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The body mass index was invented in the 1830s by a Belgian researcher looking to create a simple and easy way to size up the health of a large group of people based on two easy-to-attain measurements. It was never meant to be used on individuals. When it is, problems arise

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your tummy incredibly simple, that figure is also strongly linked to your risk of developing diseases like diabetes, your chances of suffering a heart attack, and your overall risk of death from any cause. Why BMI is not a good measure <span>The body mass index was invented in the 1830s by a Belgian researcher looking to create a simple and easy way to size up the health of a large group of people based on two easy-to-attain measurements. It was never meant to be used on individuals. When it is, problems arise. Advertisement BMI doesn't take take into account your body fat or muscle composition, which means that it'll give wildly incorrect feedback based solely on things like gender or life




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>The body mass index was invented in the 1830s by a Belgian researcher looking to create a simple and easy way to size up the health of a large group of people based on two easy-to-attain measurements. It was never meant to be used on individuals. When it is, problems arise <span><body><html>

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your tummy incredibly simple, that figure is also strongly linked to your risk of developing diseases like diabetes, your chances of suffering a heart attack, and your overall risk of death from any cause. Why BMI is not a good measure <span>The body mass index was invented in the 1830s by a Belgian researcher looking to create a simple and easy way to size up the health of a large group of people based on two easy-to-attain measurements. It was never meant to be used on individuals. When it is, problems arise. Advertisement BMI doesn't take take into account your body fat or muscle composition, which means that it'll give wildly incorrect feedback based solely on things like gender or life







Some work in this arena has been done, and to great effect. Kelly Posner at Columbia University helped establish the Columbia-Suicide Severity Rating Scale , a series of questions that can be asked of anyone and has proven remarkably effective in preventing suicide and helping to treat depression

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arch seems to suggest that there is low metabolic activity in the area, with low oxygen rates and glucose. IsHak cautioned the research is early and that what we know about Brodmann Area 25 can hardly be used for prediction. But it’s a start. <span>Some work in this arena has been done, and to great effect. Kelly Posner at Columbia University helped establish the Columbia-Suicide Severity Rating Scale, a series of questions that can be asked of anyone and has proven remarkably effective in preventing suicide and helping to treat depression. But it’s not enough. Perhaps the biggest obstacle towards treating suicide as the public health issue it is is the fact that there is no federally funded program, particularly focused




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Some work in this arena has been done, and to great effect. Kelly Posner at Columbia University helped establish the [...] , a series of questions that can be asked of anyone and has proven remarkably effective in preventing suicide and helping to treat depression


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Some work in this arena has been done, and to great effect. Kelly Posner at Columbia University helped establish the Columbia-Suicide Severity Rating Scale , a series of questions that can be asked of anyone and has proven remarkably effective in preventing suicide and helping to treat depression

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arch seems to suggest that there is low metabolic activity in the area, with low oxygen rates and glucose. IsHak cautioned the research is early and that what we know about Brodmann Area 25 can hardly be used for prediction. But it’s a start. <span>Some work in this arena has been done, and to great effect. Kelly Posner at Columbia University helped establish the Columbia-Suicide Severity Rating Scale, a series of questions that can be asked of anyone and has proven remarkably effective in preventing suicide and helping to treat depression. But it’s not enough. Perhaps the biggest obstacle towards treating suicide as the public health issue it is is the fact that there is no federally funded program, particularly focused







. On the 100th anniversary of the publication of Anne of Green Gables , Montgomery's granddaughter Kate Macdonald Butler wrote an essay in the Globe and Mail revealing that Montgomery's family believed that she had died by suicide .

