Also of interest:
Offensive Play by Malcolm GladwellRead more: http://www.newyorker.com/#ixzz2Jvjx5Mmz
Michael Specter: Is Dr. Oz Doing More Harm Than Good?
Read more: http://www.newyorker.com/#ixzz2JvkS9qJs
Life DOES have a funny way of repeating itself. Happy Groundhog Day! http://youtu.be/tSVeDx9fk60 via
10 Life Lessons from 'Groundhog Day': http://www.flavorwire.com/368169/10-life-lessons-from-groundhog-day …
"Tweet as you would be twoten to."
Read Times Q&A with Singularity guru Ray Kurzwel, then me on why he's wrong. http://nyti.ms/Ysy3Cw http://spectrum.ieee.org/biomedical/imaging/the-consciousness-conundrum …
Weighing the End of Life http://nyti.ms/Wm6gS4
Drowned in a Stream of Prescriptions-The suicide of Richard Fee highlights issues in the treatment of A.D.H.D., as youths fake symptoms to feed their addictions to potentially dangerous stimulants.
The Boy With a Thorn in His Joints-When 3-year-old Shepherd Strauss got sick, his parents turned to doctors and drugs. But they couldn’t anticipate that what would help him feel better didn’t come with a prescription.
People often ask what is modern medicine's equivalent of blood letting. It's missing trial data. Future generations will be baffled. (https://twitter.com/bengoldacre/status/297446525666217984)
Unilaterally Raising the Scientific Standard http://t.co/fxnhDn43 Neuroscientist voluntarily renounces bad scientific practices.
Genomic Analysis, the Office Edition
By ANNE EISENBERG
By KATIE THOMAS
Editorial | The Gun Challenge: Dangerous Gun Myths Guns are a public-health issue, worthy of serious research $$