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Should Professions Like Pilots Have Less Medical Privacy?

April 17, 2015

Since it was revealed that Andreas Lubitz – the co-pilot who purposefully crashed Germanwings Flight 9525, killing 150 people – had been treated for psychiatric illness, a debate has ensued over whether privacy laws regarding medical records should be less strict when it comes to professions that carry special responsibilities

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Mad Cow Disease In Texas Man Has Mysterious Origin

April 17, 2015

It began with anxiety and depression. A few months later, hallucinations appeared. Then the Texas man, in his 40s, couldn’t feel or move the left side of his face. He thought the symptoms were because of a recent car accident. But the psychiatric problems got worse. And some doctors thought the man might have bipolar disorder

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Are Food Additives Evil?

April 17, 2015

An almost civil debate. The Food Babe, essentially, never met a multi-syllabic ingredient she could bring herself to like. Science Babe seems to think we should all be drinking BHT-laced smoothies. That’s a bit of an overstatement, to be sure—but so is most everything that these warring factions are spewing out in their battles over the additives that lace your food

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Alzheimer’s: What the Mice Are Really Telling Us

April 17, 2015

The latest reports of a dementia breakthrough illustrate the dangers of overhyping cutting-edge research into drugs and disease

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