Blogs and Commentaries
If you're not controversial, you'll never break through the din of all the commentary - Roger Stone
Realizing When Realism Should Trump Idealism
Sep 2, 2014 - You would think that anyone interested in rape prevention would welcome a new tool that might prevent rapes. But you'd be wrong.
Portion Control: What's Good for You?
Aug 29, 2014 - It's simple: you've got to eat. What's not so simple for some of us is knowing when to say when. But because "when" is not the same for all of us, how should we approach the question of portion control...
Robin Williams - It’s All in the Eyes
Aug 21, 2014 - Although depression is still a taboo subject, perhaps Robin Williams’ death will help us do a better job understanding the causes, put more resources into treating the symptoms, and help find ways to keep people from deciding on suicide
The Unhealthy Side of Celebrity Influence
Aug 19, 2014 - If a celebrity says it's so, somewhere there are hundreds or thousands or millions of people who believe it. So what to do when celebrity truths are dubious or flat-out falsehoods?
What the Israel-Palestine Conflict Can Teach Us About National Health
Aug 12, 2014 - The goings-on in Gaza are big news right now. But the current flare-up is symptomatic of the perpetual unhealthiness—physical, psychological, and moral—that plagues the region.
Ebola - Here, There and Everywhere
Aug 11, 2014 - I wouldn’t be worried to sit next to someone with the Ebola virus on the Tube, as long as they don’t vomit on you or something - Peter Piot co-discoverer of Ebola 1976
Hooked on Hookah
Jul 28, 2014 - Hookah is healthier and less addictive than cigarettes, right? Think again. Results of several studies suggest that hookah is far more dangerous than cigarettes.
Screening Yourself from Both UV Rays and Bogus Information
Jul 21, 2014 - You're better off without sunscreen. At least, that's what a few recent articles are telling you. But guess what you're really better off without?
When Government Should Keep Its Hands Off the Wheel
Jul 5, 2014 - A recent brouhaha over government restrictions on the aging of cheese is a case in point of how the feds sometimes seem not to know where they're needed and where they're not.
Soylent and the False Equivalency of Food and Nutrition
Jun 10, 2014 - A food-replacement product is getting a lot of buzz. But for all that might be gained by maximizing the efficiency of one's nutritional intake, so much more might be lost.
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