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( Streamlining Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Chronic Insomnia
Jan 18th 2024, 01:17

Source: ( Science Daily - Top HealthA combination of cognitive and behavioral strategies—ideally, delivered in person by a therapist—maximizes the benefits of cognitive behavioral therapy for insomnia (CBT-I), according to new research published in JAMA Psychiatry. CBT-I is a form of talk therapy that can be delivered in person or through self-help guides. By analyzing 241 studies involving over 30,000 adults, researchers identified the most beneficial components of CBT-I.


( Harsh Anti-Palestinian Rhetoric Central to South Africa's Genocide Case
Jan 18th 2024, 01:17

Source: ( ABC News - InternationalFighting "human animals." Making Gaza a "slaughterhouse." "Erasing the Gaza Strip from the face of the earth." Such harsh rhetoric is a key component of South Africa's case accusing Israel of genocide at the U.N. world court, a charge Israel denies. South Africa says comments by Israeli leaders, soldiers, and entertainers about Palestinians in Gaza after Hamas attacked Israel on October 7 is proof of Israel's intent to commit genocide.


( U.S. Air Quality Is Improving More in Wealthier Areas
Jan 18th 2024, 01:17

Source: ( United Press International - Health NewsAmerican incomes and ethnicity play a role in how clean the air is that they breathe, according to a new study published Wednesday in the journal Nature Communications. Overall, U.S. air pollution emissions have decreased substantially, but the magnitude of the change varies based on demographics, the study reported. Air pollution emissions have fallen more in wealthier areas, and less in areas with larger Hispanic or American Indian populations.


( YouTube Profiting From New Breed of Climate Denial, Report Says
Jan 18th 2024, 01:16

Source: ( U.S. News and World ReportYouTube is making millions of dollars a year from advertising on channels that make false claims about climate change because content creators are using new tactics that evade the social media platform's misinformation policies, according to a new report. Instead of classic climate denial, the new tactics focus on attacking climate solutions as unworkable, portraying global warming as harmless or beneficial, and casting doubt on climate science.


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