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09 04 18

The hidden crisis on college campuses: 36% of students don't have enough to eat
thedickinsonpress.com

The hidden crisis on college campuses: 36% of students don't have enough to eat

WASHINGTON - Caleb Torres lost seven pounds his freshman year of college - and not because he didn't like the food in the dining hall.

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How well can university roommates judge each other’s distress levels?
digest.bps.org.uk

How well can university roommates judge each other’s distress levels?

The findings highlight the challenge of requiring students to look out for each other. By Christian Jarrett

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Why women are worried about #MeToo
vox.com

Why women are worried about #MeToo

Significant numbers of women have concerns about the movement, according to a Vox/Morning Consult survey. That doesn’t mean they’re ready to write it off.

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Experiment 20: the women who defied a controversial experiment
theguardian.com

Experiment 20: the women who defied a controversial experiment

This film by Kathryn Millard 20 dramatises the stories of three women who took part in the psychologist Stanley Milgram’s ‘Obedience to Authority’ experiments in 1962, and insisted on being heard

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Opinion | Ordering Five Million Deaths Online
nytimes.com

Opinion | Ordering Five Million Deaths Online

A Chinese website said it would sell me 100 grams of carfentanil, the unbelievably deadly synthetic opioid.

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Pill Limits Are Not a Smart Way to Fight the Opioid Crisis
slate.com

Pill Limits Are Not a Smart Way to Fight the Opioid Crisis

We can’t just stop giving people medicine.

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Homework Therapists’ Job: Help Solve Math Problems, and Emotional Ones
nytimes.com

Homework Therapists’ Job: Help Solve Math Problems, and Emotional Ones

The tutors deal not in plain-old schoolwork or straight-up counseling, but in a blend of the two, offering academic and psychological support, at a price.

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How Psychopaths See the World
theatlantic.com

How Psychopaths See the World

It’s not that they can’t consider other people’s perspectives. It’s that they don’t do so automatically.

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How a Young Woman Lost Her Identity
newyorker.com

How a Young Woman Lost Her Identity

Hannah Upp disappears for weeks at a time, forgetting her sense of self. Can she still be found?

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Talking to strangers used to terrify me. Then I took up a challenge.
washingtonpost.com

Talking to strangers used to terrify me. Then I took up a challenge.

I realized, rather embarrassingly, I knew the names of only a handful of people at work. On the first day of my confidence challenge, I plonked down with my sandwich in the staff break area.

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New York City’s Proposed No After-Hours Email Law Is a Good, If Flawed, Attempt at Balance
slate.com

New York City’s Proposed No After-Hours Email Law Is a Good, If Flawed, Attempt at Balance

The question is, would workers actually take advantage of it?

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Dwayne Johnson reveals battle with depression, mother's suicide attempt
cnn.com

Dwayne Johnson reveals battle with depression, mother's suicide attempt

Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson has revealed that times have been harder for him than fans know.

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Let's Journey Through the Mind of a Dog
blogs.discovermagazine.com

Let's Journey Through the Mind of a Dog

The latest research in canine cognition.

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5 health benefits of eating chocolate
netdoctor.co.uk

5 health benefits of eating chocolate

Everything you need to know in the run up to Easter...

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