Monthly Archives: September 2011

The Sexual Miseducation of American Youth

This past Monday celebrated World Contraception Day, a international campaign for sexual and reproductive health supported by a coalition of medical societies, scientific companies and non-governmental organizations. As part of this campaign, these organizations conduct an annual multi-national survey of … Continue reading

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After the Towers Fell

Ten years ago this week we experienced the worst terrorist attacks in US history. In many ways, September 11th, 2001 was the defining moment of our generation. Most of us still vividly remember where we were and what we were … Continue reading

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The True Nature of Sport

Earlier this week, the 2011 IAAF World Championships began in Daegu, Korea. For nine days, top athletes from around the globe will be competing in a variety of track and field events. By the time this commentary airs, the fate … Continue reading

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