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Depression Blood Test

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Monday, October 6, 2014
Category: Health

From www.askmen.com

Based on the activity of blood markers, doctors can also determine which patients would benefit most from cognitive behavioral therapy, and which might need to rely more on medication to help control symptoms.

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Why Not Eat Octopus? - The New Yorker

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Monday, October 6, 2014
Category: Science

From www.newyorker.com

ctopus intelligence is well documented: they have been known to open jars, guard their unhatched eggs for months or even years, and demonstrate personalities. Most famously, they can blast a cloud of ink to throw off predators, but even more impressive is the masterfully complex camouflage employed by several members of Cephalopoda (a class that also includes squid and cuttlefish).

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Richard Dawkins

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Monday, October 6, 2014
Category: Science

From www.newstatesman.com

If an autobiography can ever contain a true reflection of the author, it is nearly always found in a throwaway sentence. When the world's most celebrated atheist writes of the discovery of evolution, Richard Dawkins unwittingly reveals his sense of his mission in the world.

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Rhinoceros Party of Canada, or Why Canada used to own politics

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Monday, October 6, 2014
Category: Politics

From mononcqc.wordpress.com

The Parti Rhinoceros, known as the Rhinoceros Party of Canada was a satirical federal political party in Canada from the 60s until the early 90s. They were much of an entertainment source and a kind of protestation party for voters.

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Galileo's Middle Finger

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Monday, October 6, 2014
Category: History

From www.atlasobscura.com

It is a remarkable bit of irony, the finger: venerated, kept in a shrine, subjected to the same treatment as a saintly relic. But this finger belonged to no saint. It is the long bony finger of an enemy of the church, a heretic.

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The Right Way to Bribe Your Children

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Monday, October 6, 2014
Category: Parenting

From online.wsj.com

In a survey released in July by coupon site vouchercloud, 55% of parents contacted said they gave their children bribes--including allowances and other forms of compensation--to make them behave or to reward them for certain tasks or achievements.

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