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Zoobiquity with Dr. Barbara Natterson-Horowitz and Katheryn Bowers.
Our delightful little Fox Terrier-Corgi mix dog, Bella, died 4 days after Christmas in 2012. She was 12, and like most animals had stayed in the pink of health her whole life until the malignancy that killed her started invading. What is it that animals can teach us about health and the science of healing? That’s what I’ll be discussing with Dr. Natterson-Horowitz and Katheryn Bowers, hearing incredible stories (like the one about fish that faint) and what we can learn about disease and health by studying those “other animals”. In my work, I’ve learned how to work with emotions from those “other animals,” so it’s only natural that I also go to that well to find out how to better work with health.
With a bachelor's degree from Stanford University, Kathryn Bowers has written and edited fiction and nonfiction books and articles and taught writing at UCLA. She began her career in journalism as a staff editor of the Atlantic Monthly and worked for James Fallows, the Washington Editor of the Atlantic, and for CNN-International in London. Kathryn later served as an assistant press attaché at the United States Embassy in Moscow, where she received a State Department Meritorious Honor Award for her service.
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