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In China, they don't have mass shootings - the communist regime banned and confiscated all guns in private hands long ago. They only have mass shootings when done by the government. And when the government does it, it costs tens of thousands of lives. But the people are still far from safe the rest of the time. Mass stabbings are a thing! https://www.minds.com/newsfeed/1253755802613936128?referrer=SMetzeler
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If you avoid meat or know someone who avoids meat, then read this study! ---------------- Meat and mental health: a systematic review of meat abstention depression, anxiety, and related phenomena https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/10408398.2020.1741505 Conclusion The purpose of this review was to provide evidence to inform both clinical practice and future research. Overall, the scientific literature examining the relation between the consumption or avoidance of meat and psychological health varied substantially in both rigor and validity of interpretation. Higher quality studies suggested that those who abstained from meat consumption had a greater risk or prevalence of depression, anxiety, and self-harm. With respect to clinical practice, the avoidance of meat may be a behavioral marker that signifies poorer mental health. Study designs and/or a lack of rigor precluded inference of causal relations and none should be inferred. However, our study does not support avoiding meat consumption for overall psychological health benefits.
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In China, they don't have mass shootings - the communist regime banned and confiscated all guns in private hands long ago. They only have mass shootings when done by the government. And when the government does it, it costs tens of thousands of lives. But the people are still far from safe the rest of the time. Mass stabbings are a thing! https://www.minds.com/newsfeed/1253755802613936128?referrer=SMetzeler
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If you avoid meat or know someone who avoids meat, then read this study! ---------------- Meat and mental health: a systematic review of meat abstention depression, anxiety, and related phenomena https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/10408398.2020.1741505 Conclusion The purpose of this review was to provide evidence to inform both clinical practice and future research. Overall, the scientific literature examining the relation between the consumption or avoidance of meat and psychological health varied substantially in both rigor and validity of interpretation. Higher quality studies suggested that those who abstained from meat consumption had a greater risk or prevalence of depression, anxiety, and self-harm. With respect to clinical practice, the avoidance of meat may be a behavioral marker that signifies poorer mental health. Study designs and/or a lack of rigor precluded inference of causal relations and none should be inferred. However, our study does not support avoiding meat consumption for overall psychological health benefits.
187 views