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Do older mothers really live longer? And what does it mean if they do?

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Anthrax, false research, triglycerides, mea culpa, cellphone freedom

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California quaking, swearing off showers for science, overselling the microbiome, MERS update, tropical diseases, cats vs. dogs

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Female vs. male research, vaginas, elderly sperm, Nate Silver’s 538, MERS, racial genetics

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Modern Humans: Were We Really Better than Neanderthals, or Did We Just Get Lucky?

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Sexing research, Stem cells for the heart, Climate change on Fox News

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For Yeast’s Sake: The Benefits of Eating Cheese, Chocolate, and Wine

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INFLATION and the origin of the Universe(s)

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Creation vs Evolution: Why science communication is doomed

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Microbe Counts and Transgenerational Epigenetics

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