by Daniel A. Kaufman ___ The sub-heading of the late-Christopher Hitchens’ book, God is Not Great, reads: “how religion poisons everything.” Now, maybe that’s true and maybe it isn’t. I really don’t know. But one thing I do know, with absolutely certainty, is this: Politics poisons everything. And the reason it does is that … [Read more...] about Adolescent Politics
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Split View Views Article contents Figures & tables Video Audio Supplementary Data PDF Cite Citation Linda Hermer, Natasha S Bryant, Madeline Pucciarello, Carolina Mlynarczyk, Bridget Zhong; Does Comprehensive Culture Change Adoption via the Household Model Enhance Nursing Home Residents’ Psychosocial Well-being?, Innovation in Aging, Volume 1, … [Read more...] about Does Comprehensive Culture Change Adoption via the Household Model Enhance Nursing Home Residents’ Psychosocial Well-being?
So now it is time to return to the idea of homosexuality and Christianity about which I posted the other day. Having looked at biblical issues concerning the position of deeming homosexuality (h/s) morally wrong, let us now look at what makes people h/s and whether it is fair for an all-loving god to judge them.Historically, h/s has been seen as a behavioural choice. … [Read more...] about The Causes of Homosexuality, and What It All Means
Abstract BackgroundBecause of the limited success of population-based prevention methods and due to developments in genomic screening, public health professionals and health policy makers are increasingly interested in more individualized prevention strategies. However, the terminology applied in this field is still ambiguous and thus has the potential to create … [Read more...] about Creating a common language: defining individualized, personalized and precision prevention in public health