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All the Rage

13 Apr Crooked

Cathryn J Ramin's heavily researched look at the back pain industry, "Crooked: Outwitting the Back Pain Industry and Getting On the Road to Recovery", is painfully satisfying to read - especially for people who have struggled with back pain and the surgeons, pushers, and needle jockeys that profit from it. Ramin's book is framed by her personal journey to...

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02 Mar Everybody Loves Data

post by Michael Galinsky and Suki Hawley In the mid 18th century, before the world knew about germs, a Hungarian doctor named Ignaz Semmelweis worked in an Austrian hospital where the death rate of women giving birth was 13% because so many were dying of fever after birth. At a nearby midwifery, the death rate was only 2%. Semmelweis...

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16 Nov Raging around New York

I am exhausted today; just totally wiped out. I just got back from New York where we premiered our new film "All The Rage (saved by sarno)" at the DocNYC film festival. When I travel I do a lot of photographing- mostly with my phone- and the energy that I expend "noticing" the world is enormous. When I first...

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07 Nov Zen Whack

Untitled from rumur on Vimeo. The first class I took in college was "Theism, Atheism, and Existentialism", and the first book I had to read was Sartre's "Being and Nothingness". It took me all night to get through 3 paragraphs and I was so out of my league that I thought I might have to drop out. After a...

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05 Aug Evidence

I posted two articles to the “All The Rage” facebook page yesterday. One was about a New York Times article that called into question the practice of performing certain types of back surgeries when the data that exists suggests that it is no better than a placebo. The other was a first person article by a doctor...

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