5 Interesting Links for 01-31-2020

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Mental Health (Depression and Anxiety)

Myths abound for those suffering both anxiety and depression which can lead to difficulty getting treatment or support. Those myths or misunderstandings are tackled one by one here with responses from professionals and sufferers alike.

History (Interesting People)

A glimpse of early advertising history in the story of the boy who drew Mr. Peanut for the first time and what happened to him after winning the contest to create the Planters’ mascot.

Environment (Packaging)

A lovely solution to the packaging question for shampoo and other bath soaps.

Writing (Snacks)

Okay, maybe I should have called it sustenance, and this isn’t only for writers, but here are directions for creating your own coffee bean chocolate bars.

Human Physiology (Temperature)

Two separate studies, conducted in the United States and United Kingdom, have found evidence that the average human body temperature has dropped significantly over time. This is interesting, for sure, but there’s another reason I included this link. The article is a wonderful example of real science. It’s an exploration of a data variation with proposed theories instead of answers. It’s a starting point in the process.

When the Shoe Won't Fit by Margaret McGaffey Fisk
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