We’ve come a long way from Freud’s couch. The big breakthrough arrived in the late 1980s with the advent of safer and more widely effective drugs, like Prozac
If the 1995 stroke that paralyzed Jean-Dominique Bauby was cruelly premature, at least death had the courtesy to wait until the 45-year-old French journalist finished his last assignment. Less than 72 hours after readers and critics alike hailed as a triumph his memoir of living with locked-in syndrome–a state of virtually total paralysis that leaves the victim, in Bauby’s words, “like a mind in a jar”–the former editor in chief of French Elle magazine died.
We all know that exercise is good for you. Staying physically active helps keep your heart healthy and your muscles strong, and in cancer patients it has even been shown to ward off relapse.
Even the most cunning of slackers may have finally met their match in a new piece of office surveillance software. A program has been developed by U.S