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(May not apply to other forms of depression)
--Increased appetite with weight gain
--Loss of interest in work or other activities
--Less energy and ability to
Aliki Nassoufis, dpa
Berlin (dpa) - Sitting in the lotus position, eyes closed,
murmuring a protracted "om" is what many people picture when they
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White chocolate. Dark chocolate. Sprinkled with crunchy almonds. Lusciously draped over strawberries.
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Inside the room at Marywood University, ...
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