Fowler never tied for the lead like Spieth managed, but still made sure that nothing was settled until the final putt of the day. Fowler clawed to within a shot of Reed with a birdie on No. 18, forcing the soon to be Masters champ to put together one more solid hole..
Home Blog Stress Management Is Mindfulness at Work Detrimental? A Cautionary Tale About Scientific Research and the Dangers of OvergeneralizingAs consumers of news, we often take things we read at face value. This can be especially true of scientific research that we read in the newspaper and elsewhere, where we often don’t question the claims that are being made. But we need to learn to be cautious consumers, reading the fine print; we also need to be accurate scientists, being careful that our claims match the research conducted; and we need to rely on our media to make sure that what is being published is accurately portrayed, as it will likely influence a wide audience, often naive to the subject matter at hand.While scientific research can be extremely beneficial for understanding human behavior and guiding us towards practices that are “evidence based”, we have to be cautious about the conclusions that we draw from such research, and make sure these conclusions don’t generalize in ways that go far beyond the scope of the research that was actually conducted.
What is Cancer?The first thing to understand about cancer is that it is not a single disease, but a series of different disease types. The defining factor that makes a disease cancer is that the disease itself involves the reproduction of abnormal cells. These abnormal growths may spread throughout the body in malignant forms of the cancer..
If you have a guilty conscience, you will be weak and fail at last. Therefore, taking responsibility is believing in yourself rather than in others. Why shall the right track ultimately lead to success despite twists and turns? Because once choosing the right track, you dare to take responsibility, have a broad mind, and have the capability of solving every problem, crisis and contradiction..
Images of those minutes kept coming into my mind during the remainder of the afternoon and as I tried to go to sleep last night. Nearly every sense was saturated with input: slippery floors, shouted orders, red blood brown stool, ringing pages, splatters, needles, cracking ribs. And I wondered, kind of job do I have? What would it be like to sit behind a desk, sip coffee, and sort through e mail and messages? In medicine, we tweak the inner workings of an amazing machine, our finesse guided by thousandsof years of experience, by the scientific method, by love, by art.