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08
Jan

Imagine “Seinfeld Teachable Moments”

Jason Alexander plays Annie Duke’s charity event at the 2009 WSOP (Photo credit: Wikipedia) What is your favorite Seinfeld Moment? Yes, this is a serious question. From July 5, 1989, through May 14, 1998, 172 to 180 episodes of Seinfeld were created and since its series finale in 1998, it has continued in syndication throughout...
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17
May

CDC Report: Mental Health Surveillance Among Children In The United States – 2005-2011

 Logo of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, an agency within the United States Department of Health and Human Services. (Photo credit: Wikipedia) “CDC 24/7: Saving Lives, Protecting People” How much do you know about the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)? For example, did you know that its roots date back to...
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28
Feb

Study Suggest Five Major Psychiatric Disorders Share Genetic Link

How much do you understand about your family tree? Have you seen a television or online commercial for Ancestry.com? Maybe you use Ancestry.com. Learning about our ancestors can be entertaining, time-consuming, and sometimes shocking. We occasionally find ourselves relying on relatives to fill in the knowledge gaps, the blank spaces. For example, what if by...
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28
Apr

Smoking Cigarettes and Autism

There is a whole list of problems associated with smoking cigarettes during pregnancy. Every pack of cigarettes has a label warning pregnant women of the chance of birth defects, but sadly many women do not heed the warnings. A new study recently conducted suggests that women who smoke during pregnancy may be more likely to...
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