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    • Why We Think We're Getting Good Health Care - and Why We're Usually Wrong
    • By: Robert Pearl
    • Narrated by: Jaime Renell
    • Length: 11 hrs and 58 mins
    • Unabridged
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    Do you know how to tell good health care from bad health care? Guess again. As patients, we wrongly assume the "best" care is dependent mainly on the newest medications, the most complex treatments, and the smartest doctors. But Americans look for health-care solutions in the wrong places. For example, hundreds of thousands of lives could be saved each year if doctors reduced common errors and maximized preventive medicine.

    • 5 out of 5 stars
    • A must read for anyone concerned about Healthcare

    • By Amazon Customer on 01-31-18
    • Why We Think We're Getting Good Health Care - and Why We're Usually Wrong
    • By: Robert Pearl
    • Narrated by: Jaime Renell
    • Length: 11 hrs and 58 mins
    • Release date: 05-02-17
    • 4.5 out of 5 stars 46 ratings

    Regular price: $29.65

    • The New Yorker, January 1st 2018 (James B. Stewart, Lauren Collins, Jonathan Blitzer)

    • By: James B. Stewart, Lauren Collins, Jonathan Blitzer
    • Narrated by: Jaime Renell
    • Length: 2 hrs and 12 mins
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    In this issue: "Christmas Stories" by Adam Gopnik: The interrogation of tradition; "The Virtuoso" by James B. Stewart: A tech pioneer's unexpected last act; "The Home Front" by Lauren Collins: Leïla Slimani's dark explorations of our most intimate taboos; "Trapped" by Jonathan Blitzer: On Long Island, immigrant teen-agers are caught between a gang and the law.

    Regular price: $5.95

    • The New Yorker, December 18th and 25th 2017: Part 2 (Ariel Levy and D. T. Max)

    • By: Ariel Levy, D. T. Max
    • Narrated by: Jaime Renell
    • Length: 1 hr and 52 mins
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    In this issue: "The Poetry of Systems" by Ariel Levy: For Ophelia Dahl and Partners in Health, the time to fix global health care is in between crises. "The Numbers King" by D. T. Max: Algorithms made Jim Simons a Wall Street billionaire. His new research center helps scientists mine data for the common good.

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    • The New Yorker, November 27th 2017 (Alex Okeowo, Alec Wilkinson, Nick Paumgarten)

    • By: The New Yorker
    • Narrated by: Jaime Renell
    • Length: 2 hrs and 5 mins
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    The 11/17/17 issue of the New Yorker.

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    • The New Yorker, December 4th 2017 (Ben Taub, John Seabrook, Jia Tolentino)

    • By: Ben Taub, John Seabrook, Jia Tolentino
    • Narrated by: Jaime Renell
    • Length: 2 hrs and 10 mins
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    In this issue: "A History of Paranoia" by Jelani Cobb: The new politics of race; "The Emergency" by Ben Taub: Around Lake Chad, the world's most complex humanitarian disaster is unfolding; "Top Jocks" by John Seabrook: Puerto Rico's Ortiz brothers are lighting up New York's racetracks; "Killing It" by Jia Tolentino: Is there something wrong with millennials; "Intertwined" by Anthony Lane: A review of Call Me by Your Name.

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    • The New Yorker, December 18th and 25th 2017: Part 1 (Nathan Heller, Jiayang Fan, Zoë Heller)

    • By: Nathan Heller, Jiayang Fan, Zoë Heller
    • Narrated by: Jaime Renell
    • Length: 2 hrs and 10 mins
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    In this issue: "How Low Will They Go?" by Amy Davidson Sorkin: Roy Moore and the G.O.P.; "Beauty Is Justice" by Jiayang Fan: Meitu's apps are remaking China's rising generation, one face at a time; "The Digital Republic" by Nathan Heller: Has a tiny post-Soviet nation solved the problems of twenty-first-century America?; "Infidels" by Zoë Heller: A couples therapist gives adultery a chance; "Paper Chase" by Anthony Lane: A review of The Post.

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    • The New Yorker, November 13th 2017 (Larissa MacFarquhar, Ian Frazier, Steve Coll)

    • By: Larissa MacFarquhar, Ian Frazier, Steve Coll
    • Narrated by: Jaime Renell
    • Length: 1 hr and 54 mins
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    In this issue: "A Long Year" by Steve Coll: The Trump administration's looming political crisis; "Beacon" by Charles Bethea: At a recent conference in Las Vegas, Barack Obama's official White House photographer revisited his years with the former President; "Our Town" by Larissa MacFarquhar: As America's rural communities stagnate, what can we learn from one that hasn't; "Clear Passage" by Ian Frazier: Revamping the Bayonne Bridge to make space for megaships; "Hue and Cry" by Anthony Lane.

    Regular price: $5.95