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ress Katie Kerr portrayed Anne in the 2014 musical staged at the Confederation Centre of the Arts in Charlottetown. (Nathan Rochford/Canadian Press) 46. The first Anne of Green Gables translation was into Swedish. It was published in 1909. 47<span>. On the 100th anniversary of the publication of Anne of Green Gables, Montgomery's granddaughter Kate Macdonald Butler wrote an essay in the Globe and Mail revealing that Montgomery's family believed that she had died by suicide. 48. Macdonald Butler said she decided to share the family secret to help reduce the stigma on mental health issues. Montgomery suffered from depression throughout her life. Her husband




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ress Katie Kerr portrayed Anne in the 2014 musical staged at the Confederation Centre of the Arts in Charlottetown. (Nathan Rochford/Canadian Press) 46. The first Anne of Green Gables translation was into Swedish. It was published in 1909. 47<span>. On the 100th anniversary of the publication of Anne of Green Gables, Montgomery's granddaughter Kate Macdonald Butler wrote an essay in the Globe and Mail revealing that Montgomery's family believed that she had died by suicide. 48. Macdonald Butler said she decided to share the family secret to help reduce the stigma on mental health issues. Montgomery suffered from depression throughout her life. Her husband







The first alliance of its kind, it was notable for its key feature: the western power, Venice, would provide its eastern partner with military equipment. That program has set the style of relations down to our own times

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Understanding Iran: Everything You Need to Know, From Persia to the Islamic Republic, From Cyrus to Khamenei
as the latest incarnation of Prester John. Overlooking the fact that he also was a Muslim, the then superpower of the Mediterranean, Venice, sent the first diplomatic mis- sion to the East and shrewdly formed an alliance with him in 1464. <span>The first alliance of its kind, it was notable for its key feature: the western power, Venice, would provide its eastern partner with military equipment. That program has set the style of relations down to our own times. The Venentians carried it out with great skill. Caterino Zeno, the ambassador they dispatched to Tabriz, the Turkmen capital of what the Venetians saw as “Persia,” knew the country,




The protests continued to intensify in 1967, as the number of American troops in Vietnam peaked at 450,000. A Catholic priest named Philip Berrigan made his point about the war by pouring blood (mostly from ducks, some of his own) on draft records in a Selective Service office in Baltimore. One activist confronted Johnson with a sign that read: “LBJ, Pull Out Like Your Father Should Have Done!” Student protesters would taunt the president by chanting “Hey, hey, LBJ how many kids did you kill today?”

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Protesters Today Are Mirroring 1960s Anti-War Activists - The Atlantic
esters held up signs that said: “Students Can’t Abide McNamara’s Genocide!” By April, McNamara and other Cabinet officials were cutting down on their public appearances because these kinds of clashes had become so common. <span>The protests continued to intensify in 1967, as the number of American troops in Vietnam peaked at 450,000. A Catholic priest named Philip Berrigan made his point about the war by pouring blood (mostly from ducks, some of his own) on draft records in a Selective Service office in Baltimore. One activist confronted Johnson with a sign that read: “LBJ, Pull Out Like Your Father Should Have Done!” Student protesters would taunt the president by chanting “Hey, hey, LBJ how many kids did you kill today?” When Democrats convened at their party convention in Chicago in August 1968, thousands of protesters gathered in Grant Park to make their voices heard by party leaders and Vice Presiden




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The protests continued to intensify in 1967, as the number of American troops in Vietnam peaked at 450,000. A Catholic priest named Philip Berrigan made his point about the war by pouring blood (mostly from ducks, some of his own) on draft records in a Selective Service office in Baltimore. One activist confronted Johnson with a sign that read: “LBJ, Pull Out Like Your Father Should Have Done!” Student protesters would taunt the president by chanting “Hey, hey, LBJ [...]
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how many kids did you kill today?”


