The Role of Social Media in Disaster Psychiatry (or how I became a fan of Facebook)

The Role of Social Media in Disaster Psychiatry (or how I became a fan of Facebook

Unfortunately, science education research and practice tend to exist in parallel universes. If we care about science education, we have to face the research

Yet another thing for which to blame/thank your mother – your microbes | PLOS Biologue

Yet another thing for which to blame/thank your mother – your microbes

Yet another thing for which to blame/thank your mother – your microbes | PLOS Biologue

Practical Tips on Writing a Book from 23 Brilliant Authors

Practical Tips on Writing a Book from 23 Brilliant Authors

Diverse perspectives on science and medicine

A single dose of dextrose gel, rubbed inside a newborn’s mouth an hour after birth, can lower their risk of developing low blood sugar, according to a randomized study published in PLOS Medicine by Jane Alsweiler from the University of Auckland, New Zealand, and colleagues. The study, designed to investigate the optimal dose and timing …

A single dose of dextrose gel, rubbed inside a newborn’s mouth an hour after birth, can lower their risk of developing low blood sugar, according to a randomized study published in PLOS Medicine by Jane Alsweiler from the University of Auckland, New Zealand, and colleagues. The study, designed to investigate the optimal dose and timing …

Positive psychology is mainly for rich white people

Positive psychology is mainly for rich white people

A head-to-head comparison between 20 sessions of cognitive behavior therapy and 2 years of psychoanalysis for purging and binge eating in bulimia

Exercising 10 minutes a day can boost life expectancy

Exercising 10 minutes a day can boost life expectancy

Regular physical activity that can include brisk walking may increase life expectancy by nearly two years, say U. researchers who found some benefits regardless of body weight.

PLOS ONE’s Spookiest Papers of 2016 | EveryONE  #BlackDeath #Health #medicine #MICROBIOLOGY #Openaccessjournals #Pestis #plague #PLOS #PLOSONE #Yersinia #Yersiniapestis Check more at https://scifeeds.com/social-media-item/plos-ones-spookiest-papers-of-2016-everyone/

PLOS ONE’s Spookiest Papers of 2016 | EveryONE #BlackDeath #Health #medicine #MICROBIOLOGY #Openaccessjournals #Pestis #plague #PLOS #PLOSONE #Yersinia #Yersiniapestis Check more at https://scifeeds.com/social-media-item/plos-ones-spookiest-papers-of-2016-everyone/

Confirming what health professionals have long suspected, a new study published in the journal PLOS Medicine provides some of the strongest evidence yet that obesity is indeed a cause of vitamin D deficiency. The large study was a collaborative effort between U.S. and European researchers, and was funded by the British Heart Foundation and the …

Confirming what health professionals have long suspected, a new study published in the journal PLOS Medicine provides some of the strongest evidence yet th

PLOS Medicine: Biomarker Profiling by Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy for the Prediction of All-Cause Mortality: An Observational Study of 17,345 Persons

Biomarker Profiling by Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy for the Prediction of All-Cause Mortality: An Observational Study of Persons

Published research findings are sometimes refuted by subsequent evidence, says Ioannidis, with ensuing confusion and disappointment.

Why Most Published Research Findings Are False by John P. Ioannidis article with graphs)

PLOS Medicine: Living Systematic Reviews: An Emerging Opportunity to Narrow the Evidence-Practice Gap

PLOS Medicine: Living Systematic Reviews: An Emerging Opportunity to Narrow the Evidence-Practice Gap

This Week in PLOS Medicine: Noncommunicable Disease Prevention in LMICs, Active Commutes in Urbanizing India, & Traffic Crashes as a Neglected Issue | Speaking of Medicine

This Week in PLOS Medicine: Noncommunicable Disease Prevention in LMICs, Active Commutes in Urbanizing India, & Traffic Crashes as a Neglected Issue

This Week in PLOS Medicine: Noncommunicable Disease Prevention in LMICs, Active Commutes in Urbanizing India, & Traffic Crashes as a Neglected Issue | Speaking of Medicine

PLOS Medicine: Serotonin and Depression: A Disconnect between the Advertisements and the Scientific Literature

Many ads for SSRI antidepressants claim that the drugs boost brain serotonin levels. Lacasse and Leo argue there is little scientific evidence to support this claim.

PLOS Medicine: Initial Severity and Antidepressant Benefits: A Meta-Analysis of…

Initial Severity and Antidepressant Benefits: A Meta-Analysis of Data Submitted to the Food and Drug Administration

A new study published today in  PLoS Medicine  re-evaluates the role of public reporting of hospital-acquired infection data.

Baby and maternal deaths soar in Sierra Leone amid Ebola fears – researchers

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