. Something that dissipates, ultimately disappears. Habitual intoxication damages and ultimately destroys brain cells. The Bible does command us to be filled; not with wine, but with the Holy Spirit. Dwight Moody was planning to have an evangelistic campaign in England. An elderly pastor protested, “Why do we need this ‘Mr. Moody’? He’s uneducated and inexperienced. Who does he think he is anyway? Does he think he has a monopoly on the Holy Spirit?" A younger, wiser pastor rose and responded, “No, but the Holy Spirit has a monopoly on Mr. Moody.” When the Holy Spirit has a monopoly on you, it means that He owns you exclusively. You are filled 100% with the Holy Spirit. At one point in his career Dwight Moody was speaking to a large audience. He held up an empty glass and asked, “How can I get the air out of this glass?” One man shouted, “Suck it out with a pump!” Moody replied, “That would create a vacuum and shatter the glass.” After numerous other suggestions, Moody smiled, picked up a pitcher of water, and filled the glass. “There”, he said, “all the air is now removed.” He then went on to explain that victory in the Christian life is not accomplished by ‘sucking out a sin here and there,’ but by being filled with the Holy Spirit. When you are directed and controlled by the Holy Spirit, there is no room left in your life for sin. As a matter of fact, all victory over sin requires the Holy Spirit’s supernatural intervention. The good news, The Holy Spirit lives in God’s people and empowers them to overcome sin. Solomon tells us not to be under the influence of alcohol. Paul tells us to be under the influence of God the Holy Spirit. Everyday, each of us chooses who or what will influence and fill us. Choose to be filled with the Holy Spirit. Remember, God designed us to ‘do life together!’ Love and prayers, Brad ••• Subscribe to listen regularly. Manna is a comprehensive, expository class taught by Brad Hannink atV alley Baptist Church in Bakersfield, California. For more information, visit mannapodcast.com. ©2018, 2019, & 2020 - Brad Hannink - All Rights Reserved
When it comes to using intoxicants, you’re not trying to enjoy a substance, but to enjoy your life. But when you don’t even know the full possibility of being human, is there a possibility to become blissful and fully intoxicated, at the same time, fully alert, without using any substance? Our Guest this week, Steven ko shares his story of tasting this bliss beyond intoxication and how at such an early age, he is becoming fully focused on exploring deeper dimensions of life with a new level of involvement and intensity.
Everything has a history, and so does intoxication. Some intoxicants were happened upon purely by accident, but intoxicants have both destroyed societies and helped us toast others. Phil and Campbell Valentine talk the history of intoxication.
In Episode #11, Billy Donnelly examines his need for validation and the problems this addiction of sorts has created in his life over the years. After discovering his Love Language - Words of Affirmation - it seemingly explained so much of his behavior as it relates to what he needs back from his relationships with other people. However, over time, validation becomes like a drug of sorts where what you have is not good enough and you are constantly chasing the high of someone else's approval. Billy looks at recent work situations, in addition to his own relationships at home, to tell the story of how destructive constantly trying to fulfill this need can be and the regrets that come with it. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app