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Double dippers are everywhere — summer barbeques, family reunions, Super Bowl parties — anywhere chips and dip are a staple. These are the people who take a bite and dip their chips a second time when they think no one is looking. Researchers carefully analyzed bacterial contamination before and after a person double dips. Here’s what they found.
Many people with anxiety disorders have trouble sleeping. That's a problem. Too little sleep affects mood, contributing to irritability and sometimes depression. Vital functions occur during different stages of sleep that leave you feeling rested and energized or help you learn and forge memories. Sleep usually improves when an anxiety disorder is treated. Practicing good "sleep hygiene" helps, too. Here are some steps to take.
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