SJW


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SJW

An abbreviation for "social justice warrior," a derisive term for one who supports or upholds progressive views on social issues. The implication typically is that such a person is overzealous or disingenuous. These SJW's want to control every aspect of our lives!
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SJW International boasts strong finances backed by outstanding operational performance and abundant cash flow.
And progressives who have been called SJWs are increasingly attempting to (http://www.
He tweeted: "It will soon be a crime to be a heterosexual married parent if the SJWs (social justice warriors) get their way.
The comprehension of cellular mechanism by which SJW counteracts meningeal nociception might also help identify some molecular events involved in the pathophysiology of migraine.
The critiqued Rapaport study revealed that SJW was no more effective than placebo (and the antidepressant citalopram) in treating minor depression in a sample of 73 participants.
This data indicates that not only is SJW similarly effective to citralopram in inducing remission from depression, it is also more effective at preventing relapse after the treatment period.
Patients in the SJW group had significantly better mean MADRS and mean BDI scores after six weeks of treatment compared to paroxetine.
The primary measure of efficacy was the difference in the rate of improvement between SJW and placebo on total HAM-D scores over 8 weeks.
Half the participants took 900 milligrams daily (divided into three doses) of standardized SJW.
This press release may contain certain forward-looking statements including but not limited to statements relating to SJW Corp.
Water utility SJW Corp (NYSE:SJW) stated on Wednesday its net income of USD3.
Some researchers state that hyperforin is responsible for the major antidepressant activity in SJW.
In order to clinically assess the use of SJW for prevention of hypertophic scarring and promotion of post cesarean wound healing, Iranian researchers completed a randomised double blind clinical trial of 144 women with surgical childbirth (by the same two obstetricians).
This editorial was penned in response to a recent study that compared SJW and paroxetine, a selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor (SSRI), which demonstrated surprising results.
Also found here is the common error that SJW has been shown to be as effective as bright light in the treatment of seasonal af-fective disorder (SAD).