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It's true – the internet is enough to make you sick  The NationalOn the one hand, the deluge of conflicting health information is fuelling a rise in obsessive anxiety. On the other, it is making people lose faith in research ...
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The Psychological Implications of Lyme Disease  Psychology TodayAn lesser known problem with Lyme disease are the psychological symptoms that can be caused by bacterial presence in the brain.
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The Psychological Implications of Lyme Disease  Psychology TodayAn lesser known problem with Lyme disease are the psychological symptoms that can be caused by bacterial presence in the brain.
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Sunday Times letters: Boris Johnson fits the Churchill mould  The TimesIn September 1944, General Sir Alan Brooke, chief of the imperial general staff, wrote the following: “He knows no details, has only got half the picture in his ...
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Sunday Times letters: Boris Johnson fits the Churchill mould  The TimesIn September 1944, General Sir Alan Brooke, chief of the imperial general staff, wrote the following: “He knows no details, has only got half the picture in his ...
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The CEO of Hilton Just Made a Surprising New Announcement About the Controversial Thing He Plans to Do in Every Hotel  Inc.'Going forward," he says, he'll make a personal change.
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Magic mushrooms could replace antidepressants within five years, says head of new world-first psychedelic research centre  The IndependentHallucination-inducing drugs like magic mushrooms could be about to break big pharma's stranglehold on the hugely lucrative market for antidepressants, ...
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Soldiers' odds for suicide quadruple when loaded gun at home  UPI NewsOwning their own firearm, carrying it in public and keeping it loaded in the home: These three factors are each tied to a fourfold rise in the likelihood that a U.S. ...
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How Should We Treat "Contested" Illnesses?  Psychology TodayAre contested illnesses associated with psychiatric diagnoses? Some patients feel they are not being taken seriously.
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The Sun Interviews Martha Pollack  Cornell University The Cornell Daily SunAt the end of the spring semester, The Sun had the opportunity to interview President Martha Pollack, touching on topics ranging from the expansion of mental ...

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