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21 HOURS AGO - Huffington Post

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Online Self-Help Is Surprisingly Good At Reducing Depression Risk

People who may be sliding toward depression might be able to prevent the full-blown disorder by completing some self-help exercises online, a new study suggests. Researchers found that men and women who had some symptoms of depression and used a web-based mental health program that was supported by an online trainer were less likely to experience a major depressive episode ...

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MAY 04, 2016 - Huffington Post

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Half Of Teens Say They Feel Addicted To Their Devices

Research is still emerging about whether technology addiction fits the classic definition of an addiction disorder, but many people certainly feel addicted, according to a new survey. Half of all teens reported feeling addicted to their mobile devices, and 28 percent said their parents are addicted too, according to a nationally representative survey of 1,200 parents and children conducted by the ...

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MAY 03, 2016 - Shape

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The Truth About Weight Gain After 'The Biggest Loser'

Weight Loss›Weight ManagementExtreme weight loss could be too good to be true in the long run, according to new research For the last 12 years—really, it's been on air for 12 years—The Biggest Loser has been shocking the country with incredible weight loss transformations and encouraging overweight Americans to join the battle against obesity, one pound at a time. (And ...

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MAY 03, 2016 - Yahoo! News

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China to investigate Baidu over student's death, shares dive

China's Internet regulator said on Monday it will send a team to investigate Baidu Inc over the death of a university student who used the Chinese search engine to look for treatment for his cancer. Wei Zexi, 21, died last month of a rare form of cancer. Before dying, Wei accused Baidu online of promoting false medical information, as well ...

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MAY 03, 2016 - Yahoo! News

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China to investigate hospital dying student found on search engine

China's health ministry will investigate a hospital that a university student turned to for cancer treatment after seeking information on the Baidu Inc search engine, a state health commission said on Tuesday. The student, Wei Zexi, 21, died last month of a rare form of cancer and China's Internet regulator said on Monday it would investigate Baidu over the case. ...

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