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Who said that first? – Namby Pamby

During the 18th century, Ambrose Phillips was a don of St Johns  College, Cambridge, and in addition gained some recognition as a poet. But his poetic style and political ambitions incurred the wrath of musician and poet Henry Carey (who wrote ‘Sally in our Alley’) and was possibly the first person to sing ‘God Save the King.’

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Conquering Stress and Anxiety through Four Natural Ways

These days, we see more and more emphasis on mental health—particularly where topics such as depression, stress, and anxiety are concerned. People are more aware of the psychological aspects that affect and sometimes govern our lives. You see it on campuses and hospitals. You see it in the digital space, such as in social media.

Despite this, it seems many doctors still prefer to treat these mental conditions with drugs.

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