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A psychologist general, on par with the surgeon general, would ease our minds
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An assay that measures 28 variables could identify individuals who need further treatment
Scientists test how pharmaceutical-grade MDMA combines with psychotherapy to help patients with a severe form of PTSD
If you practice what you read in this article, your life will improve
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