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Can What We Eat Affect How We Feel?
Nutritional psychiatrists counsel patients on how better eating may be another tool in helping to ease depression and anxiety and may lead to better mental health.
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NYT Op Ed:The West Doesn’t Want ISIS Members to Return. Why Should the Syrians Put Up With Them?
"British and American governments must take responsibility for their citizens who joined the Islamic State."
Op-Ed: A Neuroscientist Says There's a Powerful Benefit to Exercise That Is Rarely Discussed
"As a neuroscientist and workout devotee, I’ve come to believe that these neurological benefits could have profound implications for how we live, learn and age as a society."
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Wendy Suzuki
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Human Rights Activists Share Personal Stories, Talk Grassroots Movements at 'Freedom Forum'
Human Rights Activists Share Personal Stories, Talk Grassroots Movements at 'Freedom Forum' at Harvard University
The Problem with Rewarding Individual Performers
The majority of Fortune 500 companies reward the most productive individuals, not the most effective groups or indispensable group members.
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Judaline Cassidy Featured in Ashton Kutcher's "A Plus"
Judaline Cassidy's Tools and Tiara's non-profit is featured by Ashton Kutcher's "A Plus"
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Judaline Cassidy
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Nadine Strossen to be Interviewed by Christie Hefner
Nadine Strossen will be interviewed by Christie Hefner, former CEO of Playboy Enterprises, at the Standard Club in Chicago. An event sponsored by the American Writers Museum. Open to the public.
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Nadine Strossen
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The Roots of Implicit Bias
Implicit bias is not about bigotry per se. As new research from our laboratory suggests, implicit bias is grounded in a basic human tendency to divide the social world into groups.
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Meet Judaline Cassidy: A Plumber Who is Dominating the Trade in NYC
There are many professions that don’t get enough recognition in mainstream media, yet they are crucial to the functioning of everyday life.
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Judaline Cassidy
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We Need to Talk More About Mental Health at Work
As we recognize neurological and emotional diversity in all of its forms, workplace cultures need to make room for the wide range of emotions we experience.
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Dr. Drew Ramsey
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Musician Mandy Harvey Shares How To Gain New Perspectives After Life Changing Loss
Mandy Harvey has turned a major life pivot into her biggest strength. By the age of 18, Harvey had completely lost her hearing. Not only could she no longer hear the world around her, but she could no longer hear herself.
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Mandy Harvey
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New York Time's Book Review: Jere Van Dyk's "The Trade"
A Freed Hostage Audits the Murky Business of Captive Negotiations
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Jere Van Dyk
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Inspiring America: Two Blind Brothers Curing Blindness With Clothing
Bradford and Bryan Manning are men of vision. Rather than have their eye disease hold them back, it has become the essential fuel driving them forward.
Forget Dieting — Make Your New Year's Food Resolution About This Instead
Food isn't just fuel for your body, but for your mind, too. Ahead, some tips on what to eat to feel your best, according to science.
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Dr. Drew Ramsey
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In the Lab, Failure Is Part of the Job Description
Jay Van Bavel is a highly successful research psychologist at NYU, but he likes junior colleagues to know about his crummy first year as an assistant professor.
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Nadine Strossen Delivers Keynote Address at the Department of Justice
Former ACLU President Nadine Strossen was the keynote speaker at the Justice Department at a conference on free speech on college campuses
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Nadine Strossen
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Facebook and Apple just made Alex Jones a martyr: It's better to counter bad speech with good speech
Op-Ed by Speaker Nadine Strossen: Facebook and Apple just made Alex Jones a martyr: It's better to counter bad speech with good speech
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Nadine Strossen
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Feed Your Head: Foods That Target Anxiety and Depression (WSJ)
Nutritional Psychiatry and Dr. Drew Ramsey featured in the Wall Street Journal
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Dr. Drew Ramsey
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Speech For Equality
An extraordinary learning experience that spans the legal, cultural, historical and social realms with the goal of promoting fundamental equality for all.
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Nadine Strossen
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A data-driven understanding of the presidency
People want an objective understanding of government, and we are providing it.
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David O'Connell
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