Watching What We Watch

by Alexandra Benis | Harvard Public Health Review | September 1, 2000

It is the shift in how violence is portrayed rather than the prevalence of violence itself that most concerns Michael Rich,” Director of CMCH. ““’I think that violence is and will be a staple of drama forever,’” says Rich, who pursued his medical degree after a 12-year career as a film director in both the U.S. and Japan.
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Web-Surfing Parents Need Pediatric Supervision

by Carl Sherman | Pediatrics News | September 1, 2000

The problem with the Internet is that the quality of information varies greatly, so as a source of medical information, it’s not always reliable.


Dr. Michael Rich
says that many people believe “if it’s on the net, it must be the truth. But you have to think of the Internet as a library that includes Danielle Steele along
with Shakespeare.”
Read the full article at Pediatrics News.