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One Common Source of Depression That Hardly Anyone Talks About

Depression can stem from a wide range of biological, psychological and environmental factors, but this one is huge – it affects 38 percent of adults in this country alone. And this source can raise your risk of suicide as well. Isn’t it about time it received the attention it deserves?

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What’s Driving the Decline in IQ Scores?

After a decadeslong increase, IQ scores have been falling sharply since the 1970s. While IQ has long been tied to genetic factors, new research suggests genes are not to blame for this downward trend, but another pervasive set of factors is.

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Burdock Root: Bitter in Taste, but Provides Useful Health Benefits

Burdock is a flowering plant that has been used by various cultures around the world. Its root holds the most benefits, and is enjoyed in various ways. This article will show you how you can use burdock root for your well-being.

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