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Opinion | Individuals with borderline personality disorder are not who you might think

Opinion | Individuals with borderline personality disorder are not who you might think

By Breanna Jones, For The Pitt News September 17, 2021
Many believe that the term “borderline” refers to split personalities or a line between insanity and sanity, which is extremely false.
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Xanax: an unforseen danger in college

By Tim Murdoch | For The Pitt News May 30, 2017

Its thunderous footsteps can be heard the instant it decides to return from the kitchen. Approaching the worn leather couch, it loses its balance. Flailing for a moment, then collecting itself, it manages...

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College magnifies eating disorders, learn to see the signs

By Elise Lavallee, Columnist May 30, 2017

$0.93. That’s the value of all the research done per person on eating disorders in 2011, compared to the $44 per individual on autism or $81 per person on schizophrenia. Yet the Academy for Eating...

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