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Nutritional training and doctors

How many times have I heard this phrase: “how do you know, you’re not a doctor”.  This phrase has been used by people criticizing any type of nutritional article. 1,172 more words

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The problem with studies on supplements

I have for a long time been aware that there are some serious issues when new studies come out about a particular vitamin or herb. 1,170 more words

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Wind Industry Seems To Know There's a Problem Without Actually Acknowledging It

U.S. and Chilean researchers join to study wind turbine vibration, dampen unwanted noise.

Virginia Tech — March 30, 2015

Newswise — Wind turbines provide clean, abundant energy and bolster America’s power grid.

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ResearchKit may go beyond individual studies, open up era of 'open-source' medical research

We’ve already seen the potential of Apple’s ResearchKit platform to sign up large numbers of participants to medical studies in an incredibly short time, but a reported conversation between the founder of an open science non-profit and an Apple VP suggests that the potential goes far beyond this. 442 more words

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An adversarial group

I have come to observe that there is an extremely rude and adversarial group of women out there. These women accuse other women of being stupid, of being horrible people, of not loving their children and of fear mongering.   3,259 more words

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Surprising Health Benefits of Drinking Beer

Wine always gets all the attention as the alcoholic beverage with the health benefits, but believe it or not, beer has some too. One of the most surprising benefits of drinking beer is its link to helping hydrate you after a vigorous workout. 270 more words

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CFPs: Medical Humanities & Health Studies Forum

MLA Conference, Austin, 7–10 January 2016

Deadline: March 15, 2015

Futures of Medical Humanities and Health Studies: Proposals for papers charting the future of literary studies of health/care. 107 more words

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