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Yoga without ethics: just empty posturing?

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Charting a way out of the monthly blues

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Do you call this a life?

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Maternal health is better where abortion is restricted

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Jihadi brides: Don’t overlook how new media market cruelty as well as porn

Some women were captivated by beheading videos.
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Reports from the front with ISIS: “Death has become a way of life here”

Why does this continue? Why hasn’t ISIS been stopped, long ago? Why are they advancing?
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The decline of Europe’s Jewish community

And is the decline set to continue into this century?
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Librarian: The Internet doesn’t harm the good student, but it makes the poor student worse

Students may confuse “available” with “helpful”
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Wedlock as crime-stopper

“Unlike marriage, cohabitation does not play a beneficial role in young adults’ antisocial behavior trajectories.”
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True confessions

Thirteen-year-old girl turns mutineer.
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To win, they need to support family.
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In one case, the atmosphere suddenly electrified.
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Exodus: Gods and Kings

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The envoy for sodomy

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Hooked up and tied down: the neurological consequences of sadomasochism

An examination of the phenomenon of BDSM from the perspective of a psychiatrist.
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Happier kids in eight steps

Simple tips for raising your kids to be happy people.
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Email overload: time for a human solution

Email providers have a vested interest in the growing burden of the digital messages.
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It depends on how carefully you choose your words.
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Mum and dad adoption preferred, Irish poll shows

But new legislation in Ireland puts single and same-sex parenting on the same level.
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