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Resurfacing

Tuesday, October 21st, 2014

Debbie says: Have you missed Lynne’s voice around these parts? Laurie and I certainly have Lynne Murray says: I am starting to come back from several months of sickness. I had to seek out medical care even though a house-call doctor visit took a big dent out of what was once my savings. I’ve been […]

At the Will of the Body, Part 3b: Doctors as Patients

Thursday, July 31st, 2014

Lisa Freitag says: Dr. Lisa Freitag is a former pediatrician in Minneapolis, Minnesota.  She wrote some guest posts for us in 2013, and we are delighted to have more of her insightful presence here. This is the second half of the third (and last) part: Part 3a is here; Part 2 is here; and Part […]

At the Will of the Body, Part 3a: Doctors as Patients

Thursday, July 10th, 2014

Lisa Freitag says: Dr. Lisa Freitag is a former pediatrician in Minneapolis, Minnesota. She wrote some guest posts for us in 2013, and we are delighted to have more of her insightful presence here. This is the first half of the third (and last) part; Part 2 and a link to Part 1 are here. […]

When Junk Science Meets Junk Food

Saturday, June 28th, 2014

Laurie and Debbie say: Scientists at the University of Toronto have released a report claiming that the very existence and availability of fast food somehow makes us be in a hurry. “Fast food represents a culture of time efficiency and instant gratification,” says Chen-Bo Zhong, who co-wrote the paper with colleague Sanford DeVoe to be […]

At the Will of the Body, Part 2: (Becoming a Body)

Tuesday, June 24th, 2014

Lisa Freitag says: Dr. Lisa Freitag is a former pediatrician in Minneapolis, Minnesota. She wrote some guest posts for us in 2013, and we are delighted to have more of her insightful presence here. This is the second of three or four parts; the first is here. Watch for the others over the next month […]

At the Will of the Body: Part I (Pain)

Thursday, June 12th, 2014

Lisa Freitag says: Dr. Lisa Freitag is a former pediatrician in Minneapolis, Minnesota. She wrote some guest posts for us in 2013, and we are delighted to have more of her insightful presence here. This is the first of three or four parts; watch for the others over the next month or so, between posts […]

Broken Again: Pharaohe Monch and PTSD

Sunday, June 8th, 2014

Laurie and Debbie say: Hip-hop artist Pharaohe Monch has a new album called PTSD: Post Traumatic Stress Disorder PTSD gets a lot of play in the U.S. news, because of American soldiers returning from Afghanistan and Iraq, but the news generally implies that it’s a condition that only or generally affects soldiers.That’s only true to […]

Notes from the Burnout Zone

Thursday, June 5th, 2014

Lynne Murray says: Lately I find myself having trouble engaging with the world enough to write a blog post. A post I read about burning out caused a flicker of recognition and I realized that, once again, I am in that place. I’ve been here before, mostly for emotional pain and angst.In this case, sickness […]

Janet Vertesi: Keeping Secrets from Google

Thursday, May 1st, 2014

Debbie says: Janet Vertesi, an assistant professor of sociology and a self-described “Google conscientious objector” since 2012, decided to see if she could keep the giant search engine in the sky from learning that she was pregnant. “Pregnant women, she knew, are a marketing gold mine“; Vertesi says that an average person’s marketing data costs […]

Returning with Links

Friday, April 4th, 2014

Debbie says: As you may have noticed, we were down for most of a week due to a malware attack. Endless thanks to our webmaster for tireless efforts to bring the blog (and the website) back up safely. When the attack happened, I was just about to put up a links post, so that’s where […]

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