Last week, two young women were arguing about the color of zombies in a waiting room at Mass General. When a doctor appeared, they asked her for an opinion on whether zombies should, by rights, be green or gray. The doctor thought for a second and said, "I don't know, but I'll ask my friend Dr. Schlozman -- he's been driving us nuts all week trying to get us to watch zombie movies."
TRASH TALK10 years agoMarch 5, 1999 | Seth Mnookin shadowed the National Enquirer’s executive editor David Perel at the publication’s offices in South Florida.“Perel spends much of his day on the phone with various Enquirer correspondents around the country. Around 11 a.m., he does his daily checkup with New York: ‘And then we always have the drugs to add to the other story.
When I was moving to this great city a whole four months ago, I was told repeatedly to watch out for the Boston 'tude, attitude that is. I have to say I've run into quite a number of 'tudey Bostonians, but guess what? There's hope. A Harvard Medical School and UC San Diego study, published today in British Medical Journal, reported just knowing a generally happy person makes you 15.