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Out in the cold: Freezing feces and human eggs. Also, scientific easter eggs

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Jack the Ripper, more poison at NIH, Rosetta & the comet

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“Low T” and Prescription Testosterone: Public Viewing of the Science Does Matter

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Mitohype: 3-Parent Designer Babies Who Will Change Human Evolution

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Why DIY fecal transplants are a thing (and the FDA is only part of the reason)

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TLC disappears comments, edits its turd of an anti-vaccine piece. It still stinks.

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On rice and arsenic

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How Much Money Do Drug Companies Pay the FDA?

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Dr. Oz and the Arsenic Thing (A Sequel)

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A Colorful Little Tale of Halloween Poison

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