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No depression. In the s, Cousins played a prominent role in bringing the Hiroshima Maidens , a group of twenty-five Hibakusha , to the United States for medical treatment. In the s, he began the American-Soviet Dartmouth Conferences for peace process. Cousins also wrote a collection of non-fiction books on the same subjects, such as the Who Speaks for Man?
He also served as president of the World Federalist Association and chairman of the Committee for Sane Nuclear Policy , which in the s warned that the world was bound for a nuclear holocaust if the threat of the nuclear arms race was not stopped. Cousins became an unofficial ambassador in the s, and his facilitating communication between the Holy See , the Kremlin , and the White House helped lead to the Soviet -American test ban treaty, for which he was thanked by President John F.
Cousins did research on the biochemistry of human emotions, which he long believed were the key to human beings' success in fighting illness. It was a belief he maintained even as he battled in a sudden-onset case of a crippling connective tissue disease , which was also referred to as a collagen disease. Rusk's rehabilitation clinic confirmed this diagnosis and added a diagnosis of ankylosing spondylitis.
He took massive intravenous doses of Vitamin C and had self-induced bouts of laughter brought on by films of the television show Candid Camera , and by various comic films. His positive attitude was not new to him, however. He had always been an optimist, known for his kindness to others, and his robust love of life itself. In a commentary questioning whether Cousins cured his disease, Florence Ruderman wrote, "It seems entirely possible that what Cousins had was an acute attack of an arthritic condition which then subsided, slowly, but quite naturally.
Later in life he and his wife Ellen together fought his heart disease , again with exercise, a daily regimen of vitamins, and with the good nutrition provided by Ellen's organic garden.
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Cousins was portrayed by actor Ed Asner in a television movie, Anatomy of an Illness , which was based on Cousins's book, Anatomy of an Illness as Perceived by the Patient: Reflections on Healing. He and other members of the Cousins family were also taken aback by the casting of Asner, due to the fact that the two men bore scant physical resemblance to each other. But Asner tried faithfully, Cousins felt, to convey the spirit of his subject, and once the film was completed, Cousins was said by Asner to look upon the movie with a certain degree of tolerance, if not with delight.
Cousins died of heart failure on November 30, , in Los Angeles , having survived years longer than his doctors predicted: 10 years after his first heart attack, 26 years after his collagen illness, and 36 years after his doctors first diagnosed his heart disease. He and his wife Ellen raised four children: Dr. He is survived by his children and by 26 grandchildren, and he is buried at the Mt. An obituary containing further information, mainly of his writing and editing career, was published by the December 2, edition of The New York Times ,  a day after his death was reported.
Cousins received the inaugural Helmerich Award in The Peggy V. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. American political journalist, author, professor, and advocate. West Hoboken, New Jersey , U.tomanake.tk
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