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In the Spirit: UW study finds religion — some kinds, anyway — may protect …
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Organized religion, so often the villain in gay people's coming-out stories, doesn't necessarily have to play that role, a new UW-Madison study suggests. The harmful effects of discrimination suffered by gay young people may be mitigated somewhat by …

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Thai Government Shuffles Cabinet Midway Into Term
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Thailand's government overhauled its Cabinet halfway through its first term, in an apparent attempt to salvage its popularity waning because of financial losses over a rice subsidy and other projects. The changes, endorsed by King Bhumibol Adulyadej, …

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Obama, who once championed government as effective, now more critical
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A sympathetic visitor to the far-left website DemocraticUnderground.com posted a direct plea to President Obama this weekend: “Mr. President, could you please avoid throwing the RWNJ's [right-wing nut-jobs] any more red meat about government …

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Cashman: Losing weight no piece of cake for a new mom
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New Gallup poll research suggests Americans want to lose weight but aren't seriously trying to do so. Well, I was part of this statistic until recently. The age of celebrities having babies and looking red-carpet ready in weeks gives women this …

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Ear acupuncture 'boosts weight loss'
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Ear acupuncture can help people lose weight, with better results if practitioners stimulated five points instead of just one, researchers from Korea claim in a study published in the BMJ journal Acupuncture in Medicine. Auricular acupuncture was first …

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50/50: It's not fair that men seem to lose weight more easily
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I know I should be happy he's losing weight, and I am – really. It's just that I've been here busting my butt for the past nine months, working out, eating healthy, limiting my carbs, meditating and lifting weights, and he lifts a kettle bell a few …

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Voluntary government checkpoints spark backlash
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A tactic used by the federal government to gather information for anti-drunken and drugged driving programs is coming under criticism in cities around the country, and some local police agencies say they will no longer take part. The tactic involves a …

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Win Money For Losing Weight Through Online Program
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PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – Dieting for dollars is a concept that's catching on across the country and a local woman is a big winner for losing. It's weight loss with a twist. You actually gamble money on your weight loss. if you lose, you win and a local …

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