by Bernie Siegel M.D.: Forgive me if in this column I simply share with you some of the things that fascinate me and teach me about myself and life.
The meaning of existence was to preserve unspoiled, undisturbed and undistorted the image of eternity with which each person is born. Like a silver moon in a calm, still pond. –Alexander Solzhenitsyn
STANFORD, Calif. — In a bioengineering laboratory at Stanford University, Christopher Contag, a microbiologist, is designing new approaches to “virtual” pathology.
by Bernie Siegel M.D.: Susan has lived for thirty years with scleroderma. She was originally told all she had was a hope and a prayer.
by Bernie Siegel M.D.: After reading Joyce’s book and thinking about the title I was reminded of the Biblical message that when life and death are placed before us we are to choose life.
by Bernie Siegel M.D.: Why do I think children become bullies? The opposite of love is indifference and so many children act out to get attention through bullying, aggression and violence.
by Bernie Siegel M.D.: Most medical school applications of today state that the candidate for admission is interested in and fascinated by the human body.
by Bernie Siegel M.D.: This article is written for two groups. Number one the women who need to be educated about the behavior of men in a crisis
by Bernie Siegel M.D.: Love and laughter are required to build and hold our lives together. For me love makes up the bricks which we build out of.
by Bernie Siegel M.D.: Many years ago I was asked to see a young woman everyone thought had appendicitis. I didn’t agree