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Suicide bombings in Parkland illustrate the long-term psychological effects of mass shootings

The events show the long-term effect of shooting at school. "Parkland survivors have been heroes since the tragedy, but the death of these students is a sobering reminder that they are not only young advocates, but victims of traumas and survivors of violence," said Micheal Anestis, more extraordinary Professor of Psychology at the University of Southern Mississippi and co-chair of …

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The Braves Broadcasters illustrate what's wrong with baseball

On Saturday night, as a society, we reached new heights of dumbness in the category of old white men complaining about the state of baseball today. The Braves Broadcasters Chip Caray (grandson of Harry Caray) and Joe Simpson took a few minutes during the Braves Dodgers game to complain about how the Dodgers were dressed during the batting practice. Simpson …

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"Monstrous" new Russian saber-tooth fossils illustrate the early evolution of the mammalian lineage

<a href = "https://3c1703fe8d.site.internapcdn.net/newman/gfx/news/hires/2018/monstrousnew.jpg" title = "The Therocephalic Gorynychus masyutinae top predator of the Kotelnich fossil record, hunting for a tree-dwelling herbivore ( Suminia getmanovi ). Credit: Matt Celeskey "> The Therocephalian Gorynychus masyutinae top robber of the Kotelnian fossil collection, hunts a tree-dwelling herbivore ( Suminia getmanovi ). Credit: Matt Celeskey Fossils representing two new species of saber-tamed prehistoric …

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Changing views on marijuana illustrate how differently colored people are affected by drug laws

This photo shows June 5, 2017 a marijuana leaf in the vegetative space of a cannabis cultivator in Fairbanks, Alaska. (Eric Engman / Fairbanks Daily News Miners on AP) While views on the decriminalization of marijuana are shifting and current and former lawmakers are questioning existing drug laws, the fact is that colored people, especially from low-income communities, are always …

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