The report includes a new analysis in which modeling software called the LIVES SAVED TOOL was used to estimate the amount of lives that might be saved by raising coverage of a range of essential maternal, newborn, and child health interventions. The evaluation shows that if, by 2015, 90 % of children under five years old and mothers were covered by already well-known and essential health interventions, about 4 million lives will be saved annually, avoiding an estimated 85 % of current maternal, newborn, and kid deaths; this would exceed the MDGs for child and maternal health.‘The youthfulness of people admitted for marijuana use shows that we need to work harder to get the message out that marijuana can be a dangerous, addictive element,’ SAMHSA Administrator Charles Curie stated. ‘All Americans must start to confront drug make use of – – and drug users – – truthfully and directly. We should discourage our youngsters from using medications and provide those in need an opportunity for recovery by encouraging them to enter and stay in medications. An interview with Professor Lesley JonesDISC-1: schizophrenia's ‘Rosetta Stone’ gene? An interview with Professor Kevin FoxWhy perform we sleep? An interview with Professor WisdenForty-eight % of all adolescent treatment admissions in 2002 involved the usage of both alcoholic beverages and marijuana.