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Exercise seems to help alleviate depression, but not for everybody  The Washington PostStudies so far aren't that good, but they do suggest a small to moderate effect. And other treatments may be needed.
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Kristin Kreuk defender, Sultan of Six posts threatening photos on Twitter  ArtvoiceSultan of Six has taken to Twitter to do more than defend Kristin Kreuk. He is sending a stern message to Frank Report commenters and Frank Parlato himself.
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Mosque attacks spark outrage, fuel concern over Islamophobia  Japan TodayWorld leaders expressed condolences and condemnation Friday following the deadly attacks on mosques in New Zealand, while Muslim leaders said the mass ...
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DR MAX THE MIND DOCTOR: The antidepressent torment ISN'T in the mind  Daily MailDR MAX THE MIND DOCTOR: I've seen patients sitting in front of me suddenly jerking violently from the 'zap' sensations associated with coming off ...
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Captured Islamic State fighters pose dilemma for Western countries  The InterpreterSpeaking to congress earlier this month, Joseph Votel, the outgoing head of US Central Command, warned that the Islamic State fighters and women who were ...
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Long known as a party drug, ketamine now used for depression, but concerns remain  San Francisco ChronicleA decades-old anesthetic made notorious as a party drug in the 1980s is resurfacing as a potential “game-changing” treatment for severe depression, patients ...
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End game: The rise of esport empires in Thailand and their armies of addicts  Channel NewsAsiaThe competitive aspect of video gaming, known as esports, has surged in popularity. While it offers lucrative opportunities for some, there is a ...
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Blaney's appeals: Ontario Court of Appeal Summaries (March 11-15, 2019)  LexologyGood evening. There were six substantive civil decisions released by the Court of Appeal for Ontario this week. The most notable is Merrifield v Ontario (Attorney ...
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Syrian crisis: How WHO works in Syria to save lives despite huge challenges  DevdiscourseThe Syrian crisis is one of the world's biggest and most complex humanitarian emergencies. 8 years of conflict have taken a huge toll on a health system that ...
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Full Text of All Articles The Berkeley Daily Planet  Berkeley Daily PlanetFriday March 15, 2019 - 02:19:00 PM. New Study Demonstrates Link Between Aggressive Policing and Lower Educational Attainment by African American ...

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