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Medical Student Learns Valuable Lesson

In his book Better: A Surgeon's Notes on Performance, Atul Gawande recalls a patient he encountered during his final year of medical school. The older ...


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Living Life with Eyes Wide Open

We had an incident while Jet Skiing off the coast of Wellington [during our family vacation to New Zealand]. I had taken the Skis out by myself for a ...


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A Tale of Two Safari Guides

Twice I've visited heaven, or close to it: the Masai Mara, perhaps the greatest wildlife preserve in the world. The Masai Mara is part of the vast grasslands ...


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Resident Regrets Snap Judgment of Patient

Dr. Katrina Firlik was the first woman admitted into the neurosurgery residency at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center. Her recent book, Another ...


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The Importance of Knowing Heresy

In The Story of Christian Theology, theologian Roger Olson writes:

A popular misconception—perhaps a Christian urban legend—is that the United ...

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The Story Behind an Odd Contract Demand from Rock Band Van Halen

Many of us have heard about some of the outlandish demands made by music celebrities in their contracts with concert promoters. One of the most notorious ...


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Winning a Son's Heart

In his book The Masculine Mandate, pastor and author Richard D. Phillips writes of his meaningful relationship with his father. In 1972, Phillips was ...


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Photojournalist Decides It's Time to Focus on Family

For sixteen years, Lo Scalzo served as a photojournalist for U.S. News and World Report. He covered assignments in more than 60 countries, winning countless ...


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How Billy Graham Treated a Student with Respect

When evangelist Billy Graham was in the prime of fame and influence, author Gordon MacDonald was an unknown student in seminary. Yet one day MacDonald ...


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What We Like to Do at Dinnertime

Most popular activities at dinnertime, according to a 2009 survey:

  • Watch TV shows/videos: 36 percent
  • Talk with family/friends: 31 percent
  • Just eat/drink: 27 percent

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