Journalism & Non-Fiction

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I thought I could fix my Alzheimer’s patients. I learned to help them instead. 

 

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Why the US Should Have Universal Healthcare

The GOP’s Health Care Plan: “Universal” Access for the Wealthy

 

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Everything After Z

 

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A night to cheer for Rochester Community Ed grads 

 

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Carol Fulp: Leading a Diverse and Inclusive Future

National Suicide Prevention Month

Vanessa Calderón-Rosado: Paving the Way for Latina Leaders

PTSD Awareness Day on June 27th

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Messed up things about elementary school you only notice as an adult

Secrets of living in Antarctica 

The crazy true story of the guy who lost his memory

Real-life people who had medical conditions named after them

What life is really like after being the president

The bizarre true story of Bigfoot, America’s missing ape

Photos that will change the way you look at history

The untold truth of sacred geometry

Weirdest things people ever believed about Mars

Scary ways technology is tracking you

Fake archaeological finds that nearly changed history

Secrets only one living person knows

 

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The X-Men Movies’ Alternate History Lessons

Logan: Why Wolverine and Charles Xavier Make a Great Team

If Spider-Man 4 Ever Happened

The 17 Best Supervillain Quotes from Comic Book Movies

Spider-Man: Homecoming Trailer Breakdown

Wildly Different Origin Stories for the Joker

15 Things You Need to Know About Charles Xavier’s School for the Gifted

 

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Why I wrote a novel about Alzheimer’s 

 

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10 Surprising Facts about Alzheimer’s

 

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The Value of Speculative Fiction

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One thought on “Journalism & Non-Fiction

  1. “The daily routines of most people are, if closely considered, completely bizarre…With Alzheimer’s, people lose the ability to hide how weird they really are. ” [VOX – Alzheimer’s]

    Precisely!! I have always thought that but have not had enough experience to confirm it. The few experiences I have had visiting various institutions whether a rehab or long term care facility it seemed the folks getting cared for were inappropriately labeled – they weren’t crazy this that and the other, rather they had lost the ability to, as you put it later, to mask themselves.

    What a wonderful article, I especially loved how you shared from your heart, it made me feel as if I was right there with you, experiencing it along side you. I am left encouraged with that spark to continue to think outside the box of a systematic approach and get back to the core of what love really is.

    Looking forward to reading more of your writings!

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