The primary outcome was time from randomisation to next bipolar episode, with planned moderator analysis of number of previous bipolar episodes and qualitative interview of participant experience. We did analysis by intention to treat. Attendance at psychoeducation groups was higher than at peer support groups (median 14 sessions [IQR three to 18] vs nine sessions […]

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{12} Since the 19th century, one of the important functions of museums is to display and reinforce nationalist narratives (Bennett, 1995), and nowhere is this mandate more pronounced than in Canada, where forging national unity is challenging, ongoing, and never a straight forward process. The contemporary narrative of Canada as a tolerant and inclusive nation […]

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Soon after the revocation of Article 370 in August, both Indian and Pakistani troops guarding the LoC had violated the ceasefire. More than one dozen houses were also damaged in the shelling in Gurez area in August. Last week also, Indian and Pakistani soldiers targetted each others pickets in Silikote area of Uri, forcing dozens […]

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Polarized sunglasses absorb the sun’s glare, which is reflected from flat surfaces. Trevor Kugler informs that while regular sunglasses minimize the intensity of light that enters the lenses, polarized sunglasses eliminate selective parts of the reflected light, reducing brightness. For example, polarized sun glasses can selectively eliminate the reflection of sunlight from the water’s surface. […]

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In this latter arena, Ramsey specifically, cites James Brown’s “Say It Loud (I Black and I Proud” (1968) as “emblematic of [that] era’s new expression of Black pride” (151). He further argues that Brown, as an artist, “stood at the crossroads between the Civil Rights and Black Power movements” and “between the celebration of black […]

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