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High Stress Levels in Parents of Adult Children with Mental Illness

“The fact that a similar pattern of hypoactivated daily cortisol in response to stress has been found across studies of parents of individuals with different diagnoses (i.e., schizophrenia, autism, ... read more

You can't resolve away climate change

My stance on climate change is clear: the scientific evidence that we’re getting warmer is overwhelming, and the most likely cause is that it’s human-produced. The first is fact, the second is a ... read more

In Ronnie’s Court

When I made my first clandestine inspection of those boxes, sometime around the outbreak of the Second World War, they contained only personal stuff ... or the newspaper shop, or the wine shop, or the ... read more

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Cheers and Jeers: Monday

(Real Football - with three downs). Cheers to ten minutes free time... and a messy classroom... I'll get the kids in period 2 to clean up.... (My number one rule is - everything is a learning ... read more

Jason Statham and Vinnie Jones enjoy dinner at The Ivy after The Expendables 3 premiere

She added: 'I do try and make sure that I conduct myself in a way that I think is appropriate, but at the same time I'm still going to live my life ... I'm not the girl falling out of a nightclub with ... read more

The 13 Most Insidious, Pervasive Lies of the Modern Music Industry…

Lie #4: There will be a death of the major label. The Lie: Major labels will die out completely, while unleashing a utopia of contract-free, liberated artists. The Truth: Majors are weakened but far ... read more

Is the looming internet filter justified? Not yet

After all, private property is a human right as much as free speech is. (Check out Article 17 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.) It is true that intellectual property shares some of the ... read more

Einstein, insanity and the war on drugs

If you put faith in declarations by the United Nations, a “drug-free world” is an attainable goal and the war on drugs all but over. In 1998, a special session of the U.N. General Assembly forecast ... read more

Ask Hackaday: What Can Save RadioShack?

The news for RadioShack is not good. The retail chain that we hackers hold near and dear to our hearts is in financial trouble, and could go under next year. With just 64 million in cash on hand, it ... read more

Leaders' debate paints some pretty little pitches

The third leaders' debate painted a good picture of what the two party leaders have on offer. With Tony Abbott, you always get the same lines but with Kevin Rudd it's the luck of the draw, writes ... read more

Eight years after her daughter died, Kirsty MacColl's mum vows 'I'll fight to the end to bring her killer to justice'

As I filled the kettle, I read through the shopping list for Christmas dinner Kirsty had left for me before she'd flown off for a holiday to the island of ... To order a copy for £16.20 (p&p ... read more

Cheers and Jeers: Monday

Cheers to Michael and his Bill! Cheers to my Tiger, for a fine weekend. Jeers to eye surgery for my buddy's dad, which pulled him out of town for an early thanksgiving celebration, so no B5 this ... read more

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