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Consequences of breeding on our dogs' health

The purpose of this article is to raise awareness amongst dog owners. When choosing a canine companion some of us look at the aesthetic aspect of the animal, its behaviour with children, its ability to guard the house… It is less common to see people look at the breeds predispositions for diseases. 373 more words


War is a pathology

War is a pathology, no doubt about it.

Author Karen Armstrong calls war a  “psychosis caused by an inability to see relationships” and she urges a universal religion of compassion. 371 more words


Next Steps in Cytotechnology

ASCP and ASC have put together a program to enable cytotechnologists to grow their skills and advance their careers. During this workshop, attendees will learn how to engage as a part of the clinical team and broaden their skill set to include fluorescent in-situ hybridization and interpretation of applied molecular tests. 17 more words


Can People Grow Horns?

About a week ago, I watched this movie called “Horns” starring Daniel Radcliffe, a.k.a. Harry Potter, wherein a young man suddenly grows a pair of horns after the murder of his girlfriend. 356 more words


Puritan Psychotherapy / Read it and weep

This is where the American obsession with “fixing human behavior” started. In fact, psychology and the ‘self-help’ movement are the successors of Puritan concepts of aberrant behavior. 3,803 more words

Asperger's Human Experience

Betsy The Beaver

Betsy the Beaver: pathology of a purloiner

EPub version


When treading water, kick your legs and arms in a circular motion
to reduce inertia, to keep your body’s mass afloat. 2,806 more words

Melissa Biever