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From Gloom To Gratitude: 8 Skills To Cultivate Joy

Reaching out in kindness, mindful breathing and taking time daily to note positive moments and personal strengths are all part of a program that reduces anxiety and depression. But it takes practice.

Reflections Stan Forebee
Starting Again Stan Forebee

Even if a genetic test could reliably predict obesity risk, would people make effective use of the information? eyecrave/Vetta/Getty Images hide caption

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How Helpful Would A Genetic Test For Obesity Risk Be?

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Dock Moss Of Aura
Compound Moss Of Aura
All the Optimism of Early January Lullatone

President Donald Trump speaks during an August 2018 fundraiser in Charlotte, N.C. As president, Trump has embraced high dollar fundraising events that he criticized while running for office. Brendan Smialowski /AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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For 2020, Trump Campaign Woos Big Donors Who Spurned It In 2016

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A Hundred Moons GoGo Penguin
Raven GoGo Penguin
Westfield Bladee
Acrobats The American Dollar
Longing Teen Daze
Hidden Worlds Teen Daze
Billboard (2019) Morning Edition
The Voiceless And So I Watch You From Afar
Late Night Voyages Guilty Ghosts
The End of Akira Guilty Ghosts
Dust and Disquiet Caspian
Above the Trees Endless Dive
Stoky 335 Endless Dive
Letter 3. Running Boy - Fuad Rahim Alhaj
Letter 5. Going Home - Rahim Rahim Alhaj
Anomaly: Mvt. VI Glenn Kotche, Kronos Quartet

Mike Hollinger of IBM joined a group of business leaders at a news conference on the steps of the capitol in Austin, Texas. The business leaders oppose the so-called religious refusal laws currently under consideration in the Texas legislature. Susan Risdon/Red Media Group hide caption

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Business Leaders Oppose 'License To Discriminate' Against LGBT Texans

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