On Wednesday, the Centers for Disease Control announced the results of its first multi-year analysis of HIV incidence in the United States from 2006 to 2009. The paper, which published in PLoS ONE, found that though the rate of HIV infection remained steady; it disproportionately affected several racial and ethnic populations in the United States. The paper received a lot of media attention and was covered by: NPR, The New York Times, CNN, Huffington Post, Washington Post, and the San Francisco Chronicle among others.
This week, the paper Diagnosis of Alzheimer’s Disease Based on Disease-Specific Autoantibody Profiles in Human Sera also received media coverage. Some of it came from The Times of India and The Star-Ledger.
What People Believe about How Memory Works: A Representative Survey of the U.S. Population received coverage from: Not Exactly Rocket Science, ABC News, Scientific American (blog), The Huffington Post, and msnbc.
The paper, Adipocyte Hypertrophy, Fatty Liver and Metabolic Risk Factors in South Asians: The Molecular Study of Health and Risk in Ethnic Groups (mol-SHARE) was covered by: CTV, French Tribune, and The Globe and Mail.
The manuscript, Adaptive Evolution of the Venom-Targeted vWF Protein in Opossums that Eat Pitvipers, received media coverage from: i09, Discovery News, and The Hindu.
The paper, Functional Tooth Regeneration Using a Bioengineered Tooth Unit as a Mature Organ Replacement Regenerative Therapy received global media attention. Some of the media outlets that covered the paper include: Reuters, Times of India, and ABC News 24.
The paper, What Happened to Gray Whales during the Pleistocene? The Ecological Impact of Sea-Level Change on Benthic Feeding Areas in the North Pacific Ocean received media coverage from The New York Times,Discovery News, and LiveScience.
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