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2013-07-19 14:40:18

As a class, people who don't drink at all have a higher mortality risk than light drinkers. But nondrinkers are a diverse bunch, and the reasons people have for abstaining affects their individual mortality risk, in some cases lowering it on par with the risk for light drinkers, according to a University of Colorado study. Multiple studies have shown that the likelihood of dying for people who drink increases as they consume more alcohol. Those same studies have shown that a person's...

2012-01-20 08:00:00

Dr. Richard Rogers, Licensed Psychologist, owner of Rogers Therapy, PLLC and his associate, Ms. Beth Vagle, ADHD Coach provide tailored psychotherapy, substance abuse treatment, and ADHD Coaching to adolescents and adults. With the launching of their new blog, Network, they now also provide a form for therapists and coaches to discuss relevant and timely practice development strategies, multiple treatment modalities, and other areas of interest to today´s private practitioner. Denver, Co...

2011-08-05 22:39:11

Confusion about Constitutional rights can lead to self-incrimination, psychologist reports Movies and TV shows often depict crime with a police officer handcuffing a suspect and warning him that he has the right to remain silent. While those warnings may appear clear-cut, almost 1 million criminal cases may be compromised each year in the United States because suspects don't understand their constitutional rights, according to research presented at the 119th Annual Convention of the American...

2010-10-28 09:00:00

LUTZ, Fla., Oct. 28 /PRNewswire/ -- Psychologists can now assess deliberate distortions of symptoms and assess feigning with two new psychological tests. The Structured Interview of Reported Symptoms, 2nd Edition (SIRS-2) by Richard Rogers, PhD, ABPP effectively detects feigning in forensic settings. The SIRS-2 was developed to assess deliberate distortions in the self-report of symptoms. Each scale produces useful information on how a particular client may distort or fabricate his or her...

2009-07-07 09:00:00

NEW YORK, July 7 /PRNewswire/ -- With a focus on farm-to-table dining and European restaurant design trends, the program "Appetite for Design" has been announced by Trespa International. The weeklong event, to be held September 21-27 at the Trespa Design Centre in New York City's Soho neighborhood, promises to be a thought-provoking look at new developments in restaurant concepts and interiors, according to Trespa. The event will showcase two major restaurant designs in London and San...

2007-11-02 09:00:40

By Rowena Coetsee Youngsters at Antioch's Carmen Dragon Elementary School didn't get a full week's worth of classes recently because there weren't enough substitute teachers to go around. Regular instructors had to step in for half a dozen colleagues who either were ill or attending training, which meant they couldn't teach their own classes. "It's a hardship," said Principal Didi Del Chiaro, noting that the district's elementary schools typically turn to their physical education,...

2006-04-24 07:21:57

By Julia Hayley MADRID, Spain (Reuters) - Spanish architecture is riding a wave of international success, driven by generous public spending on new buildings and a willingness to break with the past and experiment with daring new forms and structures. Eye-catching buildings are popping up all over the country, from a multicolored phallic tower that has transformed the Barcelona skyline to a spacecraft-like hotel in the northern Rioja wine region. "If you had to choose a nation that...

2006-03-09 19:09:26

NEW YORK (Reuters) - New York political leaders and an umbrella group of Jewish organizations on Thursday gave up their opposition to using British architect Richard Rogers for the $1.7 billion expansion of the Jacob Javits Convention Center in Manhattan. Rogers came under fire last month for his involvement with a recently created organization of British architects -- Architects and Planners for Justice in Palestine -- that had supported an economic boycott of Israel. Controversy...


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This word comes from the Latin 'coenobium,' convent, which comes from the Greek 'koinobios,' living in community.
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