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Does Being Normal Matter?

“Am I normal?” Robert, a 24-year old programmer, asked me a few months into our work together. “What makes you ask that question

Why More States Are Getting Serious About Sunscreen

Prompted by dermatologists, more states are allowing kids to bring sunscreen to school. But opponents worry about liability

Mouth-to-Mouth Can Revive Overdose Victims Better Than Narcan

Much has been written and spoken lately about Narcan as the primary way of reviving an opiate/opioid overdose victim. In

When A Drug Epidemic Hit White America, Addiction Became A Disease

The scorn and dehumanization of the crack epidemic has been replaced by empathy and rehabilitation.

On Losing My First Friend

Nothing that can quite prepare you for grief and its debilitating aftermath.

To Understand Sex Differences In Alzheimer’s Disease, We Need To Understand Risk Factors Across The Lifespan

By Elizabeth Mormino, PhD, Stanford University, SWHR Interdisciplinary Network on Alzheimer’s Disease Member The long course

Six Cold Soups for Hot Summer Days

Adapted from Oleana chef Ana Sortun’s cookbook, Spice: Flavors of the Eastern Mediterranean, this chilled soup’s pure tomato

How To Change Yourself From The Inside Out

Without one conversation with anybody every single area of my life has changed from me making the decision to learn to love

Why You Need More Emotional Intelligence

Personality is the final piece of the puzzle. It’s the stable “style” that defines each of us. Personality is the result

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