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How the Trump Foundation could undercut the public trust in charitable giving
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"Any serious and prolonged adversity, such as a sudden, unexpected and lasting separation from a caretaker, changes the structure of the developing brain"
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"Early reprogramming of neural circuits underlying these functions can directly or indirectly alter the child’s physical, emotional and cognitive development and causes lifelong changes." via
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It's the , and we know you can't wait to visit the beach or swim in the springs. Good thing a researcher has discovered a way to harvest a "green" sunscreen ingredient — to protect our skin and the environment we want to see.
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UC San Diego School of Medicine 6h
Sitting and diabetes in older adults: Does timing matter? Our and Andrea LaCroix write in :
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On scholar explains some profound shifts that have taken place in this ancient practice.
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A sudden and lasting separation from a parent can permanently alter brain development
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Corporate CEOs' political voice growing louder as they criticize Trump policies like separating migrant children
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How refugee children make American education stronger
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After volcano eruption, Guatemalans lead their own disaster recovery
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Civil war in now threatens over 250,000 people in the city of Hodeidah
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What Is The Summer Solstice? An Astronomer Explains
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What the US can learn from other countries in dealing with pain and the opioid crisis
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These are the three types of bias that explain all the , , and other junk in your News Feed (via republisher )
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Sitting and diabetes in older adults: Does timing matter?
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Why our brains see the world as 'us' versus 'them'
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Philosopher's Eye Jun 20
"If psychology may explain why Loch Ness Monster fans believe what they do, philosophy can explain what’s wrong with such beliefs."
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OSU Research News Jun 20
How setting a schedule can make you less productive. Advice from professor Selin Malkoc, via .
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Opioids don't have to be addictive – the new versions will treat pain without triggering pleasure
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