When the doctor’s away, the patients get better?
People gettin’ sick, people gettin’ better.
This week: Economics, Babies, Health, Technology, Education, and Religion!
This Week!: Family, Cities, Health, Media, Religion, and Sports!
This Week: Arts, Education, Multiculturalism, Gender, and Health!
The Self, others, body markings, and more!
Your body or your life?
CNMHW Crime, Nature, Money, Health, Work
Dave discovers one of his old mini-posts and realizes that a full-length “do over” was the appropriate response.
This week: Science, Body, Mind, Soul, and Earth!
Clowns, witches, scientists, doctors, preachers, and other things that go bump in the night.
Crime in the City may be bad for your Health and the local Economy, but it’s also Educational.
This Week: Cities, Gender, Health, Money, and Creatures!
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Dave, in his inaugural post on fitness and nutrition-related topics, discusses high intensity interval training.
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This week: Britain, Europe, Education, Health, and Film!
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This week! Family, Economics, Health, Education, Cities, and Asia!
This week: Money, Crime, Government, Nature, Health, Brains!
This week: Health, Education, Business, Poilitics, Government, and Society.
This Week: Terror, Immigration, Politics, Health, Religion, and Family!
Matt Yglesias achieves Maximum Voxosity with the Voxiest of all Vox articles ever.
See that fellow over there? He’s running a half marathon. He’s probably in a world of pain. Possibly, though, he’s running laps around heaven itself. It’s 6:10AM, last Saturday. It helps that I’m a morning person. I never need to set an alarm. I’m just awake. I suit up. Contact lenses. Take the asthma meds.…
In response to my recent post on what I called Obama 2012’s rather limited ambitions, valued reader CK MacLeod wrote the following. My emphasis: …look at “the Reagan Era” from the perspective of a committed ideological conservative – how little was changed in the way we do things, as opposed to how we talk about…
Ed Kilgore, playing one my least favorite versions of What If since “Vice President Palin” was a less-than-remote possibility, guesses at how a nixing of Obamacare by the SCOTUS would affect this year’s elections:
After listening to the audio, my sense is that there are only two likely rulings —
In my perfect world, I’d have Michel Foucault’s old job: Professor of the History of Systems of Thought at the Collège de France. Here’s a bit of what I might want to teach.
In 2011 Pew Charitable Trusts published an interesting study showing just who is falling out of the middle class. – Compared with married women, women who are divorced, widowed or separated are between 31 and 36 percentage points more likely to fall down the economic ladder. In turn, never-married women are 16 to 19 percentage points…
My piece at the Cato@Liberty blog about San Francisco’s soft drink vending machine ban has elicited some particularly… striking… commentary. Here’s my favorite: While I am in total agreement that people should be in control of their lives without interference, personally, I do not have much of a problem with [the ban]. In fact, I…