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Seek, Knock, Ask

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One hundred years ago, Dr. Albert Abrams was the most celebrated physician in the United States. He singlehandedly pioneered a revolutionary way of tackling illnesses and disease.  “The spirit of the age is radio, and we can use radio in diagnosis,” he declared. Thus Abrams created “spancho-diagnosis,” which involved the use of an electronic device called a dynamizer to analyze patients’… Read more »

Seeing God’s Face

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Imagine not being able to recognize faces. That’s the central characteristic of a neurological disorder called prosopagnosia, or “face blindness.”  The term combines the Greek words for “face” and “lack of knowledge” (agnosia is related to agnosticism, the theological position of those who don’t know if God exists).  Neurologists are still trying to unravel its mysteries.  Prosopagnosia seems to be… Read more »