For more than 20 years, neurologist Suzanne O'Sullivan has treated
patients who have debilitating physical symptoms -- such as pain
and seizures -- with no identifiable cause. These patients,
O'Sullivan notes, "find themselves trapped in a zone between the
worlds of medicine and psychology, with neither community taking
responsibility." O'Sullivan joins Forum to talk about her new book
"Is It All in Your Head?," an exploration of psychosoma...
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In 1962, Rachel Carson published Silent Spring, her groundbreaking exposure of the environmental harms posed by the mosquito-killing pesticide DDT. Informed by her alarm over the atmospheric testing of nuclear weapons, Carson's work challenged prevailing assumptions about chemical safety and contributed to the birth of the modern environmental movement. A new PBS documentary, scheduled to premiere on January 24, examines Carson's writing, resear...
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