reznichek2.wmv – More at Mon. 23 Michael J. Reznicek MD Blowing Smoke Blowing Smoke Rethinking the War on Drugs without Prohibition and Rehab Dr. Reznicek is a board certified psychiatrist with over 20 years of experience. He has practiced in the military, community settings, prisons and state hospitals. He currently practices as a consultant in Washington state. He has extensive experience in the field of substance abuse. Dr. Reznicek has written for The Weekly Standard, the Omaha World Herald and has had letters in the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and other publications. He has been a guest on numerous talk radio shows at the local, national and international levels where he has discussed drug abuse. He is an outspoken critic of the way psychiatry over-medicalizes human behavior. He lives in Spokane, Washington with his wife Linda. Professional Experience Independent contractor, Washington State Department of Corrections Full time clinical psychiatrist providing treatment to adult offenders in the state prison system. President of the medical staff, Eastern State Hospital, Medical Lake, Washington Attending psychiatrist, Eastern State Hospital, Geriatric Services Unit, Medical Lake, Washington Full time clinical psychiatrist providing treatment to older adults who suffer from psychiatric illness and dementia. Also performs Officer-of-the-Day duties providing medical and psychiatric care to geriatric and adult patients throughout the state hospital


Torres continues quest for sixth Olympic berth

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She'll need to place within the top two at the Olympic trials in Omaha in June to make it to London. AP Photo/LG Patterson Dara Torres says it is harder for her body to recover compared to when she competed in the 2008 Olympics.
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Kotsay's pinch 2-run homer gives Padres 2-0 win

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The same study also reveals no progress in the battle of illegal prescription drug use. Read the Full Report Nearly 1.5 million teensMore>> An alarming study finds more teens are smoking marijuana. The same study also reveals no progress in the battle …
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