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Terence P Ward is a business writer and journalist who blogs under the rather cumbersome moniker of True Pagan Warrior.  He can generally be found at home, tending to his gardens and the many demands of his cats; in the alternative, follow TPW on Facebook

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  • Jamie
    Jamie Friday, 30 August 2013

    I wish I could say that I was surprised...

    Thanks for sharing this with us.

  • Ted Czukor
    Ted Czukor Monday, 02 September 2013

    Reading the link to the NPR article, I got the impression that there were too many variables for the study to reach any definite conclusions - notwithstanding our natural assumptions about money motivations and varying education levels. It is inescapable, however, that our family's financial status will have an effect on us from birth.

  • Terence P Ward
    Terence P Ward Wednesday, 04 September 2013

    I agree that the causes were not entirely clear -- my take was that money is likely a factor, but not necessarily a conscious factor.

  • Ted Czukor
    Ted Czukor Wednesday, 04 September 2013

    Yes, I agree. Point well taken.

  • Greybeard
    Greybeard Tuesday, 03 September 2013

    Doctors market their services like used car salesmen. They always try to SELL you as much "treatment" as you will buy. My father and his sisters were born at my grandmother's home. That was before the medical business convinced every women to pay huge sums of money for their services that are harmful as often as beneficial. If you break a bone they can help. Otherwise, stay as far away as you can manage.

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