Going Grey and Feeling Blue

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Friday, February 20, 2009

On today's show: A New York Times columnist on coping with death. Please Explain is all about how our bodies respond to different colors.

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Dealing with Dying

End of life decisions can be incredibly difficult to navigate, especially when they involve our loved ones. New York Times health columnist Jane Brody presents a practical primer for all the issues (medical, legal and emotional) that we or our loved ones face when dying in Jane Brody's Guide ...

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Please Explain: Emotion and Color

Feeling Blue? Green with envy? Why not try putting on some rose-colored glasses. On this weeks Please Explain learn how color can have a tremendous effect on your mood. Dr. Andrew J. Elliot studies how we respond to color at the University of Rochester. Dr. David Brainard is professor of ...

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