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Military suicides have become somewhat less frequent, but remain a 'massive problem'

Military suicides have become somewhat less frequent, but remain a ‘massive problem’

At Cornerstone Equine Therapy Center outside San Diego, Judy Beckett has worked with the Navy for more than a decade. Most of his calls these days come from naval commanders looking for new ideas to increase the resilience of sailors. She said horses have almost a meditative power with sailors who suffer from PTSD or …

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Comment: Republicans haven't solved their Herschel Walker problem

Comment: Republicans haven’t solved their Herschel Walker problem

For a sizable minority of Americans, the biggest political story at the moment is not who won this week’s runoff in Georgia. It’s the supposed plot to suppress the truth about President Joe Biden’s son Hunter’s corrupt business dealings. The crusade against young Biden is easy to dismiss as another made-up narrative designed to keep …

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New study unravels the problem of food waste in healthcare

About 1.3 million tons of food are lost or wasted each year worldwide. One of these food waste streams, although not the largest, is the healthcare system. When discussing the waste produced within the healthcare system, food waste is often not the topic of discussion, although most other waste streams already receive adequate attention. The …

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