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Heartland Healing

Vaccines: A Shot in the Dark

Sexperts: Dr. Sofia Jawed-Wessel

Sexperts: Nanci Kavich

Sexperts: Kristen Lilla

Heartland Healing

Good Vibrations — the Cure for Hysteria

Just over 100 years ago, the most common cause for a woman to visit her family physician was a bad case of hysteria, a scourge once common in the 1800s that struck women of child-bearing years, married or single, young or old. Hysteria was officially a female illness and by the 1890s, these patients comprised a significant proportion of many a physician’s practice.

Most of us understand the word “hysterical” in its...

Photo On the Road to Nowhere

The era of the automobile is about to end. Within 15 years, 95 percent of the cars on the road will be gone, replaced by self-driven options. Cities will be finned with tiny, self-directed electric vehicles, some just bog enough for one person, that can be summoned from a cell phone and will drive commuters to their destination for just pennies. The sort of cargo that trucks used to drive across the country will,...

Heartland Healing

The Willing Suspension of Critical Thinking

I recently enjoyed a memorable time visiting with dear friends from the past and present. It was a reunion of sorts, hosted in Hollywood, for a close-knit group of creative folks who lived and worked together during a remarkable period, the golden era of modern recording, the 1970s. That was the decade when the rudiments of music production met evolving digital technology and opened the door to the ability to shape...

Doctor Mysterian

<p>There are strange days ahead for liquor drinkers.</p> A bottle in front of me

Technology is going to bring about a massive change in the way alcohol is consumed, the type of alcohol that is consumed, and the way we experience alcohol. One of the biggest shifts will be the development of a drug that will reverse the experience of drunkenness. With one pill, a person can go from drunk to sober in an instant. The drug will initially be developed as an antidote to potentially lethal alcohol...

Doctor Mysterian

<p>Our future selves will have whatever faces we want whenever we want them.</p> Eyes Without a Face

The present's peculiar obsession with plastic surgery will continue toward even more dramatic versions in the future. For those who wish to remain young-looking, it will be possible to freeze a face at a certain stage of aging and leave it there forever. Some will choose to look 18 for the rest of their lives, some will eternally appear to be in their mid-20s, and some will prefer a lifetime of appearing to be a...

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