HOW THE WORLD BOTCHED EBOLA CONTROL.
A Farewell To Summer By Storryteller
The first day of fall slipped past me a couple of days ago. When does the season truly begin? When I turn on the heat.
Autumn started at 2:06 this morning. Now I bid summer a warm adieu.
Thanks for the memories. In living color.
Credit: Catherine Hamrick, Sarah P. Duke Gardens, Duke University
Treat yourself to a leisurely stroll any day of the year from 8 a.m. to dusk. There is a lot of ground to cover in this 55-acre public botanic garden, so locals can indulge in a trek every season. The same but new!
THE FIGHT AGAINST HUMAN PAPILLOMA VIRUS: FULL SCIENTIFIC PUBLICATION IN BRITISH MEDICAL JOURNAL.
Ebola : USA To The Rescue
The Worried Well, Doctors And Overdiagnosis
Overdose of Prescription Medications Becoming a Global Issue
This is a very disturbing article, worthy of a read, by a Nigerian Nobel Laureate, Professor Wole Soyinka.
The debate on Medicinal Marijuana continues in USA. A very thought provoking article from The New England Journal of Medicine.
American Storyteller’s Farewell To A Brilliant Dad.
Today we document our lives in hundreds of digital images and store them in a “cloud.” Like the wonder of the telegraph in the 1800s, we send words, billions every second, via a void called the Internet and instruments cleverly branded Android and iPhone.
Ah, branding. As a savvy New York writer/agent told me at a recent book conference, “You must become a brand, or you won’t make it.” To which I retorted, “I am a person, not a brand.”
Ironic. Perhaps hypocritical: I “storytell” things and people as brands for a buck—in a staccato burst.
The brain is beautiful mystery. Streaming images run in and out of our heads, faster than the…
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