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The evolution of sedentary time

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My journey from civil war to global health

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Was It Unethical to Hoax the World About Chocolate as a Weight Loss “Accelerator”?

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What I Learned About Health From Reporting It

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What the pot and pain pill overdose study teaches us about ecological fallacies

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The Top Eleven Ways to Tell that a Journal is Fake

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

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