We thought we’d change things up and, instead of individually reposting what we publish on Diversity New Zealand’s social networks, today we start a monthly digest. Enjoy :)
We’ve almost come to take cancer for granted — even accept it as fate. We see it as this mysterious medical problem that’s suddenly become pandemic, at least in the western world. Meanwhile, friends tell me other life-threatening conditions like heart failure are decreasing.
Originally posted on dpsn:
This month I sat down with Kiran to talk about gender, colonisation and community:
Originally posted on melt your mind:
Cognitive scientist Donald Hoffman is trying to answer a big question: Do we experience the world as it really is … or as we…
Originally posted on I Think Differently:
Source: Satan’s Little Helper Satan’s Little Helper is a reformed sinner, on a quest to cut a break for good souls who keep getting…
If you see the benefit of CleverCare for yourself or someone else, do contact them directly or let me know so I can pass the interest on to Maria and her team. There is a cost but I understand it can be funded by the likes of ACC or Individualised Funding. And of course, the bigger CleverCare’s market, I’m sure the more cost effective they can become.
I’m pleased to be able to promote yet another example of Kiwi ingenuity and entrepreneurship, so please help me by sharing this post.