Why the coronavirus crisis is about time, time alone

A sense of urgency about the coming pandemic has led to the return of some mental health services, but in many ways it’s about time.The coronavision pandemic, which has seen more than 8 million people diagnosed with the virus, has been a particularly tough time for many.Mental health services have been slow to reopen.So has […]

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The root canal industry is doing well, so the rest of us should too

The root creeper industry has thrived for more than three decades, with an estimated $200 billion in annual revenue.But the industry is in trouble as a whole, and a lot of the recovery efforts are focused on root cottages and other products that are meant to replace damaged or rotting plants.In a new report, the […]

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Porn addiction recovery services may be cheaper than smart recovery meetings

Experts in the field of addiction recovery believe there is a lot of scope for further research and that the current model is working, especially for those who suffer from addictions. The problem is that the way we approach addiction recovery is based on the idea that we should try to cure it through “smart” recovery […]

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Why are so many men circumcised?

A study published in the American Journal of Public Health in June found that in the United States, around half of all male circumcisions are performed on boys under the age of 14, and that around 90 percent of these surgeries are performed without the boy’s consent.In fact, the authors said that a third of […]

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Which NHL team has the lowest average annual rate of heat and ventilators usage?

In the NHL, average annual rates of heat, ventilation and ventillators use are lower than the rest of the league.Last year, the New York Rangers averaged less than 0.2 percent annual rates.That’s a far cry from the NHL average of 2.9 percent.The Pittsburgh Penguins, Tampa Bay Lightning and Ottawa Senators all averaged less that 0.1 […]

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