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Whooping Cough

I am posting one of  my older  blogs   today  because  Linda G Hill’s  post   The MMR Vaccination Debate – a Parental Perspective.   really  made  me  think  and  think hard . 927 more words

Oscars Blow Up Over Purported Discrimination

What’s an Oscar season without a little controversy?

Shortly after announcing its nomination choices, the Academy Awards came under fire from actors and the public alike for a lack of diversity among its more prominent categories.   745 more words

Cultural

Psychiatrists, psychologists and other mental health professionals report a significant increase in patients complaining about depression. One North American survey reported that 45% of respondents dreaded the festive season.

Depression may occur at any time of the year, but the stress and anxiety of the holiday season—especially during the months of November and December—-may cause even those who are usually content to experience loneliness and a lack of fulfillment. 495 more words

Controversy is a state of prolonged public dispute or debate, usually concerning a matter of conflicting opinion or point of view. The word was coined from the Latin controversia, as a composite of controversus – "turned in an opposite direction," from contra – "against" – and vertere – to turn, or versus (see verse), hence, "to turn against." The most applicable or well known controversial subjects, topics or areas are politics, religion and sex

Controversy is a state of prolonged public dispute or debate, usually concerning a matter of conflicting opinion or point of view. The word was coined from the Latin controversia, as a composite of controversus – “turned in an opposite direction,” from contra – “against” – and vertere – to turn, or versus (see verse), hence, “to turn against.” The most applicable or well known controversial subjects, topics or areas are politics, religion and sex. 272 more words

Homeopathy, The Unsolved Mystery

The word “homeopathy” is derived from two Greek words: homoios which means “similar” and pathos which means “suffering.” is a system created in 1796 by Samuel Hahnemann based on his doctrine of… 1,655 more words

Alternative Medicine

Five More Reasons You Should Be Mad At Mathew Klickstein

By now, you’ve almost certainly heard about the bizarre, offensive interview that the author of the new book Slimed!, a history of the early years of kids’ cable network Nickelodeon, did on Flavorwire. 1,480 more words

Philosophy

Signatures Requested for Letter to Editor

On September 29th, Time.com posted an article originally sourced from a website called The Hechinger Report. The article highlighted the fight against the Wilson College co-ed decision, but also commented on Chatham’s decision. 1,038 more words

Co-ed