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wn) on draft records in a Selective Service office in Baltimore. One activist confronted Johnson with a sign that read: “LBJ, Pull Out Like Your Father Should Have Done!” Student protesters would taunt the president by chanting “Hey, hey, LBJ <span>how many kids did you kill today?” <span><body><html>

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Protesters Today Are Mirroring 1960s Anti-War Activists - The Atlantic
esters held up signs that said: “Students Can’t Abide McNamara’s Genocide!” By April, McNamara and other Cabinet officials were cutting down on their public appearances because these kinds of clashes had become so common. <span>The protests continued to intensify in 1967, as the number of American troops in Vietnam peaked at 450,000. A Catholic priest named Philip Berrigan made his point about the war by pouring blood (mostly from ducks, some of his own) on draft records in a Selective Service office in Baltimore. One activist confronted Johnson with a sign that read: “LBJ, Pull Out Like Your Father Should Have Done!” Student protesters would taunt the president by chanting “Hey, hey, LBJ how many kids did you kill today?” When Democrats convened at their party convention in Chicago in August 1968, thousands of protesters gathered in Grant Park to make their voices heard by party leaders and Vice Presiden







At times, these confrontational protests verged over into overt violence. Some members of a group that was an outgrowth of the Students for a Democratic Society, the Weathermen, turned to outright violence to make their opposition known. Some engaged in bombings of university and government buildings that were meant to provoke but caused immense physical destruction. Three members of the Weathermen were killed on March 6, 1970, in New York City while building a bomb.

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Protesters Today Are Mirroring 1960s Anti-War Activists - The Atlantic
r jobs. Having obtained advance knowledge of the plan, the Nixon administration, with the help of the National Guard as well as Army and Marine troops, was able to crack down on the protests before they had much effect. <span>At times, these confrontational protests verged over into overt violence. Some members of a group that was an outgrowth of the Students for a Democratic Society, the Weathermen, turned to outright violence to make their opposition known. Some engaged in bombings of university and government buildings that were meant to provoke but caused immense physical destruction. Three members of the Weathermen were killed on March 6, 1970, in New York City while building a bomb. Nor was it easy for the protesters to control the direction of politics. Even as the anti-war movement succeeded in spreading opposition to the war and dramatizing the extent of opposit




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At times, these confrontational protests verged over into overt violence. Some members of a group that was an outgrowth of the Students for a Democratic Society, the [...], turned to outright violence to make their opposition known. Some engaged in bombings of university and government buildings that were meant to provoke but caused immense physical destruction. Three members of the Weathermen were killed on March 6, 1970, in New York City while building a bomb.
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At times, these confrontational protests verged over into overt violence. Some members of a group that was an outgrowth of the Students for a Democratic Society, the Weathermen, turned to outright violence to make their opposition known. Some engaged in bombings of university and government buildings that were meant to provoke but caused immense physical destr

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r jobs. Having obtained advance knowledge of the plan, the Nixon administration, with the help of the National Guard as well as Army and Marine troops, was able to crack down on the protests before they had much effect. <span>At times, these confrontational protests verged over into overt violence. Some members of a group that was an outgrowth of the Students for a Democratic Society, the Weathermen, turned to outright violence to make their opposition known. Some engaged in bombings of university and government buildings that were meant to provoke but caused immense physical destruction. Three members of the Weathermen were killed on March 6, 1970, in New York City while building a bomb. Nor was it easy for the protesters to control the direction of politics. Even as the anti-war movement succeeded in spreading opposition to the war and dramatizing the extent of opposit







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At times, these confrontational protests verged over into overt violence. Some members of a group that was an outgrowth of the Students for a Democratic Society, the Weathermen, turned to outright violence to make their opposition known. Some engaged in bombings of university and government buildings that were meant to provoke but caused immense physical destruction. Three members of the Weathermen were [...]n March 6, 1970, in New York City while building a bomb.
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e Weathermen, turned to outright violence to make their opposition known. Some engaged in bombings of university and government buildings that were meant to provoke but caused immense physical destruction. Three members of the Weathermen were <span>killed on March 6, 1970, in New York City while building a bomb. <span><body><html>

