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Of a Boy, a Brain Tumor, and a Battle: A Biofeedback Success Story

My guess is that, as he spent his days in second and third grade as all elementary students do–gazing out the window, learning a bit, chewing up pencils at the electric pencil sharpener, beginning to learn cursive just so they… Continue Reading

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Of Cabbages and Kings and. . . .Warts?: The Dermatological Power of the Hypnotic Mind

I try to appreciate, as the famous vet wrote, “all creatures great and small,” “all things bright and beautiful.” I find spiders entrancing. I won’t kill a waterbug, not matter how much my (grown!) daughter carries on and calls it… Continue Reading