Saturday Stories: Banal Antisemitism, Quitting Surgery, And Brain Quackery
Stephen Daisley, in The Spectator, on
the United Kingdom’s Labour birthday party and the banality of antisemitism.
Miko, in Mind Body Miko, on
the unpleasant aspect of turning into a surgeon.
Joanna Hellmuth, Gil Rabinovici, and Bruce Miller, in JAMA, on
the upward thrust of quackery for dementia and mind well being (learn it
sooner than it disappears in the back of the paywall).