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Why Doctors Are The Unlikely Leaders The Climate Movement Needs

This summer, the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) released its much-anticipated progress report on climate change. In short, it’s not looking good: The 200-plus contributing scientists agreed that we are not reducing emissions fast enough, and without immediate action, the increasing floods, wildfires, droughts, storms, and heat waves we are seeing are…

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An Ethos of Freedom and Possibility

The spirit of Entrepreneurship is truly incredible. Unknowingly, it is the art of using oneself as the vehicle and agent of change be that for profit through creating enterprise or non-profit for social impact. Through it all, because it involves the active engagement of oneself, the pursuit becomes an extension of thyself. It is consequentially…

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A Divided World Is An Unhealthy World

A recent Kaiser Family Foundation analysis found that Americans who have not been vaccinated are now three times likelier to lean Republican than to lean Democrat. The persistence of vaccine hesitancy has kept vaccine uptake from being as widespread as it might be, helping prolong the pandemic. Its intersection with political partisanship suggests the role sectarianism plays…