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A Mediterranean Diet Might Protect You Against Memory Loss and Dementia

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A Mediterranean Diet Might Protect You Against Memory Loss and Dementia

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Why Didn’t Someone Stop Derek Chauvin?

Why Didn’t Someone Stop Derek Chauvin?

Jim Windell

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What Drives Narcissism?

What Drives Narcissism?

 Jim Windell

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What Clinicians Can Do to Combat Anti-Asian Racism

What Clinicians Can Do to Combat Anti-Asian Racism

 Jim Windell

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Understanding White Supremacists

Understanding White Supremacists

 Jim Windell

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Want to Lower Your Healthcare Costs? Here’s How

Want to Lower Your Healthcare Costs? Here’s How

Jim Windell

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How You Overcame Past Challenges Can Help You Process Negative Experiences

How You Overcame Past Challenges Can Help You Process Negative Experiences

 Jim Windell

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Are All Mass Shooters Mentally Ill?

Are All Mass Shooters Mentally Ill?

By Jim Windell

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A Happy Childhood Translates into a Mentally Healthy Adulthood, Right?

A Happy Childhood Translates into a Mentally Healthy Adulthood, Right?

 By Jim Windell

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Can You Buy Happiness?

Can You Buy Happiness?

By Jim Windell

             If you keep playing the lottery hoping to win millions, are you doing this because you are convinced that having a massive amount of money will bring you happiness?

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Do Words Have Consequences?

Do Words Have Consequences?

By Jim Windell

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Why Some People are Able to Stand Up to a Bully

Why Some People are Able to Stand Up to a Bully

 By Jim Windell

             Since the presidential election on November 3, 2020, we have seen the President of the United States use his office and his political and personal power to cajole, influence and bully political leaders, lawmakers and citizens to support his efforts to overturn the election he lost. Some of the people he put tremendous pressure on – such as both the governor and the secretary of state of Georgia – stood up to his intense bullying and threats. Others – such as many Republican congressman – caved to the pressure.

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A Potential Change in Your Diet You May Actually Like

A Potential Change in Your Diet You May Actually Like

By Jim Windell

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The Three Pillars of Mental Health

The Three Pillars of Mental Health

 By Jim Windell

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Structural Racism Costs Lives

Structural Racism Costs Lives

By Jim Windell

           Given the growing strength of the Black Lives Matter movement, there is also a growing recognition that racism is a durable feature of U.S. society – and that racism and that it has health consequences for people of color.

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The Roots of Mother’s Empathy

The Roots of Mother’s Empathy

 By Jim Windell

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Off-Label Drug May Reduce Alcohol Withdrawal Symptoms

Off-Label Drug May Reduce Alcohol Withdrawal Symptoms

 By Jim Windell

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It’s Not Whether You Use it; It’s How You Use it that Makes a Difference

It’s Not Whether You Use it; It’s How You Use it that Makes a Difference

By Jim Windell

            We all use social media. At least to one extent or another. Technology is supposed to make our lives better – more efficient, more connected and giving us access to the whole world. But does social media help us to feel better? Does it bring happiness?

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Is There any Benefit to Combining Exercise and Nutritional Supplements?

Is There any Benefit to Combining Exercise and Nutritional Supplements?

By Jim Windell

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Retiring Early Not a Great Idea

Retiring Early Not a Good Idea?

By Jim Windell

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