Monthly Archives: July 2012

When Science Meets Superstition

We can’t help but be a tad superstitious when it comes to our well-being. Including me. Human nature lets us take credit when good things come our way: we think we somehow deserve it. But when bad juju befalls us, … Continue reading

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The End of Science

Is it the end of science as we know it? You might get that impression if you read through the sheaf of articles following the discovery in July of the Higgs Boson. After learning Higgs Boson wasn’t a wayward sailor … Continue reading

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Power of the Story

Stories are important for everyone, and particularly for indigenous people whose traditions have survived through narratives. When I first heard of narrative medicine, I figured that western medicine had taken a page from my Native ancestors. Get the patients to … Continue reading

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