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Statistics Predicted a Healthier Medieval London Following the Black Death

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Why it’s so easy to believe our food is toxic

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The Ten Commandments of Good Psychiatry: Perspectives of a Fundamentalist Psychiatrist

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4 Reasons Why Having a Valentine is Good for Your Mental Health

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Health policy: nanny state or catalyst for change?

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This Week in PLOS Medicine: Poor Health in Rich Countries, Perinatal Mental Health, HIV treatment for Children, and Public Health Models

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‘Social Life of Genes’: David Dobbs’ My Dinner with Andre

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#GlobalHealth: an open letter to the Healthcare Students of the World.

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A changing climate & shifting epidemiology: shared risks and opportunities

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Why is climate change education important to our health?

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