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A Global System That Failed

Between 1976 and 2012, Ebola outbreaks claimed approximately 1,600 lives. But the most recent outbreak of 2013–14, which consumed the coast of West Africa and spread to the U.S. 838 more words

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Healing through music - Harvard Health Blog - Harvard Health Publications

The Healing Power of Music on the Harvard Health Blog:

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The healing power of music is a recurring theme in my book in progress… 118 more words

Product Review: Caudalie Resveratrol [Lift]

I am always looking for the next big thing in anti-aging creams. You know me. So I was psyched when Caudalie let me test drive its newest line of products, called Resveratrol .* 320 more words

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Dr. Mildred Fay Jefferson: Harvard Medical School's First Black Woman Graduate and Anti-Abortion Activist

Mildred Fay Jefferson

“You can always tell who the pioneers are because they have arrows in their back and are lying face down in the dirt.” —  1,015 more words


15-44 Segment 2: Almost Addicted


Synopsis: People who use drugs, even those who are not addicted, are often destructively enabled by families. An expert explains why this occurs and what families have to do to break through their own denial as well as that of the user. 1,260 more words

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