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14 posts from October 2009

If asked what a doctor does, most people would probably come up with the standard description of diagnosing and treating disease. But that turns out to be only a part of the job, often a very small part. Read more →

Today's post is from Steven I. Apfelbaum, author of Nature's Second Chance: Restoring the Ecology of Stone Prairie Farm. Apfelbaum is founder, president, and senior ecologist of the firm Applied Ecological Services, known for its international science-based ecological design and... Read more →

Nancy Polikoff: Who is "Family" When We Talk About Family Caregiving Leave?

How do we define family relationships in regard to giving caregivers leave from work? Nancy Polikoff looks at what she thinks is the fairest option. Read more →

Today's post is from Robert Kunzman, author of Write These Laws on Your Children: Inside the World of Conservative Christian Homeschooling. Kunzman spent ten years as a high school teacher, coach, and administrator and is currently an associate professor in... Read more →