Finding Our Way…Book Review of The Path: What Chinese Philosophers Can Teach Us About the Good Life

In The Path: What Chinese Philosophers Can Teach Us About the Good Life, we are told how, according to Chinese tradition, people can reconstruct their past over and over and may, in turn, live differently. Using simple yet sophisticated prose, the authors Michael Puett and Christine Gross-Loh catalyze this process…

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Finding Our Way…Book Review of The Path: What Chinese Philosophers Can Teach Us About the Good Life
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Contextualizing Confounding

Relationships – be they professional, romantic, platonic, or familial – govern and guide our interactions and wellbeing as humans: in our most exposed and naked form, we are social animals. As public health scientists, we identify and research relationships, primarily between exposures and outcomes. But these terms are empty buckets…

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Book Review: Understanding Microinflammation: The Common Link Between Aging, Cancer, and Coronary Disease

Understanding Microinflammation: The Common Link Between Aging, Cancer, and Coronary Disease is a must-read text for chronic disease-focused public health and medical professionals. The book summarizes the current literature on microinflammation in an accessible way for people without a strong biochemistry background. The authors advance the conversation on comprehensive chronic…

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Book Review: Understanding Microinflammation: The Common Link Between Aging, Cancer, and Coronary Disease
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Mentorship: The Nexus of Professional and Personal Development

For years, I have searched for the right mentor. I yearned to find someone successful and experienced professionally, who shared similar values and had also underwent similar experiences personally. The term mentorship is overused. Be it in youth groups, academic societies, Greek Life, or workplaces, mentorship programs are widespread. Society…

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Que dios te bendiga

“Maria, Maria, Maria, Maria, all the beautiful sounds of the world in a single word.” Inspired by Shakespeare, the epic rivalry between the Jets and Sharks is a theatrical masterpiece describing the tension between the Puerto Rican Sharks that are taunted by the White Jets in America’s most notorious concrete…

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Que dios te bendiga
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