We were called to her hospital bedside in April 2015. They didn’t think she’d make it through the night. She was a frail and fragile patient. Or so they thought.
The risks good people will take to prevent and relieve suffering is awe-inspiring. Scientists and gardeners, kings and orphans, risked their arms, their eyes, their hands and their lives to help others because they wanted to. When did so many of us stop wanting to?
Most bacteria are, like people, “either good or simply present.” — The Belly Button Diversity Project The Human Microbiome Project identified many of the microorganisms found in the human body revealing that, because we each have unique experiences in varied environments, we each have a unique microbiomic fingerprint. It is constantly changing its composition to […]
He was appropriately named “Peter” – a rock, a foundation. And appropriately, he built houses. He started building with his father and brother in Connecticut after serving in the Coast Guard in World War II. In 1952 he moved to Pennsylvania and built hundreds of houses in Bethlehem, first with his brother Nando, and then […]
Where did sexually transmitted infections come from? Did they exist in history? Are they responsible for our monogamous culture? STIs influenced history and history influenced STIs.
Conducting a Root Cause Analysis on the contentious abortion issue led to seven sustainable solutions that could make abortion a rare occurrence.