When someone makes a nasty quip, cuts us off in traffic, ignores our suggestions or takes credit for our work, we get mad, sad and even angry. Rudeness, even just little, can really hurt

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A Q&A with our Matthew DeCamp, MD, PhD

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New research suggests consumers completely misinterpret on-package nutrition information.

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Michelle Meyer: The district court has granted summary judgment for all remaining defendants as to all of plaintiffs’ remaining claims in Looney v. Moore, the lawsuit arising out of the controversial SUPPORT trial. This therefore ends the lawsuit, pending possible appeal by the plaintiffs

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Science Isn’t Broken

August 20, 2015

It’s just a hell of a lot harder than we give it credit for

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Complaints ensued when attendees at an ecology meeting were asked to get permission before live-tweeting

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South Africa has a patchy array of laws dealing with stem cells. While it does have legislation in place, like many other countries its laws have failed to keep pace with developments in science

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As many as 60,000 American women each year are told they have a very early stage of breast cancer — Stage 0, as it is commonly known — a possible precursor to what could be a deadly tumor. And almost every one of the women has either a lumpectomy or a mastectomy, and often a double mastectomy, removing a healthy breast as well

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