Cathren Housley

Cathren Housley

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Cathren is a multidisciplinary artist and a board member of the Peace Flag Project. Current projects: giant flags, documentary films and children's workshops with the Providence Community Libraries. Website: thepeaceflagproject.org

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Articles by Cathren Housley

Alt-Health: Where Does Personality Start?
April 24, 2019 No Commentby

Alt-Health: Where Does Personality Start?

If life were a game and you entered at square one, there is only one thing that you would bring ...

Advice from the Trenches: Trauma and Suicide
April 17, 2019 No Commentby

Advice from the Trenches: Trauma and Suicide

Dear B&C Can you explain something to me? I read about the wave of suicides that comes one year after ...

Alt-Health: Life-Changing Bariatric Surgery
April 10, 2019 No Commentby

Alt-Health: Life-Changing Bariatric Surgery

When the question of weight has passed from being a matter of vanity to becoming a dangerous health condition, a ...

Advice from the Trenches: Not a Pretty Girl
April 3, 2019 No Commentby

Advice from the Trenches: Not a Pretty Girl

Dear C and Dr. B; I have a friend who told me that every time someone tells her that she’d ...

AltHealth: Can Alzheimer's Disease Be Prevented?
March 27, 2019 No Commentby

AltHealth: Can Alzheimer’s Disease Be Prevented?

I watched my father turn from a marathon runner and 11-time elected public official into a shrunken, lost soul, as ...

Alt-Health: Little White Lies Lead to Big Problems
March 13, 2019 No Commentby

Alt-Health: Little White Lies Lead to Big Problems

PD Ouspensky once wrote that man could be classified as “an animal that lies.” This is most certainly true. Much ...

Advice from the Trenches: Aimless Kid
March 6, 2019 No Commentby

Advice from the Trenches: Aimless Kid

Dear C and Dr. B; My daughter is 23. In high school she was very rebellious and saw my strictness ...

AltHealth: The Damaging Anti-Vaccine Movement
February 27, 2019 No Commentby

AltHealth: The Damaging Anti-Vaccine Movement

It just was announced that a second child has died this year in RI from flu complications. At least three have ...

Reflections: URI's latest art exhibit celebrates Black History Month
February 20, 2019 No Commentby

Reflections: URI’s latest art exhibit celebrates Black History Month

The current exhibit at the URI campus includes, “Civil Rights Are Human Rights: Icons of the Civil Rights Movement,” which ...

AltHealth: That Quiet Place Inside
February 13, 2019 No Commentby

AltHealth: That Quiet Place Inside

The US currently ranks highest in healthcare spending among the world’s developed nations. Our average cost per capita is $10,029 ...