1. "52 Proven Stress Reducers" from Texas Woman's University.

  2. SuicideGirlX: ex-SuicideGirls speak out.

  3. "Confessions Of A Non-compliant Patient" by Judi Chamberlin:
    A famous comedian once said, "I've been rich, and I've been poor, and believe me, rich is better." Well, I've been a good patient, and I've been a bad patient, and believe me, being a good patient helps to get you out of the hospital, but being a bad patient helps to get you back to real life.

  4. The first photograph:
    In the window of his upper-story workroom at his Saint-Loup-de-Varennes country house, Le Gras, he set up a camera obscura, placed within it a polished pewter plate coated with bitumen of Judea (an asphalt derivative of petroleum), and uncapped the lens.

  5. "Doctors' Moral Views Influence Their Advice To Patients" by E. J. Mundell:
    ...nearly one-third (29 percent) of physicians interviewed said they would balk at referring a patient to another doctor for a procedure or drug they felt qualms about recommending themselves.

  6. "Dealing With Website Plagiarism" by Amit Agarwal:
    What should you do when someone copies an article from your blog or steals your website graphics without permission?

  7. The Press Institute For Women In The Developing World:
    The Institute was founded on the belief that journalism is an empowering tool that can bring voice, strength and light to issues that are hidden and people who are oppressed. It is in this vein that the Institute trains women in developing countries to serve as reporters and writers in their own communities.

  8. "Your Guide To RSS" by Mark Glaser:
    You’ve probably seen the letters “RSS” or the orange icon at the left on your favorite blogs or news sites and wondered what it was for. RSS is a format and a process for syndicating web content. RSS variously stands for Really Simple Syndication or Rich Site Summary.

  9. "8 Reason Why The Masses Love Lists"