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

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5 Shortcuts to Keep Data on Risks in Perspective

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Worms in the Big Apple: Identifying Patterns of Toxocariasis Infection in New York City

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Vacation: What’s the Point?

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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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The Disease Prevention Illusion: A Tragedy in Five Parts

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5 Key Things to Know About Meta-Analysis

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Voices, silence, strength and Judith Lumley: A women in science mentoring tale

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Biomedical research: Believe it or not?

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