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The Many Forms, Faces And Causes Of PTSD
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The Many Forms, Faces And Causes Of PTSD

You don't have to be in the military to have experiences that could lead to post-traumatic stress disorder, a doctor says.

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The Fight Over Ownership Of An Indian Dessert Comes To A Bittersweet End

Rosogolla, a popular Indian treat, is commonly made with cottage cheese and sugar syrup. India recently granted the eastern state of Bengal ownership rights for the dessert.Nupur Dasgupta/Flickr hide caption

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Clues In That Mysterious Radioactive Cloud Point Toward Russia

The core of the RBT-3 reactor at the Research Institute of Atomic Reactors in Dimitrovgrad, Russia. Some scientists suspect the institute's work on medical isotopes might explain radioactivity detected over Europe.Sovfoto/UIG via Getty Imageshide caption

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'The Bad Food Bible' Says Your Eating Might Not Be So Sinful After All

In his new book, Dr. Aaron Carroll explains that there might be less evidence against some notoriously bad foods than we think.MHJ/Getty Imageshide caption

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'The Bad Food Bible' Says Your Eating Might Not Be So Sinful After All

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