US Customs ‘Tender Age’ Shelter is a Nonsense and Nonscientific Term

“Separating children at such a young age is a huge risk factor as it caused attachment disruption,” Counselman Carpenter, Ph.D, LCSW says. “The long term mental health outcomes for young children abruptly taken from their parents can be quite significant.”

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Drug Researchers Find Brain Effects of MDMA Have Been Misread All Along

In recent years, scientists have renewed efforts to study the benefits of MDMA for treating post-traumatic stress disorder, as well as the possible risks associated with taking too much recreationally. Researchers have focused most closely on the way MDMA depletes the neurotransmitter serotonin in people’s brains, finding that heavy, frequent use can have long-term consequences on brain chemistry and physiology that are slow to heal.

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Quantum Computers Pose A Big Threat To Internet Security

If all the world had been water balloons, the guy with the Super Soaker would reign supreme. That’s essentially the situation with the arrival of quantum computers. They’re so powerful that it takes them mere hours to solve problems that would take modern computers years to work through. That means that the moment the first quantum computer turns on, encrypted data across the internet is pretty much up for grabs. That is unless we do something about it.

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