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The Scientific Evidence for the Shroud of Turin: With Barrie Schwortz

Scientific Evidence for The Shroud of Turin

What is the scientific evidence for The Shroud of Turin, as it stands, in 2020? To help me determine this, I’m excited to say that I interviewed Barrie Schwortz on a recent Causes or Cures podcast.  Who is Barrie? Barrie was the Official Documenting Photographer for the Shroud of Turin Research Project (STURP), the team […]

The Metaphor of Medicare for All

The Metaphor of Medicare for All

  On one of my more recent Causes or Cures podcast episodes, Dr. John McDonough explains the metaphor of Medicare for All. Medicare for All is a highly controversial and emotional topic. For some, it’s the most important voters’ issue. It’s also incredibly hard to define. For instance, does it equate to universal access to […]

Wellness is a Luxury Brand- New Podcast

Wellness is a Luxury Brand

  “Wellness is a luxury brand. Verdant Corpora is a luxury brand. If you want to make a goop-ton of money and be thriving ambassadors of Verdant Corpora, it is imperative that you understand, and embody, our Culture of Wellness.”  – from my parody, Yours in Wellness, Krystal Heeling.   Hi guys, Wellness is a […]

Sam and Ella

Sam and Ella

A little food poisoning for the Pro-Vegan movement. Hope you guys get it! 😉 By the way, these are all original creations from my rad brain. If you want this ( or any of my crazy jokes) on a mug, organic tote bag or a magnet, just shoot me a message. I can arrange it […]

Should Kids Go Back to School during the Coronavirus

Should kids go back to school and the Coronavirus, with Dr. Jonas Ludvigsson

Whether or not kids should go back to school during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic is a hot topic with strong opinions on both sides of the issue.  This includes expert public health opinions on both sides of the issue, so it’s not as if all the public health professionals support one side over the other. […]

Manic Kingdom: Interview with Psych Central about My Book & The Ambiguity of Diagnosing Mental Illness

Manic Kingdom: Interview with Psych Central about My Book & The Ambiguity of Diagnosing Mental Illness

Below is a video interview I did with Gabe Howard and The Psych Central Podcast about my book Manic Kingdom, mental illness and embracing ambiguity.  I will admit that I was caught off guard during the interview, because I didn’t realize it was expected that each guest has a mental illness diagnosis. ( I should […]

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