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Cyberspace Crime Can Happen To You If You Are Not Careful

Cyberspace Crime is Closer To You Than You Think

The world is a dangerous place. Muggers are poised to jump you if you walk down the wrong darkened alley, con artists are scheming to relieve you of your retirement fund, and co-workers are out to ruin your career. Organized crime syndicates are spreading corruption, drugs, and fear with the efficiency of Fortune 500 companies. There are crazed terrorists, nutty dictators, and uncontrollable remnants of former superpowers with more firepower than sense. And if you believe the newspapers at your supermarket’s checkout counter, there are monsters in the wilderness, creepy hands from beyond the grave, and evil space aliens carrying Elvis’s babies. Sometimes it’s amazing that we’ve survived this long, let alone built a society stable enough to have these discussions.

The world is also a safe place. While the dangers in the industrialized world are real, they are the exceptions. This can sometimes be hard to remember in our sensationalist age – newspapers sell better with the headline “Three Shot Dead in Random Act of Violence” than “Two Hundred and Seventy Million Indians have Uneventful Day”- but it is true. Almost everyone walks the streets every day without getting mugged. …

Major Depressive Disorder And Social Security Disability

Major Depressive Disorder And Social Security Disability

Often described as uncontrollable feelings of sadness, unhappiness, or misery, major depression or major depressive disorder can have a serious impact on an individual’s life and well being. While most individuals experience periods of depression during different difficult times in their lives, major depressive disorder (also known as major depression, clinical depression, and recurrent depression) occurs when feelings of depression persist over a long period of time, amounting to several weeks to months.

The precise cause of major depressive disorder is unknown. Some studies show that major depression can be caused by certain events, but the imbalances of brain chemicals in many sufferers of major depressive disorder show that there may also be biological, or even sometimes genetic causes. Though these chemical imbalances have been show to run in the family, it is not uncommon for individuals to develop them even without a family history. Outside factors that seem to contribute to major depression include: Drug or Alcohol Abuse, Medical Conditions, Prescription Drugs (Steroids), Trouble Sleeping, and Major Life Changes: Trouble in school, break ups, divorce, abuse or neglect and loss of job are some examples.

There are a wide variety of symptoms …