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Changing The Stigma On Mental Illness To Help Us All

Sep 16, 14 Changing The Stigma On Mental Illness To Help Us All

Posted by in Mental Health

Many people have experienced some sort of mental health issue or illness. Whether that is depression, stress, schizophrenia, a phobia, or any one of the hundreds of other mental health diagnoses out there. Even grief can be classified as a mental health issue. Many people simply do not seek the mental health care they need to be healthy. Why is that?

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NASA Inspector Blasts Asteroid Protection Program

Sep 16, 14 NASA Inspector Blasts Asteroid Protection Program

Posted by in Space

NASA's effort to identify potentially dangerous space rocks has taken a hit. On Monday, the space agency's inspector general released a report blasting NASA's Near Earth Objects program, which is meant to hunt and catalog comets, asteroids and relatively large fragments of these objects that pass within 28 million miles of Earth. The purpose is to protect the planet against their potential dangers.

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Move Over, Ice Bucket Challenge, For The Book Bucket

Sep 16, 14 Move Over, Ice Bucket Challenge, For The Book Bucket

Posted by in Lifestyle, Technology

It started with a promise made to a little boy. It transformed into a social media phenomenon that has sparked a dialogue about literature and reading. If you’ve been on Facebook in the past few weeks you’ve likely seen status updates passing through your newsfeed that refer to the #bookbucketchallenge.

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Eating Rice Equals More Sleep? It Does In Japan

Sep 16, 14 Eating Rice Equals More Sleep? It Does In Japan

Posted by in Health

You’ve heard of the glycemic index (GI), but you weren’t really sure what that meant… until now. The GI involves a list of foods ranked by how they affect a person’s blood sugar. Low-glycemic foods don’t spike insulin and blood sugar as fast as high-glycemic foods do. And surprisingly, it’s the latter, which makes it hard to manage diabetes, that’s associated with better sleep.

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General Outlines Plans For Army Cyber Command

Sep 16, 14 General Outlines Plans For Army Cyber Command

Posted by in Technology

The commanding general of the Army Cyber Command said this week that his team expects to break ground next year on a defense network at Fort Gordon that will work with private technology firms, and the federal departments of justice and homeland security.

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The Signs And Dangers Of Career Burnout

Sep 15, 14 The Signs And Dangers Of Career Burnout

Posted by in An English Angle, Health

Your boss or your demanding customers might not think so, but your mind and body are finite resources. They are not immune to the harmful effects of wear and tear, stress and pressure. Chronic Occupational Stress, better known as career burnout, is what happens when your brain and physical body get pushed beyond the limit of what they can take.

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An Aerobatic Experience With Mikael Brageot

Sep 15, 14 An Aerobatic Experience With Mikael Brageot

Posted by in Lifestyle, Space

In Fort Worth’s Alliance Airport, the occasional sonic boom of a speeding jet sends vibrations through the walls, the floors, and anyone standing inside. This day, September 5, 2014, one of these onlookers is me, as I await a meeting with one of the Challenger Cup pilots competing in the looming Red Bull Air Races at Texas Motor Speedway.

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Check Out The First 10 Apps For The Apple Watch

Sep 15, 14 Check Out The First 10 Apps For The Apple Watch

Posted by in Lifestyle, Technology

Apple is making a number of cool apps for its Watch, like Passbook, Siri and Smart Reply. But, like the iPhone itself, the gadget's fate will be determined by the extent to which it's embraced by hot, third-party developers. In that regard, Apple Watch is off to a good start. The initial lineup of partners that plan to release apps in time for the device's spring 2015 launch is solid.

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Your Keyboard Could Be Influencing What You Name Your Baby

Sep 15, 14 Your Keyboard Could Be Influencing What You Name Your Baby

Posted by in Science, Technology

Debating about what to name your baby? Whether you choose what’s vogue, or follow a long-standing tradition of naming your child after a relative, your QWERTY keyboard has a small, but significant impact on your child’s name. today’s most popular baby names have a strange commonality: they’re mostly written with the right hand.

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Yahoo Fought The NSA’s PRISM Program In Court

Sep 15, 14 Yahoo Fought The NSA’s PRISM Program In Court

Posted by in Technology

Yahoo initially fought the NSA’s attempts to obtain customer data from it for its controversial online surveillance program, a declassified court decision reveals. “We refused to comply with what we viewed as unconstitutional and overbroad surveillance and challenged the U.S. Government’s authority,” wrote Ron Bell, Yahoo’s General Council, in a Tumblr post .

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