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Genetic Testing and Maternal Mental Health
Read this to uncover the story.
Dr. Karen Horst agreed to let me repost her writing on genetic testing and maternal mental health. She studied women’s philosophy
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New Year's Resolutions Are Bound To Fail. Try This Instead.
Skip the all-or-none resolutions this year.
No, Students Do Not Really "Hate School Lunches"
Bettina Elias Siegel
children's food policy writer and advocate
By now many of you have likely read "Why Students Hate School Lunches," by Kate Murphy in this week's New York Times Sunday Review. Here's my one word reaction to the piece: GAH!!!!
Rumer Willis, Autism, and "The Odd Way Home"
Published Author and Filmmaker
As happens so often in life, writer/director Rajeev Nirmalakhandan fell into creating a movie named The Odd Way Home quite by accident. A colleague who'd been engaged to produce a film on autism was unable, so she suggested it to him.
Still Undiagnosed? 3 Options to Try
Deborah J. Cornwall
Author, 'Things I Wish I’d Known: Cancer Caregivers Speak Out'...
1. Functional Medicine A major milestone bound to accelerate this transition is the launch on September 23, 2014, of a multi
A Kidney After One Day on the National Transplant Registry -- World Kidney Day Free Screenings
Author, Screenwriter, Yale University Lecturer
The story I'm about to finish here is, at the very least, a magical one. Perhaps a spiritual antidote -- if there is such a thing -- for so much lost to kidney disease.
Caught In A Bad Project (VIDEO): Scientists Parody Lady Gaga
Scientists at the Hui Zheng lab at Baylor College of Medicine have found an entertaining way to purge their project frustrations
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