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Abstract

Some health professionals save lives; however, all health professionals have the power to save humanity. By saving humanity, I mean restoring mankind’s humaneness, which is the capacity to act with benevolence and compassion towards each other. The daily news, which is rarely new anymore, is all about war, terrorism, migrant crises, human trafficking, child abuse, mass shootings, and stories that reflect mankind’s inability to get along with each other and the planet. The remedy for our ailing humanity is right under our noses.

Author Bio(s)

Peter G. Holub, DPM, PhD, is an Associate Professor of Health Sciences in the College of Health Care Sciences at Nova Southeastern University in Ft. Lauderdale, FL.

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