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Imagine a new flu virus is sweeping the country. You’re a public health communications expert at the Center for Disease Control and Prevention.

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I put a high premium on being master of my own destiny, which is why when I graduated with a master’s degree in journalism four years ago, I decided to work from home.

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Put a little thought into your purchases.  There may be green alternatives available for just about everything we buy.  For example, there are shampoos and conditioners that use all-natural ingredi

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Before 29 year-old Jenna Benn even knew her exact diagnosis, she was already thinking about life after cancer. Knowing that someday having a family would be part of her plan, she enrolled in the Fertility Preservation Program at the Robert H. Lurie Comprehensive Cancer Center shortly before beginning treatment.

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As a molecular biology graduate student, I am often asked what I actually do at work. Badly explained, my daily job is to be a glorified liquid handler.

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Even President Obama has been spotted reading Thomas Friedman’s best-selling book “Hot, Flat, and Crowded:  Why we need a green revolution and how it can save America,” which is this year’s One Book One Northwestern selection. 

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My last posting, asking whether the National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine should be shuttered, has generated some interesting comments.

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As a scientist-in-training, I have often wondered how some intelligent and seemingly rational people manage to completely reject scientific evidence if it doesn’t support their point of view.

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Einstein claimed that the greatest scientists are always artists as well; he himself played the violin, and claimed he often thought in music.

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Imerman Angels, a cancer support organization based in Chicago, has "floods of volunteers," according to John May, chairman of its board of directors and a long-time volunteer himself.

"You can't help but just get excited to get involved," he said.

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