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The Power of Preference to Shape Beliefs

Writer/historian John Dickson writes about a social media post that annoyed his atheist friends. It was a portion of a 1929 interview of Albert Einstein ...


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Blind Songwriter Visualized Christ's Glory

One of the most prolific songwriters in the history of Christianity has been Fanny Crosby, who wrote over 9,000 spiritual songs. Crosby was blinded in ...


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Doctors Find 27 Contact Lenses in Woman's Eye

A 67-year-old woman scheduled for routine cataract surgery in November thought it was just dry eye and old age causing her discomfort. But the real cause ...


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New App Helps 'Blind' People See

Just for a moment, I want you to close your eyes and imagine that you are blind. Now, let's complete a few basic tasks, like separating medications, ...


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I was Color-blind, Now I See

An ABC News story reported on a Pennsylvania man who received a special gift—a pair of glasses that helped him see his children clearly for the ...


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Man Resigns Himself to a Life of Blindness

When Pierre-Paul Thomas was growing up in Montreal, Canada in the 1940s he couldn't play hockey with his brothers and it broke his heart. Thomas was born ...


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After Operation, Blind Man Slowly Learns to See

At the age of 45, Michael May miraculously regained his sight. May was blinded at age three, and lived 42 years of his life without sight. Then, in 1999, ...


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The Dangers of Peephole Driving

As the recent winter approached, USA Today writer Larry Copeland wrote a story about the danger of "peephole" driving. Anyone who lives in ...


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Why Dogs Have a Better Sense of Smell

Dogs do some things better than humans. For one thing, most dogs have a far better sense of smell than we do, and there is a physical reason for that. ...


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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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