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12 HOURS AGO - Huffington Post

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How To Beat A Bad Mood

By Jancee Dunn Sigh if this has happened to you: You're heading out the door, feeling reasonably upbeat -- your outfit is cute, the weather is sunny. And then, wham! Your husband asks, "Why do you look so tired?" You forgot your phone. Oops, it's dead. And now you're late. A rotten mood builds. Though you're aware of what's happening, ...

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FEB 27, 2015 - Washington Times

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CEO: Nonprofit hopes to continue New Mexico operations

SANTE FE, N.M. (AP) - An Arizona nonprofit says it will submit a 90-day notice to cease providing mental health services in southern New Mexico but is willing to continue those operations under certain conditions. Dan Ranieri of Tucson-based La Frontera told The Associated Press Friday its New Mexico division ...

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FEB 27, 2015 - Huffington Post

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Here's How NYC Says It's Saving 800 Lives A Year By Cleaning Up The Air

It’s been a cold winter in New York City, which means a lot of building owners are turning up the heat -- and pumping more pollutants into the city’s air. But the amount of black smoke billowing above the five boroughs is dramatically less than it was just four years ago. Since 2011, according to city figures, soot pollution in ...

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FEB 27, 2015 - Futurity

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Stress from bias differs among Latino teens

Stress related to discrimination has a more pronounced effect on the mental health of Latino teens born in the US to … Continued The post Stress from bias differs among Latino teens appeared first on Futurity.

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FEB 27, 2015 - Washington Times

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Nonprofit care provider reportedly plans to leave New Mexico

SANTE FE, N.M. (AP) - A nonprofit reportedly plans to stop providing mental health services in southern New Mexico. The Santa Fe New Mexican (http://goo.gl/2v9hCT ) reports that La Frontera New Mexico would be the second Arizona-based provider to give up on New Mexico after being brought in to replace ...

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