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Fitness / 08.01.2019

[ad_1] A new book claims that marijuana causes aggression, psychosis, suicides, violence - and that its legalization in Washington even triggered a sharp rise in murder rates. There is little concrete information about the drug's benefits (despite plenty of claims) because its illegality has made it difficult to study. But according to former New York Times reporter Alex Berenson, there is clear evidence that marijuana is not as safe - and certainly not as curative - as the pro-cannabis groups would have us believe.Writing in his new book Tell Your...

Fitness / 08.01.2019

[ad_1] Is the key to happiness being married? Over 50s who have a spouse OR a large circle of friends 'are more likely to judge life worth living'Researchers questioned more than 7,000 people aged between 50 and 90Those who judged life most worthwhile were 16% more likely to be married Those whose lives held least meaning spent almost twice as much time alone By Victoria Allen Science Correspondent For The Daily Mail Published: 15:00 EST, 7 January...

Fitness / 07.01.2019

[ad_1] Have you written your thank-you letters yet? No, I don’t mean a text or an email but an actual letter?I consider it a vital part of the post-Christmas ritual, although I know many people regard it as an outdated practice.But showing your appreciation for someone’s thoughtfulness is more than just good manners, it’s a boost to one’s mental health, too. Psychologists call it ‘gratitude therapy’ and it helps us focus on the pluses in our lives, and the people who love us enough to give us gifts....