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{sunrise this morning, Bethany Beach, Delaware} Today is my 6-year blogiversary.  I still remember the day I decided to...
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Police continue to investigate after two people jumped to their deaths from a Manhattan office building at 5:45 am on July...
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On December 24, 1855, a 37-year-old factory worker named Justus Washington Matthews, believing himself to  be...
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Knowing how to self-soothe is important in the face of bipolar disorder pain. Even if you’re not in pain today, likely you...
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"Once someone has reached an IQ of somewhere around 120, having additional IQ points doesn’t seem to translate...
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When six-month-old Tyler Shanabarger was found dead in his crib on June 20, 1999, the doctors conducting an autopsy on the...
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According to Algonquian folklore, a wendigo (also spelled windigo) is a carnivorous spirit or demon that often possessed or...
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MedCircle is a new phone app and website that allows you access to curated, high-quality, accurate, health-related articles...
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  In this week's podcast we're responding to the following question:   Hi guys. I've been enjoying the...
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Given that post-traumatic headache is one of the most prevalent and long-lasting post-concussion sequelae, causes...
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