The other day I was gathering the trash from the house and collecting it in our larger trash cans in our garage. One of them already contained a huge bag of Lay’s potato chips. It was there on top of some leaves. It was empty. This was a bit strange because we don’t buy chips very…

Over thirty years ago she was driving alone at night in a rough area of downtown Los Angeles. Catherine had exited from the freeway. As she braked at the end of the off-ramp the engine died suddenly. All the lights went out—headlights, dash lights—everything. Worse yet, the inside of the car began filling with smoke….

Barton Sparagon, MD, says impatience is killing us. E-mail, cell phones, and laptops are to blame. We bring work home. We bring work on vacations. Technology has increased the pressure to do more in the same number of hours. And our impatience has led to some serious health problems. Heart attacks, palpitations, depression, anxiety, immune disorders, digestive ills, insomnia and…

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