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September 25, 2013
Product Description Butler and Moseley's Explain Pain kicked off a revolution in therapeutic neuroscience education and has become the go to pain bible for clinicians and sufferers alike. With great authority, clarity and engaging images, it answers commonly asked questions such as Why do I hurt? , Why has it spread? and What can I do to help? Explain Pain Second Edition has been updated to draw on increasing support for therapeutic neuroscience education from clinical trials, education science, neuroscience, plain logic and the failure of drug therapy on chronic pain outcomes. Explain Pain is a proven favorite among health texts, giving new and immediate hope to pain sufferers and their family and friends. Explain Pain works! Half-Canadian wire bound. Illustrated. Softcover; 133 pages. 2nd ed.
The Next Frontier Colonizing Mars or more distant planets seems like science fiction. But becoming a spacefaring species may be in our near future. This hour, TED speakers on living beyond Earth--and whether we should. Guests include NASA Chief Scientist James Green, science writer Stephen Petranek, MIT Media Lab researcher Lisa Nip, and astronomer Lucianne Walkowicz.
#508 Freedom's Laboratory This week we're looking back at where some of our modern ideas about science being objective, independent, and apolitical come from. We journey back to the Cold War with historian and writer Audra Wolfe, talking about her newest book "Freedom's Laboratory: The Cold War Struggle for the Soul of Science".