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BERKELEY'S NEWS • JANUARY 29, 2023

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Unlearning years of emotional repression was in no way easy, but it was healthier than the alternative path I had been wandering down the entire duration of my childhood.
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Unlearning years of emotional repression was in no way easy, but it was healthier than the alternative path I had been wandering down the entire duration of my childhood.
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Stigma surrounding addiction remains as strong as ever in the 21st century. The cultural bias against people suffering from this disease contributes to thousands of deaths every year.
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Stigma surrounding addiction remains as strong as ever in the 21st century. The cultural bias against people suffering from this disease contributes to thousands of deaths every year.
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Sleep, a necessary human function, has snuck its way into our popular media and culture, but we still believe in many falsehoods and myths about it.
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Sleep, a necessary human function, has snuck its way into our popular media and culture, but we still believe in many falsehoods and myths about it.
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Initially, this was supposed to document my mediation journey, but I quickly realized that it is most important to set time aside to focus on yourself.
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Initially, this was supposed to document my mediation journey, but I quickly realized that it is most important to set time aside to focus on yourself.
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Semantic satiation is a linguistic oddity, and the lack of a solution makes it even more so. Let's delve into the psychological explanation behind it.
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Semantic satiation is a linguistic oddity, and the lack of a solution makes it even more so. Let's delve into the psychological explanation behind it.
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Caffeine is in almost everyone's life. In celebration of National Espresso Day, here is the Clog's scientific breakdown of how coffee works in the body.
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Caffeine is in almost everyone's life. In celebration of National Espresso Day, here is the Clog's scientific breakdown of how coffee works in the body.
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The campus’s Isacoff Lab has been granted about $21 million in funding from the Defense Advanced Research Project Agency for research into neural implants.
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The campus’s Isacoff Lab has been granted about $21 million in funding from the Defense Advanced Research Project Agency for research into neural implants.
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