This changes the economics of ultrasounds... if it works.
I remember the fierce opposition to this ten years ago here in Texas. It was mind-boggling.
On one hand you have religious masses who were against the vaccine thinking vaccinated teenagers would become more promiscuous.
On the other hand, you have the medical community advocating for this vaccine.
The results: A 64% drop of cancer in girls age 14 to 19. And it isn't better due to lower than hoped for vaccination rates (see the one hand, above).
The lesson: Listen to the scientists who actually know what they're talking about.
This is very interesting and makes me feel an urge to go underwater and measure my heart rate.
Interesting read, I never really thought much about it.
People love their pseudoscience and paying attention to bullshit arguments as if they were true. This is just another example.
Schizophrenia has long been blamed on bad genes or even bad parents. Wrong, says a growing group of psychiatrists. The real culprit, they claim, is a virus that lives entwined in every person's DNA.
Very interesting read.
Excellent 19 page strip about homeopathy. If you know anyone who believes in this shit, this is a quick way to educate such person, presented in an easy to digest comic strip format.
Awesome bubble graph (with link to source Google doc).
Sounds too good to be true. A big hoax? A medical miracle? Science breakthrough?
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