Monday, November 24, 2014

The Origin of Quarantine






Big increase in surgery to mend ‘flesh tunnel’ earlobes

The Origin of Quarantine

Doctors transplanted 'dead hearts' into three patients, and it worked

Ursula K. Le Guin on Aging and What Beauty Really Means

Why Don't People Want to Donate Their Organs?

How Your Brain Gaslights You for Your Own Good

Curious Cabinets for Terrible Teeth

Why Are So Few Blockbuster Drugs Invented Today?

How Did Brains Evolve?

A Day in the Life of an Ebola Worker

Anti-social network: Health risks of love-hate friends

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

I have, or should say, had, a few "frenemies". Once I jettisoned the relationships, I actually did feel better, free-er, less aggravated about minor things. I attribute this to stress, however minor, from wondering when I'd be in touch with Mr. or Ms. Annoying, and planning in advance how to defend myself.
Adios, all you pains in the neck!

ILuvNUFC said...

Sounds great, I may have to give it a go.