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Tuesday, October 15, 2019


The mind shrinks or expands in proportion to one’s wisdom; the heart, in proportion to one’s courage; and the soul, in proportion to one’s love.

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yes, we still need to cut down on red and processed meat
Eating lots of red meat increases your risk of cancer and a range of chronic diseases. Sailing Gypsy/Shutterstock Research Checks interrogate newly published studies and how they’re reported in the media. The analysis is undertaken by one or more academics not involved with the study, and reviewed by another, to make...
4 things to do before and after a workout to get better results
Do you ever feel like you’re not getting as much from your exercise routine as you think you should? The thing is, when it comes to working out, most of us tend to focus on exercising alone, or more precisely, on what we do at the gym. However, what...
melbourne marooned march
Remarkably, "Dads Who Care" a facebook group, are organising a March In Melbourne to support the play.  They are getting people to meet at Federation Square on the 21st of September, at 12pm, then after the proceedings they will March to Southbank Boulevard to the steps of the Southbank...
how to cope with schizophrenia            
Hearing a diagnosis of schizophrenia from your doctor can be very well catastrophic. That means you may be ruining your overall function in society, straining your relationships, and feel other people’s emotions. That doesn’t mean you are going to have a hard and unfulfilling life of distress and depression....
what tim fischer’s cancer tells us about the impact of agent orange on other vietnam veterans
Fischer believed his immunity broke down a lot more quickly as a direct consequence of his exposure to Agent Orange in the Vietnam war. AAP/Alex Murray Much loved former deputy prime minister Tim Fischer, who died last week from leukaemia, has talked about the possible link between his exposure to Agent Orange...