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Protesters Today Are Mirroring 1960s Anti-War Activists - The Atlantic
r jobs. Having obtained advance knowledge of the plan, the Nixon administration, with the help of the National Guard as well as Army and Marine troops, was able to crack down on the protests before they had much effect. <span>At times, these confrontational protests verged over into overt violence. Some members of a group that was an outgrowth of the Students for a Democratic Society, the Weathermen, turned to outright violence to make their opposition known. Some engaged in bombings of university and government buildings that were meant to provoke but caused immense physical destruction. Three members of the Weathermen were killed on March 6, 1970, in New York City while building a bomb. Nor was it easy for the protesters to control the direction of politics. Even as the anti-war movement succeeded in spreading opposition to the war and dramatizing the extent of opposit







Last week, Kelly Marie Tran, who played mechanic-turned-resistance fighter Rose Tico in Star Wars: The Last Jedi, wiped her Instagram account clear.

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A Message To The Men Harassing 'Star Wars' Actor Kelly Marie Tran
en Harassing Kelly Marie Tran Tran’s Instagram bio read: “Afraid but doing it anyway.” It is heartbreaking that she was absolutely right to be afraid. by Sharona Lin 14 June 2018 488 Shares <span>Last week, Kelly Marie Tran, who played mechanic-turned-resistance fighter Rose Tico in Star Wars: The Last Jedi, wiped her Instagram account clear. While Tran hasn’t spoken publicly about this yet, most believe it has something to do with the vile harassment she received from certain corners of the internet for daring to be in Star




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Last week, [...] who played mechanic-turned-resistance fighter Rose Tico in Star Wars: The Last Jedi, wiped her Instagram account clear.
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Last week, Kelly Marie Tran, who played mechanic-turned-resistance fighter Rose Tico in Star Wars: The Last Jedi, wiped her Instagram account clear.

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en Harassing Kelly Marie Tran Tran’s Instagram bio read: “Afraid but doing it anyway.” It is heartbreaking that she was absolutely right to be afraid. by Sharona Lin 14 June 2018 488 Shares <span>Last week, Kelly Marie Tran, who played mechanic-turned-resistance fighter Rose Tico in Star Wars: The Last Jedi, wiped her Instagram account clear. While Tran hasn’t spoken publicly about this yet, most believe it has something to do with the vile harassment she received from certain corners of the internet for daring to be in Star







#a-fe-explicada #leo-trese #teologia
Para nós, a eternidade não será “uma temporada muito longa” . A sucessão de momentos que experimentaremos no céu — o tipo de duração que os teólogos chamam aevum — não serão ciclos cro- nometráveis em horas e minutos. Não haverá sentimento de “espera” , nem sensação de monotonia, nem expectativa do amanhã. Para nós, o “agora” será a única coisa que contará. Nisto consiste a maravilha do céu: em que nunca acaba. Esta remos absortos na posse do maior Amor que existe, diante do qual 0 mais ardente dos amores humanos é uma pálida sombra. E o nosso êxtase não será perturbado pelo pensamento de que um dia terá que acabar, como ocorre com todas as felicidades terrenas.

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#a-fe-explicada #leo-trese #teologia
Deus não pode elevar à plenitude o que nem sequer existe. Se não há um princípio de amor de Deus em nosso coração, aqui, na terra, não pode haver a fruição do amor na eternidade. Para isso nos colocou Deus na terra, para que, amando-o, estabeleçamos os alicerces necessários para a nossa felicidade no céu.

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#a-fe-explicada #leo-trese #teologia
São parte do nosso esforço por conhecê-lo me lhor, para que nosso amor por Ele possa crescer, desenvolver-se e conservar-se.

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#a-fe-explicada #leo-trese #teologia
Com esse livre arbítrio que Deus nos deu, temos que lavrar o nosso destino até o seu finai — até a felicidade eterna, se a escolhermos como meta e se quiser mos aceitar e utilizar o auxílio da graça divina —, mas livres até o fim. O mal é idéia do homem, não de Deus. E se o inocente e o justo têm que sofrer a maldade dos maus, sua recompensa no final será maior. Seus sofrimentos e lágrimas nada serão em comparação com o gozo vindouro. E, no entretanto, Deus guarda sempre os que o guardam em seu coração,

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