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What is Parlor.me? App’s founder explains social media phenomenon

Stacey Chillemi: How has social media impacted the way we communicate with each other?Joel Schwartz: Social media, while offering many positives, has diminished the art of real life conversation.  It has reduced questions and responses to less than 140 characters.  It’s impossible to have a meaningful conversation when you limit word and character counts.  People have also lost their filter, because of the anonymity of the internet, people are more bold and brash.  They will say things that they would never say face-to-face. Common sense manners and conversational etiquette have gone out the window.Stacey Chillemi: Do you think there is a decline in face-to-face communication?Joel Schwartz: Definitely!  Instead of picking up the phone and calling, people would rather send a text or send an email. ...

AdChoices Ash Sobhe Discovers the Pursuit of Happiness While Venturing Down the Road to Success

Ash Sobhe Discovers the Pursuit of Happiness While Venturing Down the Road to Success

Posted in the Huffington Post Ash Sobhe Discovers the Pathway to Fulfilment Ash Sobhe is a serial tech entrepreneur and a pioneer in youth-related philanthropic missions. He is an out-of-the-box thinker and a world-renowned speaker about his views on freedom, life, happiness, and success.Stacey: You talk a lot about happiness and success, why is that?Ash: Because I am dying, and so are you. Death is inevitable, but I have noticed that in western culture ‘death’ is a topic that is purposefully avoided. In fact, I am sure I have probably shocked a few of your readers with this opening line.In 2014, doctors found signs of tumor-like masses in my brain and I was faced with the pure and raw truth of death. I hadn’t really thought about...


The Horror of Opioids, Hopkins Bioethicist Says Doctors Must Do More To Help Patients Through Withdrawal

 By Katie Pearce After harrowing opioid experience, Hopkins bioethicist says doctors must do more to help patients through withdrawal After a month of white-knuckling his way through nausea sweating, shivering, and depression of opioid withdrawal, Travis Rieder finally gave in and refilled his prescription.But he put that bottle of pills—which he'd been prescribed in the aftermath of a motorcycle accident and several foot surgeries—on his nightstand and didn't touch them. When he got to sleep that night without them, it was his first true rest in days. IN 2013, MEDICAL PROVIDERS IN THE U.S. WROTE NEARLY A QUARTER OF A BILLION PRESCRIPTIONS FOR OPIOIDS. THAT'S ENOUGH FOR EVERY AMERICAN ADULT TO HAVE THEIR OWN BOTTLE OF PILLS. "I had come out on the other side," Rieder, a bioethicist at Johns Hopkins,...