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Is it possible to bring a drowning victim back to life? Given the numerous cases of drowning that occurred in 18th century London and the lack of any proper system of saving drowing victims at that... Read Full Post
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A paper published in a recent issue of the International Journal of Stress Management presents the results of a field experimental study organized during a handgun shooting workshop for armed... Read Full Post
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All Ponda Changa wanted was to enjoy his retirement in peace. After a lifetime of work, he had built a modest four-bedroom home, complete with solar power and a television set, in his native Kibaoni... Read Full Post
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Continued from Part 1 A fresh outbreak of Minamata Disease occurred in 1969, this time Niigata Prefecture. While the Chisso factory was not implicated, a factory owned by Showa Denko, using similar... Read Full Post
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A paper published in a recent issue of GeroPsych: The Journal of Gerontopsychology and Geriatric Psychiatry presents the EUROFAMCARE study findings, examining a typology of care situations for family... Read Full Post
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It was a tragedy that never should have happened in the peaceful city of Minamata in Japan's Kumamoto prefecture. Beginning in 1950, seabirds and household pets were struck with a strange... Read Full Post
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Welcome to my first foray into hosting the Giant's Shoulders, the monthly blog carnival devoted to the history of science. Considering the diverse arrange of wonderful and exotic posts that span... Read Full Post
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Recent studies have reported that serious violence toward self and others is more common in the first episode of psychosis than after treatment. A recent study published in Crisis: The Journal of... Read Full Post
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Although suicide remains a continuing health problem throughout the world, actual research on the true extent of suicide worldwide and why many suicidal people do not seek treatment remains limited.... Read Full Post
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Kurt Godel could be paranoid at times. And, perhaps he had good reason to be. Born in what was then Austria-Hungary in 1906, he became a citizen of Czechoslovakia at the age of 12 when the Austro-... Read Full Post

 
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