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Tag: Health and Wellness

Living until you can’t

Atul Gawande reflects on what people really need when they find death close at hand. Some thoughts from Being Mortal: Medicine and What Matters in

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Hobby Lobby ruling due

The Supreme Court ruling will be released no later than Monday. The Huffington Post carries Cathy Lynn Grossman’s summary from Religion News Service. From the

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Is plastic surgery unethical?

Rabbi David Krishef initiates another Ethics and Religion Talk in mLive in response to a questioner who asks, “I am considering cosmetic surgery to remove

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