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Can lifestyle decisions reduce your risk of developing cancer? According to available statistics, roughly fourteen million...
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Myths about bipolar disorder abound and, honestly, most people don’t know anything about bipolar except the myths, or common...
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Continued from Part One After standing up to the brutal interrogation tactics of the Chicago police, William Heirens...
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I’ve hated running for as long as I can remember. This fierce hatred stemmed from the Presidential Physical Fitness...
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A recent paper in Computers in Human Behavior explores the utility of machine learning methods for understanding...
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What is PTSD (posttraumatic stress disorder) at the very bottomline? Here’s my favorite answer, which is a paraphrase...
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It's known as "Sundowner's syndrome," and countless families caring for someone with dementia live in...
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An letter which brings up a couple of interesting issues concerning family dynamics appeared in Carolyn Hax's newspaper...
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I have a fear of bipolar medication treatment changes. I do. You’d think after 100 changes to my bipolar medication...
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What were you doing when you first heard about what happened on September 11, 2001? It seems as if everyone can describe...
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