Saturday, March 3, 2012

Weekend Reading

Here's a mix of interesting articles I've enjoyed or been inspired by this week...

Dr. Tina Strobos, Who Harbored Jews From the Nazis, Dies at 91
As a young medical student in Amsterdam, Dr. Strobos protected more than 100 Jews from capture during the German occupation of the Netherlands.

Safe at Home
Having survived a brutal sexual attack, Lara Logan remains a tenacious journalist, albeit one steeped in risk assessment.

All the Rage
Diagnosed as bipolar, Ayelet Waldman suffered the torrents of hell. Or was it just PMS?

Born to Not Get Bullied
Lady Gaga wants to put an end to bullying, which is both a human rights abuse and a hindrance to education.

What Drives Stella McCartney
Critics used to chalk up her success to her famous name. Then she outworked them all.

60 Lives, 30 Kidneys, All Linked
A record chain of kidney transplants resulted from a mix of medical need, pay-it-forward selflessness and lock-step coordination among 17 hospitals over four months.

Dealing with a Discerning Diner
Do you have a picky eater? Here's how to take the food fights out of mealtime.

A Child of Two Worlds


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