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Living with autism

I cannot read body language. I can’t tell if I’m speaking too much, or if I’ve said or done something offensive. I speak obsessively to someone about things that interest me without realizing that they don’t care. I can’t flirt, and I don’t know when I’m being flirted with. This is what it’s like to live with HFASD.

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Carbon tax blues

author: nick giokas – contributor  The Trudeau government’s proposed Carbon Pricing Plan is, simply put, absolutely god-awful. While I’m happy that the Trudeau government is following through on its commitment to tackle climate change, their Carbon Pricing Plan is just another example of the Liberals failing to translate solid ideas into sound policy. What Trudeau is proposing is a flat tax on carbon emissions with the tax rate rising from $10/tonne in 2018 to $50/tonne by 2022. ...

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The lowdown on HPV

Women’s health is a whirlwind of tests and false information. From mammograms, to PAP tests, to STI tests, women’s health feels like a constant barrage of test, stress and confusion. There is not enough information out there, especially about PAP tests.

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Debate fallout

It's not even my election, and I am more than ready for November to come, and then promptly leave. Trump's interruption-filled attempt at a debate with Hillary Clinton served as another reminder that the American public is cursed no matter who ends up being elected.

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