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  • Other grief researchers ventured out on a diagnostic limb with Didion: “She describes elements that lead me to wonder if she is at risk for what we call Prolonged Grief Disorder, the biggest predictor of it being dependency on the deceased for a sense of role in life or identity,” said researcher Holly Prigerson, who co-authored the study on Kübler-Ross’s stages published in JAMA in 2007.

    The Truth About Grief

  • CARLISLE UTD NEWS: Man City's Clayton lined-up for recall Prolonged freeze triggers cold weather payments to people on benefits

    Whitehaven News headlines

  • The dominant grief culture in America today asserts that it’s perfectly normal to get mired in a long and protracted reaction, when in fact this happens to only a small minority whose debilitating symptoms last considerably longer than six months and who might be suffering from a syndrome clinicians are now starting to call Prolonged Grief Disorder.

    The Truth About Grief

  • Roubini Sees 40% Chance Of Double-Dip; Volcker Predicts 'Prolonged' Unemployment

    CNN.com

  • NEW Video-Cast: 'Prolonged' Snow Event Just Starting Snow Dragon Eats 30 Tons Of Snow Per Hour

    KCCI.com - Local News

  • The Fed Cuts Rates To One Percent To Avert "Prolonged" Recession

    SocketSite™

  • "Prolonged periods of physical inactivity could be one of the hidden mechanisms that link arterial disease and venous disease," said James Douketis, director of vascular medicine at McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario in Canada.

    Sedentary lifestyle can lead to pulmonary embolism, study finds

  • Prolonged illness's "deadliest trap," Roth writes, is "the contortion of one's character."

    The Way We Ail Now

  • Prolonged periods of time in Mexico are filled with days long and short.

    Good morning, Melaque: one day in a small Mexico beach town

  • Prolonged periods of stress can cause permanent damage to the cardiovascular system.

    Norman E. Rosenthal, M.D.: Meditation and Stress Relief

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