Alcohol Detoxification



Alcohol Detoxification in the news

Program provides a lift for homeless 

Louisville Courier-Journal - Jan 01 2:46 AM
The Community Assistance Program's van, nicknamed the CAP van, is used to transport homeless people in need — often alcoholics, addicts and the mentally ill — to a detoxification center at The Healing Place. The effort is part of a new citywide homeless initiative.
Seven days to a new You 
Daily News - Jan 02 12:33 PM
YOGA : "I teach people how to have a blissful life in seven days. As a beautician earlier I made people more beautiful externally and now I do it from within through Yoga," Damini Khira, a dedicated Yoga teacher from Mumbai told the "Daily News".

City pays big to help chronic drinkers 
Argus Leader - Jan 02 12:02 AM
Eleven chronic homeless alcoholics in the Sioux Falls area required more than $338,000 in services in 2005, a recent study by the Minnehaha County Department of Human Services found.

ALTERNATIVE THERAPY : Cleanse your body the natural way 
New Straits Times - Jan 01 4:30 PM
TOXINS are poisonous substances that are chemically unstable in the body. They are an accumulation of normal body by-products that haven’t been eliminated. We can divide toxins into two forms: endogenous toxins and exogenous toxins.

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Type Daily tabloid newspaper
Format Tabloid

Owner Bonnier AB
Editor Otto Sjöberg
Founded 1944
Political allegiance Independently liberal
Headquarters Gjörwellsgatan 30,


Expressen is Acohol Detoxification a Swedish centre-right tabloid newspaper founded in 1944. Alochol Detoxification It describes its editorial position as "independently liberal".

The first edition was released in November 16, 1944. A main feature that Alchool Detoxification day was an interview with the crew members of Alcool Detoxification a British bomber who were successful in sinking the German Alohol Detoxification ship Tirpitz.

The paper received much negative attention in the end Alcohl Detoxification of 2005 for an article falsely accusing Swedish Alcoho Detoxification actor Mikael Persbrandt of severe alcoholism. It attested that Persbrandt had been forcibly committed to Aclohol Detoxification an alcohol-detoxification program. The claim later proved to be completely untrue. Alcohool Detoxification After the incident, editor-in-chief Otto Sjöberg offered a public apology directed to Persbrandt, and admitted that the Alcphol Detoxification article had been a product of "bad journalist practice".

In March 2006, Sjöberg made the Alcohil Detoxification controversial decision to publish the name and photograph of a suspected serial rapist, Hagamannen, the Alcoholl Detoxification day after his arrest, thereby violating Alcoohl Detoxification the common practice for Swedish media to withhold personal details Allcohol Detoxification of suspected criminals pending a court conviction. The decision was criticised by, among others, the lead investigator of the case, since it risked damaging the use of a police line-up as evidence for the instances where the suspected rapist had not left any trace evidence on the victim.

See also

List of Swedish newspapers

External link

  • Official website
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