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Rifts and Bright Spots in Evidence-Based Medicine

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Evidence Live and Kicking (Part 1)

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Mind Your “p”s, RRs, and NNTs: On Good Statistics Behavior

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Long Overdue: Is the Question of Induction of Labor and Cesarean Section Settled?

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Is a Baby Aspirin a Day the New Apple?

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Resveratrol Hangover: Waking Up After Hypothesis Bingeing

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Science in the Abstract: Don’t Judge a Study by its Cover

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A Viewer’s Guide to Mammography Evidence Ping-Pong

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Are meta analyses conducted by professional organizations more trustworthy?

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Bambi meets Godzilla: Independent evaluation of the superiority of long-term psychodynamic therapy

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