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March Book Club Title: Mistakes Were Made

This March join us in reading and discussing another non-fiction book: Mistakes Were Made (But Not by Me): Why We Justify Foolish Beliefs, Bad Decisions, and Hurtful Acts by… 246 more words


6 Things Minorities Can Do to Stay Sane at Work

I think about happiness a lot. I don’t know if it’s on my mind because so many in the country and in the workplace seem to be unhappy these days, but how to be and stay happy gets a lot of my energy, and I don’t mind giving it. 1,426 more words


Conservatives, you should be concerned about Trump's attacks on the media

I get it.  Conservatives have a long-held belief that the media is biased against them and that it has been unfair to the Republicans and conservatives.   308 more words


Media literacy

According to the Center for Media Literacy (CML), the most basic definition of media literacy is “the ability to access, analyze, evaluate, and create media in a variety of forms.”  However in today’s world they have expanded that definition a little further and now define Media Literacy as: 759 more words


Hypocrisy is Easy

Can you believe what the other side said this week? They’re such hypocrites—they say one thing when it applies to everyone else, and another thing entirely when it applies to them. 794 more words


How to Understand Clinical Research, Part II: Quality of Evidence

How to Understand Clinical Research, Part II: Quality of Evidence

The ability to critically understand & judge the data from a study is crucial in making decisions on whether a new drug is safe & effective. 9 more words


Experience, Not Expertise.

Hugh Burling explains why we should pay less attention to economic crystal ball-gazing and more attention to our grandparents’ wisdom.

Michael Gove’s oft-quoted remark from the campaign for UK independence… 1,006 more words