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What doctors don’t learn about death and dying

What doctors don’t learn about death and dying

I learned about a lot of things in medical school, but mortality wasn’t one of them. I was given a dry, leathery corpse to dissect in my first term — but that was solely a way to learn about human anatomy. Our textbooks had almost nothing on aging or frailty or dying. How the process unfolds, how people experience the end of their lives and how it affects those around them? That all seemed beside the point. The way we saw it — and the way our professors saw it — the purpose of medical schooling was to teach us how to save lives, not how to tend to their demise.The one time I remember...

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Atul Gawande
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You’re sitting wrong — and your back knows it. Here’s how to sit instead

You’re sitting wrong — and your back knows it. Here’s how to sit instead

This post is part of TED’s “How to Be a Better Human” series, each of which contains a piece of helpful advice from people in the TED community; browse through .One of the side effects of working from home full-time because of the pandemic is working with a less than ergonomically ideal setup. Most of us didn’t have a home office space ready and waiting when we began to shelter in place, so if you’ve spent the past two months shifting around on a borrowed dining room chair with a cushion wedged behind you, you’re not alone.But no matter our seating arrangements, there are some important...

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Will Cathcart: The future of digital communication and privacy

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Barry Schwartz: The paradox of choice

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Morra Aarons-Mele: 3 steps to stop remote work burnout

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Jessy Kate Schingler: Civilization on the Moon -- and what it means for life on Earth

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How to listen — really listen — to someone you don’t agree with

How to listen — really listen — to someone you don’t agree with

This post is part of TED’s “How to Be a Better Human” series, each of which contains a piece of helpful advice from people in the TED community; browse through .Listening may not be the most exciting part of conversation, but it’s essential if you want to have a meaningful exchange with another person.Think about a time you felt misunderstood by somebody. Did you defend yourself? Correct them? Or simply disengage? Regardless of your response, you likely didn’t feel comfortable with them.Now think of how it feels to be understood — you can relax, you want to open up, you feel more trusting....

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The 7 types of rest that every person needs

The 7 types of rest that every person needs

This post is part of TED’s “How to Be a Better Human” series, each of which contains a piece of helpful advice from people in the TED community; browse through .Have you ever tried to fix an ongoing lack of energy by getting more sleep — only to do so and still feel exhausted? If that’s you, here’s the secret: Sleep and rest are not the same thing, although many of us incorrectly confuse the two.We go through life thinking we’ve rested because we have gotten enough sleep — but in reality we are missing out on the other types of rest we desperately need. The result is a culture of...

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