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Mental Distress Sufferers Loathe To Come Out In The Open

According to a survey, which was carried out to mark Mental Health Action Week, in Scotland, more than 80 percent of respondents know two friends// who have experienced mental distress at some time or the other. The survey also showed that almost 90 percent of those suffering from mental distre...

Discover Whole Body Wellness Through a Revolutionary - and Natural - Approach to Dental Care

...5 seconds. They covet whiter teeth but drink coffee, followed by soda, finished off with some tea. People understand the value of dental care but loathe everything that goes into maintaining proper dental health. Now there's an alternative. The Center for Natural Dentistry in Encinitas, California...

Personality can hamper a physician's assessment of depression

...ng to a study led by University of Rochester Medical Center researchers. "Some doctors, due to their personal preferences, traits or attitudes, are loathe to broach sensitive topics such as depression or suicide," said Paul R. Duberstein, Ph.D., professor of psychiatry at the Medical Center and lead auth...

New Guidelines To Rehabilitate Drug Offenders

...n. Despite these figures, only about 20 percent of incarcerated offenders receive any rehabilitation treatment. Lawmakers and taxpayers have long been loathe to approve extensive drug abuse treatment programs, fearing financial costs. Drug abuse costs communities every day, in the form of prison expenses, c...
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More electronic gadgets, more miscommunication

...izmos of all kinds this holiday season. But when it comes to the value of these devices opinion is increasingly split. Many people either love them or loathe them. I guess I fall into the latter category. Of course I use a computer; Im not a total Luddite (although when I read the Unabombers manifesto s...

Who moved the workplace?

...task of management when work can be performed anywhere. Many managers are still comfortable only with daily face-to-face encounters with staff and are loathe to allow their charges too much time out of their sights. But continued advances in technology, unrelenting cost pressures and strong demand for more ...

Tommy Thompson's Iowa strategy isn't far-fetched

...try. But there's really only one state on his itinerary right now - the political bellwether state of Iowa, home to the Iowa caucuses. Love them or loathe them, the Iowa caucuses are tailor-made for a candidate such as Thompson. The partisans who turn out for Iowa's 2,000-plus precinct meetings every fou...
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