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Apps That Tell You To Walk 10,000 Steps A Day Could Be Doing More Harm Than Good

Step counter apps could be doing harm by driving people to chase over-ambitious goals, a leading computer scientist has claimed.

Dr Greg Hager, from Johns Hopkins University in the US, maintains ‘very few’ of the estimated 165,000 available healthcare apps are based on scientific evidence. 315 more words

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I harm because...

This is the first time that i have every put anything like this out in the world.  I have only recently admitted to my self that I might have a problem.   115 more words

Anxiety and God: How Do They Fit?

Anxiety is a thing that nobody wants to experience, yet soooo many do. It is like a viral infection, it spreads so rapidly. It is that voice that tells you ‘I can not do it’, ‘I am not good enough’, ‘I am just not worth it’; it happens but can I ever let it go? 607 more words

Restraint.

Tie-up your confused, vulnerable, fallers.

That is a quick and easy way to save yourself trouble.

It’s unethical, but it gets results.

Target achievement is a fundamental at the heart of this. 381 more words

Humanism

I'm not violent just scared.

I dont think ive ever been violent, if i have it wasn’t on purpose. But yesterday in my meeting with my CPN i think she felt threatened by me, and now she is off work. 180 more words

Mental Health

NEW YORK CITY: Neo-Nazi Gang Attacks Brothers After Noticing "Anti-Fascist" Sticker On Their Cell Phone - Joe.My.God.

This is what tRumps administration has emboldened.  Thugs and white supremacists who brazenly attack anyone who doesn’t support them.  This country is being terrorized, by white power , white nationalist, white supremacists, white fascist.    36 more words

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Anaesthetising the Pain: Prison chaos and the enormous demand for drugs

David Scott, The Open University

Source: @prison.uk

The revelations from Panorama (BBC, 8.30pm 13th February, 2017) on HMP Northumberland have put the problems of drug taking in prisons firmly into the spotlight.  675 more words