Tag: accepting death

Making the Most of Life

Vraj Patel , March 20th, 2018

We often talk about what it means to “truly live” or even more simply what it means to be considered “living.” This idea was one of the main…

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What Would You Do?

Rachael Lewis , February 22nd, 2018

Equality. A term flaunted in many public circles, political campaigns, and social justice movements. In these instances, “equality” refers to fairness and justice in life; the act of…

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Living longer- How long is too long?

Danielle Antoinette Marhanka , March 5th, 2017

¬†Following a¬†paradigm shift from infectious to chronic disease, life expectancy rose for individuals, currently at 78.8 years of age (U.S based). The article linked below addresses how the…

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Overcoming the Fear of Death Psychedelically

Katherine Ewan , February 15th, 2017

Researchers at NYU and Johns Hopkins Universities have found that a single dose of the psychedelic compound in magic mushrooms, psilocybin, can diminish depression and anxiety related to…

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