What I’m Reading: Articles on genetics, depression, hospitals, and disability

These days, I spend a lot of time with my Iphone. When I'm nursing Marilee, I read. I have an app for the New York Times, the Atlantic, Time Magazine, Redeemer Presbyterian Church, Christianity Today, and the ESV Bible. Although I wish I had more time to offer my own thoughts and questions prompted by what I'm reading, the Iphone isn't very conducive to typing. So here's a list of articles I found interesting in the wee hours of the morning:

Nature or Nurture? Karen Swallow Prior reflects on the way Christian theology and genetics support the same conclusions: "Sin and the Double Helix."

Postpartum Depression for Dads?

What Makes a Hospital Great? It isn't necessarily the expertise of the staff, but the way the staff communicates with one another…

Disability In Japan: a reflection on the recent disaster from the eyes of the most vulnerable.

And finally, the conflict over visitation rights for triplets whose mother suffered severe brain damage while giving birth.

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