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  • Hangry
    Hangry? Science explains hunger related aggression
    Ever been ‘hangry’ (so hungry, you get angry over trivial things)? If so, there’s a scientific reason for why you find everything unbearable when your stomach is bare. A recent study published in the Proceedings of the National...
  • Study finds statins make women aggressive but not men
    Study finds statins make women aggressive but not men
    The statin drugs that have been used for decades to lower cholesterol levels have had inconclusive research that correlated the use of statins with aggression or death. Dr. Beatrice A. Golomb and colleagues from the University of California at San...
  • Handguns
    Millions of U.S. kids exposed to weapons violence
    A new study found that more than one in four American kids is exposed to weapon-related violence before their eighteenth birthday. The research findings, published online in the June 8 journal Pediatrics, showed that exposure to guns and knives ...
  • Jim Babka and Perry Willis
    Interview: Zero Aggression Project takes the moral high ground
    The Zero Aggression Project, a libertarian education and recruitment organization, officially launched today with version 3.0, a newly restructured website that features new content, upgraded software and a major shift in emphasis described as ...
  • Window Jake
    Agression and adopted dogs
    If you read dog blogs (got ya there) you’ve no doubt read about all the “irresponsible” people who “discard” their dogs. And yes, there are some people like that. But between working the admissions desk and what...
  • Mayo Clinic ties aggression chemically to hunger
    Mayo Clinic ties aggression chemically to hunger
    Aggressive behavior toward other people has become a growing concern based on media coverage of police shootings and sport star’s behavior. Stephen Brimijoin from the Ottawa Hospital Research Institute in Ottawa, Canada and colleagues from...
  • Pet-induced aggression, and how you can change it
    Petting-induced aggression: What it is, and how to handle it
    You love to pet your cat, but after a few minutes, she runs off, or worse, she turns and bites you. Why is that? Doesn't she know that you're just showing her you love her? She probably does know that on some level, but reaches a limit...
  • Kathie Glass campaign bus
    Newsweek features Kathie Glass in this week's edition
    Posted on October 2 Newsweek featured Kathie Glass, the Libertarian candidate for governor, in an article about the ebola case in Dallas, Texas and included an oversized photo of her big yellow "Texas 254 Tour" bus with her photo painted...
  • Persephoneia
    Women & Instinctual Aggression
    My tongue will tell the anger of my heart,Or else my heart concealing it will break, -- Katharina from Taming of the Shrew / ShakespeareLibidinal aggression is the driving force behind the formation of the self and the quest for power. It is also...
  • Conflict
    Taking the person out of conflicts
    No other issue is talked about more, yet dealt with less importantly in the area of Marriage and Family Counseling, than personal conflict and its subsequent association of personal conflict resolution.Not one day goes by that someone doesn't...
  • Cat bites can be dangerous, but you can teach your cat not to bite
    Cat bites: The danger they pose, and how to handle them
    Cat bites, even small ones, can be dangerous if they aren't properly cared for. Cats' teeth are so sharp that they can create deep puncture wounds fairly easily, making them a bit more dangerous than scratches. This is especially true when...
  • Sticks and Stones
    The 'Primary Shortcoming' of the Non-Aggression Principle is a shortcoming
    Adam Knott's article at liberty.me purports to see a primary shortcoming for the non-aggression principle."Many libertarians, Knott begins, "define their libertarian philosophy in terms of the nonaggression principle," aka ZAP...
  • Aggression in Hockey Players
    Adolescent Stress May Cause Adult Anxiety and Aggression
    New research out of Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory has determined that early-life stress may cause anxiety and aggression in adults. Children and adolescents who have experienced what they may consider to be a hostile environment continue to feel...
  • Jackson Galaxy weighs in on the Portland 'attack cat'
    Animal behaviorist Jackson Galaxy speaks about Lux, Portland's 'attack cat'
    In the 48 hours since the story of the family that called the police on their cat first broke, hundreds of thousands of people have heard about it, shared it, and given their opinions on it. Now, famous animal behaviorist Jackson Galaxy has...
  • Red sunrise shrieks of Halloween season
    Mars and motivation - the red hot planet burns a blazing trail
    This story is created and written by Carol Gibson and is submitted to Examiner.com. If you see this article anywhere else, it has been stolen.The very fast moving planet, Mars, is quite close to earth. Mars’ revolves on its axis at a similar...
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