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When it first participated in the Eurovision Song Contest as an independent country — and not part of Yugoslavia or with Montenegro as it used to — in 2007, Serbia actually won, for the first time. Fairly promising for the future. But since then, the country has unfortunately not managed to repeat the performance, finishing 6th, 13th, 14th, 3rd the following years, and not even bothering to participate in 2014 because, you know, austerity.

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Dottoré!

A Sound Mind In A Sanitized Body?

Trying to put the "health" in "mental health" ...

Applying the COVID protocol to mental health

Mariateresa Fichele

Now with COVID, everyone thinks they’re experts in antibodies — even my patients.

Dottoré, I've been taking this medicine for 20 years because you say I'm sick, but couldn’t it be that maybe I'm cured and just keep the antibodies and you don't know?

"Gennà, unfortunately your disease is not caused by a virus, and that’s not how antibodies work."

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