Tag: Health


Tag: Health

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Articles: Beyond “Do No Harm”

By Karin Evans | September 1, 2006


Articles: Finding Meaning in Medicine

By Karin Evans | September 1, 2006

Physician burnout, rushed and impersonal care for patients—this is what's ailing the medical profession today. Some doctors have a prescription for change.


Articles: Book Review: Stumbling on Happiness

By Laura Saslow | September 1, 2006

By Daniel Gilbert
Knopf, 2006, 277 pages


Articles: A Focusing Illusion

By Tanya Vacharkulksemsuk | September 1, 2006


Articles: Edible Ethics

By Jason Marsh | March 1, 2006

An Interview with Michael Pollan


Articles: Ethics on the Corner

By Carolyn Pinedo Turnovsky | March 1, 2006

As illegal immigration runs rampant in the United States, so does abuse of undocumented workers. But, asks Carolyn Pinedo Turnovsky, what ethical rules should apply to employees who are here illegally in the first place?


Articles: The Making of a Locovore

By Jessica Prentice | March 1, 2006


Articles: Can You Do Good by Eating Well?

By Peter Singer, Jim Mason | March 1, 2006

A new movement encourages people to eat food that’s grown close to where they live. The food may be fresher and taste better, but Peter Singer and Jim Mason ask if it’s more ethical to eat locally.


Articles: Book Review: Positive Psychology in Practice

By Christine Carter | September 1, 2005

Edited by P. Alex Linley and Stephen Joseph
Wiley, 2004, 770 pages


Articles: Survival of the Social

By Michelle Flythe | September 1, 2005


Articles: The Biology of Happiness

By Michelle Flythe | March 1, 2005


Articles: On Call

By Hilarie Cranmer | March 1, 2005


Articles: Book Review: Coming to Our Senses

By Pat Soberanis | March 1, 2005

by Jon Kabat-Zinn
Hyperion, 2005, 631 pages


Articles: Wealth and Health

By Christine Carter | September 1, 2004


Articles: The Choice to Forgive

By Fred Luskin | September 1, 2004

Forgiveness takes practice, says Fred Luskin, but it's a skill almost anyone can learn. He shares his research-tested method for helping people give up their grudges.


Articles: Book Review: The Anatomy of Hope

By Matthew Wheeland | September 1, 2004

by Jerome Groopman
Random House, 2004, 248 pages


Articles: The New Science of Forgiveness

By Everett L. Worthington Jr. | September 1, 2004

Everett L. Worthington, Jr. has dedicated his career to the study of forgiveness. He has found that it carries tremendous health and social benefits—and he's taken his research to heart.


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