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In this episode, Noelle and Stefani discuss social justice and social media, weight gain with antidepressants, and spotting adrenal fatigue.
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[05:12] Social Justice and Social Media
[39:14] Weight Gain with Antidepressants
[56:27] Spotting Adrenal Fatigue
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