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For both artisans and consumers grappling with chronic illness and mental health issues, the world of miniatures has become a healing refuge.
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Alexander Hamilton was right. In my experience, in health care, it's the immigrants who are most diligent, and most willing to listen to their patients.
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After learning to live with her psoriatic arthritis, television personality and entrepreneur Nitika Chopra has one simple message about chronic illness.
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With Ruth Bader Ginsburg's death, there's now one less person on the Supreme Court to defend my healthcare.
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After lupus, my fertility became the elephant in the room on every date. But ultimately, I learned there's no right or wrong time to share details of your health.
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Born with spina bifida, Tatiana A. Lee is fighting for the representation of disabled people by working with Apple, Netflix, and more.
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When I was face-to-face with the Atomic Bomb Dome, I expected to feel a connection to history. I didn’t expect to see a reflection.
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“The bourgeoisie will remember my carbuncles until their dying day," Karl Marx once wrote. 150 years later, it's time to think about them again.