Monthly Archives: June 2014

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

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Book Review: An Astronaut’s Guide to Life on Earth

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

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Why I am a product manager at PLOS: Linking up value across the research process

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Getting to the Bottom of Fecal Transplants

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Student Blogging and Effective Teaching: Neuroanthropology in Action

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Do antihistamines make you gain weight?

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Soothing psychotherapists’ brains with NeuroBalm

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Bullet Points: This article has no waiting period

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Repost: The Latest and Greatest in Treatment for PTSD: Magic Bullets and Cutting Edge Innovation

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