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What the Early Worm Gets Paperback – October 15, 2010

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A journalist and mutual fund industry executive, Stevens has spoken at conferences nationwide. His own, candid, 86 proof, two-liter-a-day story is a startling trip close to death that hits close to home. He's the Guy Next Door, not the common but outdated stereotype of an alcoholic. Stevens also exposes the ethical considerations of criminal justice "rehabilitation" programs from a business executive's experience. The programs taxpayers fund employ a one-size-fits-all view of alcohol issues. Billions are spent on barbarism and coercion instead of common sense, science and results. He saw it from the "inside" as well as through a journalist's perspective. Stevens is an award-winner for his second book, Every Silver Lining Has a Cloud, and is a Founding Influencer of the world's largest medical portal, HealthTap, where his reporting can be found.  He holds an M.A. in Public Affairs Journalism from the University of Illinois-Springfield and resides in the Midwest.

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