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Vegetarians more susceptible to depression than meat eaters, study shows. Here’s why

BY BRYANT-JON ANTEOLA Vegetarians are at higher risk of suffering depression compared to those who eat meat and consume a conventional balanced diet, according to a new study. A Bristol University study of almost 10,000 people from southwestern England discovered that vegetarians were almost twice as likely to develop depression because of …

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Hairdresser refuses to shave depressed Teen’s matted hair, spends 13 hours fixing it

Depression is one of the most prevalent diseases among teenagers in the world today but the stigma attached with it makes it one of the most difficult issues to tackle. People are often embarrassed to come out in the open with their mental health issues, and often times even when …

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Hairdresser refuses to shave depressed teen’s matted hair for school pictures and spends two days fixing it instead

The girl has been battling severe depression for years and stopped brushing it because she felt “worthless” A hairdresser has won thousands of fans after sharing a heartwarming story of one of her clients: a teenage girl struggling with severe depression. Kayley Olsson, from Iowa in the USA, shared photographs …

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Fibromyalgia and Death. What You Need to Know

By : Mark Borigini M.D It has been accepted by many in the medical community for many years that fibromyalgia is a chronic pain syndrome—not even a disease. And certainly not killing anyone. However, there have been sporadic reports in the literature of increased mortality due to cardiovascular disease and suicide. …

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Marijuana politics emerge as 2020 flashpoint

The debate over legalization is about to receive a full airing on the presidential campaign trail. By CARLA MARINUCCI 08/13/2017 07:01 AM EDT SAN FRANCISCO — Marijuana legalization just moved from the fringes of the last presidential campaign to center stage in 2020. Between a sweeping new package of legislation introduced last …

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Colorado Marijuana Sales Jump 25 Percent to $750 Million in First Half of 2017

By Kelly Cohen, Washington Examiner on August 11, 2017 Colorado’s marijuana retailers have already made more than $750 million in sales halfway through 2017, a 25.7 percent increase compared to the first half of 2016. More than $531 million of those sales were for recreational marijuana, and the rest, nearly …

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How to Overcome Social Anxiety With 4 Simple Keys

Social anxiety is a learned response to traumatic experiences; For example, as a child your parents may have yelled at you to “shut up” when you were talkative in public. This can be extremely traumatic because you depend on your parents for survival. To ensure your survival and the love of your …

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Over 100 Peer-Reviewed Studies Confirm Cannabis Kills Cancer Cells

It’s unlikely that you’ll find a medical professional or scientist that will own up to the idea that cannabis cures cancer. However, there is a rapidly growing body of evidence that proves that the herb has serious anti-cancer potential. Here’s the scoop on the 100+ studies that suggest that cannabis …

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People With Anxiety Disorders are Hiding These 5 Superpowers (Backed by Science)

Anxiety is something that can feel as if it does nothing but damage, however,  that is not always the case. Anxiety in itself comes with some ‘superpowers’ depending on how you look at it. If you have anxiety try looking at the good aspects rather than the bad. With anxiety …

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