Why did Ross Douthat and Rod Dreher Get Sick?

The Limits of Modern Medicine

In Douthat’s case: Back to the land?

Ross Gregory Douthat (born 1979) is an American political analyst, blogger, author and New York Times columnist. He was a senior editor of The Atlantic. He has written on a variety of topics, including the state of Christianity in America and “sustainable decadence” in contemporary society.

Raymond Oliver Dreher Jr. (born February 14, 1967), known as Rod Dreher,[1] is an American writer and editor. He is a senior editor and blogger at The American Conservative and author of several books, including How Dante Can Save Your LifeThe Benedict Option, and Live Not by Lies. He has written about religion, politics, film, and culture in National Review and National Review OnlineThe Weekly StandardThe Wall Street JournalTouchstoneMen’s Health, the Los Angeles Times, and other publications. — Wikipedia, each

Also, Rod Dreher: Taking Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Seriously