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31FRIGHT-master675
June 30, 2015
THE NEW YORK TIMES
Overcoming a Lifetime of Stage Fright

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October 14, 2014
POLITICO MAGAZINE
Scrunched in Seattle
Is this hipster hovel the future of the American city?

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August 2007
STANFORD ALUMNI MAGAZINE
The Dark Side of the Sun
Skin cancer is on the rise, and Stanford researchers are finding new ways to evaluate and treat it—by studying everything from hair regeneration to a rare genetic condition.

esquire
January 2005
ESQUIRE MAGAZINE
The American Dream
In all of Iraq, Jumana Hanna was the bravest witness to the horror of Saddam’s regime, telling the Americans of torture, rape, and mass murder. In Washington, Hanna became a potent symbol of Iraqi liberation, and the Bush administration brought Hanna and her children to the United States for their protection. Then the author discovered the really horrible truth.

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March 2004
OUTSIDE MAGAZINE
Liar, Liar, Chaps on Fire
Hidalgo tells the true story of hero Frank Hopkins. Too bad it’s all hogwash.

wired
September 2001
WIRED MAGAZINE
The Citizen Scientists
How the parents of desperately ill children are rewriting the rules of the medical industry.

svmag
June 18, 2000
SV MAGAZINE
The Stolen Child
Autism—a family’s search for a cure.

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July 1, 2000
HOUSE BEAUTIFUL
In Old Monterey
Historic gardens of Monterey, California.

December 1, 1999
HOUSE BEAUTIFUL
Pathways to Peace

Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Publications


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September, 2014
Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Anthology:
To Improve Health and Health Care, Volume XVI

Video Games and Health

October, 2012
Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Anthology:
To Improve Health and Health Care, Volume XV

Project ECHO: Bringing Specialists’ Expertise to Underserved Rural Areas

January 3, 2011
Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Anthology:
To Improve Health and Health Care, Volume XIV

Dental Health Aides and Therapists in Alaska

September, 2009
Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Anthology:
To Improve Health and Health Care, Volume XIII

Reclaiming Futures

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