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References for “Learning how to say ‘I’m sorry’ ”

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References for “The hazards of hookah”

Maziak W, et al. "Interventions for Waterpipe Smoking Cessation," Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews (2007), Issue 4, Art. No. CD005549. Neergaard J, et al. "Waterpipe Smoking and Nicotine Exposure: A Review of the Current Evidence," Nicotine and Tobacco Research (Oct. 2007), Vol. 9, No. 10, pp. 987–94. Shihadeh A, et al. "Towards a Topographical Model of Narghile Water-Pipe Cafe Smoking: A Pilot Study in a High Socioeconomic Status Neighborhood of Beirut, Lebanon," Pharmacology, Biochemistry and Behavior (Sept. 2004), Vol. 79, No. 1, pp. 75–82. (Locked) More »

The hazards of hookah

Although hookah or waterpipe smoking is thought to be less addictive than cigarettes, waterpipes are typically smoked for sustained periods and the smoke is inhaled more often, so smokers are still exposed to nicotine and other toxins. (Locked) More »

Learning how to say "I'm sorry"

A sincere and effective apology acknowledges the wrong and takes responsibility for it without making excuses. A genuine apology can be an important first step toward rebuilding a personal or professional relationship. (Locked) More »

Hypnosis as mental health therapy

Although not always regarded seriously, hypnosis can be an effective treatment for pain or anxiety. Certain other conditions may lend themselves to treatment with hypnosis, but the results are less certain. (Locked) More »