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Why there's no Ebola treatment or vaccine yet, in one chart - Public Health

Ebola: Why here, why now, and why so deadly? - Public Health

Ebola: Why here, why now, and why so deadly? - Public Health

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Fish-eating spiders more common than previously thought / ScienceNow

Slideshow: Fish-eating spiders more common than thought

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Think you know why obesity rates are rising? You're probably wrong. - Public Health Perspectives

Public Health Perspectives

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I write lots of little things for Medscape. See them here.

True or false: Calipers Are The Best Way To Measure Body Fat | The Performance Menu Journal

True or false: Calipers Are The Best Way To Measure Body Fat

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'Female' Hurricanes Are Deadlier

'Female' Hurricanes Are Deadlier

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Hearing aids that work with smartphones are revolutionizing the industry - Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Book Review: 'Struck by Genius' by Jason Padgett and Maureen Seaberg

Why it's so easy to believe our food is toxic - Public Health

Your germy digital footprints are everywhere. Scientists are watching. - Public Health

Program maps patterns of asthma varieties - Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Good and bad ideas from 1875's "City of Health" - Public Health

Did inbreeding doom the Mammoth? AAAS Science Now

Microbial Signature of Crohn's Disease Revealed - Scientific American

Friendly Fungus Protects Our Mouths From Invaders | Science/AAAS | News

Sea Turtles' "Lost Years" Transatlantic Journey Mapped for First Time | Scientific American

Is Tylenol safe during pregnancy? Trick question. - Public Health

Breaking the cold chain: Why ditching refrigerators is a big deal for Africa - Public Health

When Vitamins Backfire - Public Health

True or false: You can't build muscle with body weight exercises / Performance Menu

Ants build rafts on the backs of their young / AAAS Science Now

Prions Are Key to Preserving Long Term Memories / Scientific American

ScienceShot: New Beetle Named After Darwin and David Sedaris

True or False: For stronger punches, focus on leg training - Beth Skwarecki | Combat Sports Articles | The Performance Menu Journal