Medical community struggles with own opioid dilemma: How to heal the healers?

Medical professionals are far from immune to opioid misuse. In fact, due to their easy access to pain medication and the high stress levels that come with treating patients, they may be especially susceptible. But many clinicians say they are often denied access to medication approved to help them recover from opioid addiction, precisely because they practice medicine. This was published on the front page of the paper.

Millions of voters’ personal information is being bought and sold on the dark web

Rhode Island and Connecticut voter information is included in a massive dataset that has been sold dozens of times, sparking fears of identity theft and fraud. But RI Secretary of State Nellie Gorbea told me keeping voter registration information accessible allows the public to hold officials to account. A day after the widely discussed voting technology failure in Iowa, the Globe published my story highlighting another aspect of the complexities and unknowns related to election technology.

Expertos internacionales predicen que Alberto Fernández incrementará las relaciones con China

Argentina’s relationship with China is one of its most critical. Over the 12 years of Cristina Kirchner and Mauricio Macri’s presidencies, they cultivated a financial relationship of swaps, loans, and packages worth over 57 billion dollars. In this scoop for Clarín, experts told me Chinese relations likely won’t be as eager to dole out risky loans like they did earlier. They predict a completely new kind of deal will happen soon, under Fernández: a silk and road agreement.
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