Exploring Health Behaviors in Ugandan Adolescents Living in Rural Fishing Communities (2020)

Tom D. Ngabirano, MS, RN, Melissa A. Saftner, PhD, CNM, FACNM, Barbara J. McMorris, PhD First Published August 6, 2020 Research Article  https://doi.org/10.1177/1059840520947142 Article information  Abstract Adolescents in rural Uganda face unique opportunities and challenges to their health. The primary goal of this exploratory cross-sectional survey study was to describe the health behaviors of adolescents […]

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Pornography and Purpose in Life: A Moderated Mediation Analysis (2020)

Doctor of Philosophy in Counselor Education and Supervision (PhD) Keywords – Addiction, Meaning, Pornography, Purpose, Religiosity, Frankl Counseling | Social and Behavioral SciencesRecommended Citation Evans, Cynthia Marie, “Pornography and Purpose in Life: A Moderated Mediation Analysis” (2020). Doctoral Dissertations and Projects. 2423. https://digitalcommons.liberty.edu/doctoral/2423 Abstract Extensive research has examined the relationship between pornography use, religiosity, and […]

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Care about the earth? Quit online porn!

23rd July 2019 Latest News Porn drives climate change. World-wide watching pornography accounts for 0.2% of all green house gas emissions. That may not sound like much, but this is equal to 80 million tons of carbon dioxide every year, or as much as emitted by all the households in France. In July 2019 a […]

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Pornography and divorce (2011)

Daines, Robert M., and Tyler Shumway. 7th annual conference on empirical legal studies paper. 2011. Abstract We test whether pornography causes divorce. Using state-level panel data on the divorce rate and sales of Playboy magazine, we document a strong cross-sectional and time-series relation between lagged sales of Playboy and the divorce rate. The simple correlation […]

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My relationships with everyone around me have taken a turn for the best.

This journey have netted me all sorts of benefits, but the one most substantial to me, is that my relationships with everyone around me have taken a turn for the best. I’ve always appreciated my friends, but something happened during the 90 days. I’m genuinely enjoying spending time with people, instead of wasting my time […]

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Secondary Immunodeficiency Due to Gaming Disorder (2018)

Chen, E., C. Smigiel, L. Banka, M. Li, L. Scott, and K. Kwong.  Annals of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology 121, no. 5 (2018): S100. Introduction Gaming disorder is a new ICD-11 diagnosis wherein obsessive video-gaming results in an interference of daily activities, which can lead to downstream health effects such as cachexia and malnutrition. We […]

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Voluntary wheel running promotes resilience to chronic social defeat stress in mice: a role for nucleus accumbens DeltaFosB (2018)

Neuropsychopharmacology. 2018 May 24. doi: 10.1038/s41386-018-0103-z. Mul JD1,2,3, Soto M4, Cahill ME5, Ryan RE4, Takahashi H4, So K4, Zheng J4, Croote DE4, Hirshman MF4, la Fleur SE6,7, Nestler EJ5, Goodyear LJ4,8. Abstract Elucidating mechanisms by which physical exercise promotes resilience, the brain’s ability to cope with prolonged stress exposure while maintaining normal psychological functioning, is […]

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