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Will MacAskill: What are the most important moral problems of our time? | TED Talk
Of all the problems facing humanity, which should we focus on solving first? In a compelling talk about how to make the world better, moral philosopher Will MacAskill provides a framework for answering this question based on the philosophy of "effective altruism" -- and shares ideas for taking on three pressing global issues.
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Schizophrenia: Scientists discover mental health breakthrough
These immune cells are supposed to be the good guys. But new research shows they can harm the brain and potentially cause schizophrenia.
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How to Ditch Self Doubt and Build Real Confidence with Mel Robbins
Join us for Mel Robbins, one of the most sought after motivational instructors as she delivers life-changing strategies to break through your self doubt and build self confidence.
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A history of happiness explains why capitalism makes us feel empty inside - Vox
Swedish researcher Carl Cederström on how corporations redefined happiness and turned hippies into Reagan voters.
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How a Face Transplant Transformed a Young Woman’s Life
At 18, Katie Stubblefield lost her face. At 21, she became the youngest person in the U.S. to undergo the still experimental surgery. Follow her incredible story.
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How to Retire in Your 30s With $1 Million in the Bank - The New York Times
Fed up with their high-pressure jobs, some millennials are quitting and embracing the FIRE movement. (It stands for financial independence, retire early).
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Protein Intake – How Much Protein Should You Eat Per Day?
Protein is incredibly important for health, weight loss and body composition. This page explains exactly how much protein you should be eating.
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Serious body aches --- protein deficiency? : veganfitness
Hey guys. For months now, I have been waking up with seriously debilitating body aches. The best I could describe it is by saying I felt like I'd...
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How to Talk to a Grieving Customer
Be compassionate, be helpful, be kind.
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How Discrimination Against Female Doctors Hurts Patients
Several large-scale studies have shown that women provide better care.
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This high-tech 911 helicopter could be the next step to flying cars
Starting with an emergency dispatch service, a new startup aims to gradually develop technologies required to become the Uber of autonomous flight.
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Virtual clinical trials are bringing drug development home
Virtual trials could address some of the problems that come with developing new drugs, but a host of challenges remain before they can become routine.
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What happened when I took a herbal brain supplement for a month
I got smarter (sort of), but it certainly wasn’t a cure-all.
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These jobs are safe from being replaced by automation
In the next 12 years, 800 million people will lose their jobs to automation. But hairdressers, nurses, and artists are safe–for now.
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Primary care startup Parsley embraces functional medicine
With locations in New York, San Francisco, and L.A., Parsley Health is on a mission to bring “functional medicine” to the prescription-popping masses.
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Feng Shui Remedies for Front and Back Door Alignment | Home Guides | SF Gate
A home with a clear view between the front and back doors -- especially if the back door is transparent, such as a patio door -- may seem airy and spacious. But according to feng shui, this alignment creates problems in the flow of chi, the vital life force energy. Ideally, chi should enter the front door and ...
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18 days ago by odajay
Algorithm matches human cardiologists in detecting heart attacks - MIT Technology Review
Medical data tends to be messy and hard to annotate, which makes it hard for neural networks to learn from. But machine learning is beginning to make progress.
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Materials Offer a Key to Innovative Applications for Home-Health Trends - Core77
Consumers are increasingly being expected to have a greater role in "healing thyself." Shorter hospital stays, fewer instances of clinician-administered medication, and more do-it-yourself cases of in-home care drive the need for innovative home-healthcare devices. The implications are many – not only for sis, dad and grandma – but also for healthcare brand owners, pharmaceutical packaging producers, medical device designers and related materials suppliers.
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11 weeks ago by odajay
Best Books for Medical Students (308 books) | Goodreads
308 books based on 379 votes: Being Mortal: Medicine and What Matters in the End by Atul Gawande, When Breath Becomes Air by Paul Kalanithi, Complication...
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Medicine and Literature (1330 books) | Goodreads
1,330 books based on 1677 votes: Stiff: The Curious Lives of Human Cadavers by Mary Roach, The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks by Rebecca Skloot, The Ma...
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Why Curie’s no Einstein: A subtle gender bias in science | Ars Technica
People more likely to call males by their last name, tie prestige to doing so.
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Tomorrow’s surgeons are learning by doing in VR - MIT Technology Review
Virtual-reality training platforms are expanding into some of America’s top medical residency programs.
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Muscular dystrophy could be the next disease to get whacked by gene therapy - MIT Technology Review
Four boys have received a gene-replacement treatment for muscular dystrophy, and it’s stoking hopes that scientists will cure this disease for good.
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