Source: The Ivy league want students who’ve had meaningful experiences, not just achievements – Quartz
“Our youth’s values appear to be awry, and the messages that adults are sending may be at the heart of the problem.”
So is the following article.
Source: The educational strategy that’s turning students into unimaginative robots – Quartz
Now add this to a generation who cannot detach themselves from a tiny computer screen. What do you get?
An absence of critical thinking skills and creativity.
Should we choose to devalue Humanities we become less human.
Think about it.
The Pacific island of Tonga is the most obese country in the world – and one of the main causes is a cheap, fatty kind of meat, mutton flaps, imported from New Zealand.
Source: How mutton flaps are killing Tonga – BBC News
Source: Dietary supplements for erectile dysfunction: A natural treatment for ED? – Mayo Clinic
Skip the catchy title and take a look at the list of supplements that are risky, unsafe, or untested in humans with some potential nasty side effects.
Fewer in-hospital deaths, less surgery in last 6 months
Source: Doctors Get Less Aggressive Care Before Death | Medpage Today
Jack Cush MD reviews the complications associated with rheumatoid arthritis
Source: RheumNow: 10 Ways RA Could’ve Killed Glenn Frey | Medpage Today
If you stumble upon this link you likely already know of Frey’s death and the somewhat uninformed comments from his manager. Read Dr. Cush’s article to learn about the myriad ways RA can kill.