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July 2017
By Carli Franks After a very long break from marathon running (I’ve run 4 full marathons and 3 half marathons, but none in the last 5 years!), I decided that it was about time to get back on the horse (or, trails?) this year, and I wanted to make a big splash with a landmark...
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Exploring the Spectrum of Brain Functionality The word “neurodiversity” was first used in the late 1990’s by autism rights advocate Judy Singer and New York journalist Harvey Blume to align with the wishes of individuals who did not want to be defined by a disability label but instead, based on their neurological differences. Since that...
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