Mental Illness in U.S. Presidents--"Call Me Incompetent But Don't Call Me Crazy"
The Long Battle Between Western Allopathic Medicine and Alternative Medicine is Over…pass the peace-pipe
If I Were President Obama’s Health Care Czar - This is what I would tell him
How the Common Lowly Earthworm Led Me to My Life's Unifying Principle
An essay that describes my view of the arts as a spiritual path
Remarks on Bridges
Stress Release: Emerging Tool in Total Stress Management Program
Excessive or poorly managed stress represents a threat to worker health, safety and productivity
Applying lessons from the work of art - Business and Health
Intriguing notions of how the work of being an artist can inform and transform the work environment.
Responsible pleasures: A doctor's prescription for what ails you - The Futurist
For a longer, healthier life, physicians may increasingly prescribe "responsible pleasures" such as artistry, sexuality, and satisfying work.
To the Editor - Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine
Two major trends in the growth of alternative medicine: mind-body medicine and health properties of pleasure.
To the Editor - Re: A new research model for the common cold - Philadelphia Medicine
The limitations of the traditional infectious disease model.
Words - Embodied
Man’s Physiological Need for “Good” Words - The Physician’s Obligation to Provide Them
Keynote Address - “The Arts: Are They Real Medicine?”
Remarks at the Spirit of Hospice Awards Dinner
Alternative Medicine in the Workplace
This paper describes the US workforce in transition, provides an overview of occupational medicine including current programs and emerging issues, describes the current applications of alternative medicine interventions in the workplace, and argues for future expanded application of alternative medicine in workplace settings.
A Case for the Arts: As or In Religion
Women in the Workplace: From Stress to Strength
A Rationale for the Cross-Cultural Use of Graphic Symbols in Occupational and Environmental Health Education
Workplace Stress, Depression, and the Overuse of Antidepressant Drugs in the Workplace
Biomedical Reductionism Falls Short