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Mona Gable

Mona Gable
Mona Gable is a writer and journalist whose articles on politics, medicine, travel, and parenting have appeared in the Los Angeles Times, Health, Los Angeles Magazine, Budget & Travel, and Salon, among other publications. She is a contributor to the 2008 anthology, The Maternal Is Political: Women Writers at the Intersection of Motherhood and Social Change and her essays have been published in two bestselling anthologies, Mothers Who Think: Tales of Real-Life Parenthood, and A Cup of Comfort for Mothers and Daughters.

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Life in the Data

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Fifty-Fifty: Whether to Test for Huntington’s Disease

“I had no idea which of my parents carried the gene,” writer Mona Gable recounts. But the death of her brother led her to find out if she carried the marker.

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To Protect Against Meltdowns, Banks Must Map Financial Interconnections

A new model suggests looking beyond balance sheets, studying the network of investment as well.

Big Government, Happy Citizens?

You may like to talk about how much happier you'd be if the government didn't interfere with your life, but that's not what the research shows.

Give Yourself a Present for the Future

Psychologists discover that we underestimate the value of looking back.

In Soccer as in Art, Motifs Matter

A new study suggests a way to quantitatively measure a team’s style through its pass flow. It may become another metric used to evaluate potential recruits.

Searching for Everyday Morality

Experimenters use text messages to study morality beyond the lab.

The Big One

One in three drivers in Brooklyn's Park Slope—at certain times of day—is just looking for parking. The same goes for drivers in Manhattan's SoHo. September/October 2014 new-big-one-3

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