We Need to Talk About Phubbing

The insidious social behavior destroying our relationships

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Garrison Keillor, host of A Prairie Home Companion, is well-known for his characterization of the mythical Minnesota town of Lake Wobegon where all the children are above average.

Along a similar but opposite vein, the majority of American smartphone owners believe their phone usage is…

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Probing medical paradigms to improve our understanding of health and disease

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Nita Jain

Nita Jain

Health consultant, researcher, scicommer | Editor of Medical Myths & Models and poems from the pandemic | nitajain.substack.com

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