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Noun: Rabble (RAB-ul) Definition: 1. A disorganized or confused collection of things. 2. A disorganized or disorderly crowd of people: mob 3. The lowest class of people. Sample sentence: One of these days, I will sort out the rabble in my hall closet.

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It’s natural to have emotional ups and downs. What’s not natural – yet all too common in the modern world – is to feel persistently sad or anxious for no obvious reason. Here are a few tips to help you find and sustain the emotional balance that’s needed to navigate and enjoy life in this […]

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Verb: Abnegate (AB-nih-gayt) Definition: 1. Deny or renounce 2. Surrender or relinquish Sample sentence: The mayor ordered the city’s finance control board to abnegate its powers.

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New research suggests that many weight problems are all in the head, but not in the way you might suppose. Two studies published in the December 27, 2011 issue of the Journal of Clinical Investigation indicate that the poor dietary choices that have led to much of the obesity in the U.S. might damage brain […]

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Noun: Aubade (oh-BAHD) Definition: 1. A song or poem greeting the dawn. 2. A morning love song, or a song or poem about lovers parting at dawn. 3. Morning music. Sample sentence: The play opens with the heroine’s lover awakening her with a sweet aubade.

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After reviewing data gathered during a four-year study involving nearly 12,600 participants, researchers have reported a clear link between low levels of vitamin D and depression. A team from UT Southwestern Medical Center and the Cooper Institute found that higher levels of vitamin D were associated with a significantly decreased risk of depression, particularly among […]

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Noun: Mutt (MUT) Definition: 1. A stupid or insignificant person: fool. 2. A mongrel dog. Sample sentence: The best dog I ever had was no purebred, but a beautiful mutt.

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Even if you have a strong family history of heart disease, you may be able to change your personal risk with diet, a recent study suggests. An international team of researchers led by scientists at Canada’s McMaster and McGill universities have found that the expression of the gene that is the strongest marker for heart […]

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Adjective: Ludic (LOO-dik) Definition: Of, relating to, or characterized by play: playful. Sample sentence: The members of the acting troupe had become well-known for their ludic behavior, evidenced by the practical jokes they played on each other off-stage.

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Attempting to lose weight may be more complex than eating less and exercising more. A new study from Oregon found that some participants who had the most trouble dropping 10 pounds on a weight loss program were so stressed or depressed that they slept less than six hours or more than eight hours a night. […]

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