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An Update on Osteoporosis
11/21/2018
Our skeleton is not a fixed structure. We are building bone and breaking down bone throughout our entire life. When and how does normal musculoskeletal aging become a medical issue? Gina Woods, MD, a board-certified endocrinologist, explains the ways bone density changes over time and what internal and external factors can influence bone density. She … Continue reading An Update on Osteoporosis
Why Do People Reject Good Science?
11/20/2018
Many people will consider factual information and it will change their understanding. But there are some for whom, “Providing more, accurate information doesn’t seem to change their opinions or make them alter their erroneous views,” says Eugenie Scott, Founding Executive Director of National Center for Science Education. For example, Americans have a much lower incidence … Continue reading Why Do People Reject Good Science?
Robert Reich: Bringing Civility Back to Political Discourse
11/15/2018
Have Americans lost the ability to talk politics? Recent studies show the country is more divided than ever before, and it’s only getting worse. In a lively talk at UC Berkeley’s Goldman School of Public Policy, professor Robert Reich outlines what he sees as the main causes of the problem, and how we might be … Continue reading Robert Reich: Bringing Civility Back to Political Discourse
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