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Right Brain vs. Left Brain

To save lives, public health experts must rely on both sides of the brain.

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Our Intimate Adversary

Death is inescapable, inevitable and irredeemably sad. So, why in the hell would we want to devote an entire issue to it?

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"Because I could not stop for Death"

In her tribute to a moving elegy by Emily Dickinson, poet Mary Jo Salter explains why Emily invites us to smile at death.

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The Poetry of Life

The Poetry of Life

Sooner or later, we all must face it. Death. Experience the personal side of science's efforts against humanity's eternal inevitability.

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