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How Transparency Can Empower Patients and Fix Health Care - Lindsay Abrams - The Atlantic

theatlantic.com — “Who's watching the health care professionals? A Johns Hopkins surgeon calls for a major paradigm shift.View full resource at theatlantic.com

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Most Recently Shared on September 19, 2012 at 1:39 pm By:

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via .@TheAtlanticHLTH .@readingirl: How Transparency Can Empower Patients and Fix Health Care http://t.co/R9UX58hL # Unaccountable

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#MuslimRage: How a Cynical Social-Media Play Became an Awesome Meme - Megan Garber - The Atlantic

theatlantic.com — “What Newsweek's hashtag reveals about conversation in an evolving media environmentView full resource at theatlantic.com

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Most Recently Shared on September 19, 2012 at 12:06 pm By:

cmschroed Chris Schroeder Health Executive

@cshirky nails the essence of rage and opportunity anywhere in this Atlantic piece: http://t.co/ic1YzJip

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The 20 Most Significant Inventions in the History of Food and Drink - Megan Garber - The Atlantic

theatlantic.com — “Science experts rank the refrigerator as Invention #1.View full resource at theatlantic.com

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The 20 Most Significant Inventions in the History of Food and Drink - The Atlantic http://t.co/13jfJPhz

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Is Anxiety Overdiagnosed? - Lindsay Abrams - The Atlantic

theatlantic.com — “Overlooking socioeconomic conditions and jumping to a psychiatric diagnosis can prevent us from addressing the real issues behind anxiety.View full resource at theatlantic.com

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Most Recently Shared on August 1, 2012 at 7:04 pm By:

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Is Anxiety Overdiagnosed?: Overlooking socioeconomic conditions and jumping to a psychiatric diagnosis can preve... http://t.co/r9IsngYZ

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To Model the Simplest Microbe in the World, You Need 128 Computers - Alexis Madrigal - The Atlantic

theatlantic.com — “What a pathbreaking computer model tells us about the future of biotechnology.View full resource at theatlantic.com

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Most Recently Shared on July 24, 2012 at 9:03 am By:

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How many computers do you need to model the simplest microbe? Hint: many! http://t.co/nT8bVyVX via @TheAtlantic

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Coffee: Preventing Scurvy Since 1650 - Megan Garber - The Atlantic

theatlantic.com — “The "simple innocent" drink is also useful for preventing gout, dropsy, miscarriage ...View full resource at theatlantic.com

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Study of the Day: 6 Million U.S. Teens Live With Uncontrollable Anger - Hans Villarica - The Atlantic

theatlantic.com — “New research estimates that one in 12 adolescents have persistent bouts of rage that involve property damage and violence toward others.View full resource at theatlantic.com

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Most Recently Shared on July 13, 2012 at 10:06 am By:

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6 Million U.S. Teens Live With Uncontrollable Anger - The Atlantic http://t.co/nBV19Mlx

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Health - Leslie Carr - Why Money Can't Buy Happiness: Feeling Respected Matters More - The Atlantic

theatlantic.com — “Although theories suggest high-income individuals are generally happier, new research finds that feeling valued may matter more for well-being.View full resource at theatlantic.com

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Most Recently Shared on June 28, 2012 at 3:35 pm By:

jessiegruman Jessie Gruman PhD, Doctor, and Health Advocate

Aretha has it right - RESPECT linked to happiness [study. Psychol Sci] http://t.co/3yqSa2nB

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Health - Brian Fung - Meet a Paralyzed Man Who Tweets With His Eyes - The Atlantic

theatlantic.com — “How a stroke victim who lost all motor control used Twitter for the first time this week.View full resource at theatlantic.com

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Most Recently Shared on June 18, 2012 at 1:56 pm By:

healthylady Mara Betsch

Talk about Monday inspiration RT @TheAtlanticHLTH Meet a paralyzed man who tweets with his eyes: http://t.co/L9LW2kzS

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Animals in the News - In Focus - The Atlantic

theatlantic.com — “It's time once more for a look into the animal kingdom and our interactions with the countless other species that share our planetView full resource at theatlantic.com

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The Wifely Duty - Magazine - The Atlantic

theatlantic.com — “Marriage used to provide access to sex. Now it provides access to celibacyView full resource at theatlantic.com

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Most Recently Shared on April 28, 2012 at 11:31 pm By:

doctorlinguist Cameron Kaiser, MD Doctor, Family Medicine Doctor, and Physician

a feminist considers the "wifely duty" (PG-13). an adult piece, but very insightful on intimacy and marriage. [atlantc] http://t.co/lcgm2Dsw

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A Look Inside China - In Focus - The Atlantic

theatlantic.com — “As China's population and economy continue to grow, the country is scrambling to solve challenges in housing, elder care, cultural and political institutions, the environment, and other areas of everyday lifeView full resource at theatlantic.com

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Live Like Royalty: The Many Health Benefits of Dogs, Man's Best Friend - Martin Mulcahey - Health - The Atlantic

theatlantic.com — “Dog owners worldwide enjoy longer lifespans on average, reduced blood pressure, improved cardiovascular fitness, and far less stress.View full resource at theatlantic.com

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Most Recently Shared on March 13, 2012 at 2:08 pm By:

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More on why having a pet is good for your mental and physical health (also for the future King of England)> http://t.co/LdWfrjYQ

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Maybe It's Not the iPod: High Lead Exposure Linked to Hearing Loss - Genevra Pittman - Health - The Atlantic

theatlantic.com — “Teenagers exposed to lead -- in soil, water, and paint -- are more likely than others to suffer from hearing problems, according to a study.View full resource at theatlantic.com

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Most Recently Shared on December 26, 2011 at 9:17 pm By:

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Maybe It's Not the iPod High Lead Exposure Linked to Hearing Loss ... http://t.co/zgTNBHUf

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Recycling Around the World - Alan Taylor - In Focus - The Atlantic

theatlantic.com — “November 15 is America Recycles Day, an annual event launched in 1997 by the National Recycling Coalition. The need to reuse and recycle raw materials has never been as urgent as it is today. The human race has reached a worldwide population of 7 billion, and America is responsible for consuming a disproportionate share of the planet's resources. In many parts of the world, recycling is done by necessity. In others, artists, governments, and businesses have found creative and useful ways toView full resource at theatlantic.com

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