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Healing From The Ground Up And Inside Out: Dr. Maya Shetreat-Klein’s The Dirt Cure

“While The Dirt Cure is geared towards parents healing their children, the plethora of advice and information is applicable to everyone living in modern American society, making The Dirt Cure a must-read for anyone who cares about what goes into their, and their children’s, bodies.”

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Boldly Going Where Few Have Gone Before: Meet Space Gynecologist Dr. Varsha Jain

“‘Every single woman is an advocate for women, no matter what her job, role, title, and sphere — I am simply playing my role,’ says space gynecologist Dr. Varsha Jain.” My 28th article for HuffPost, and my first feature for the HuffPost Science column, published in March 2016.

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Happiness Is a Choice, and So Is Love

Ultimately, we’re not passive recipients of love or happiness. In so many ways we’re taught to sit back and wait for love, wait for happiness, wait for satisfaction to find us when that’s not how it works at all. We ourselves are the active participants in the promotion or prevention of our own lives.” My 27th article for HuffPost, published in Feb 2016.

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Examining the Highly Sensitive Personality — Sensitive: The Untold Story

“Through more than a dozen interviews with a variety of researchers, Sensitive: The Untold Story makes a strong case outlining the physical, physiological, neurological, and emotional differences between the 20% of the highly sensitive population and the 80% who are not.” My 14th article for Huffington Post, published in October 2015.

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The Mainstreaming of Empathy, or How Hannibal Changed My Life

“With an appropriately bloody and dashing full moon finale came the close of three amazing seasons of Bryan Fuller’s Hannibal, hands down some of the best television ever made in the history of the medium.” My 13th article for Huffington Post, published in September 2015.