Category Archives: Public Health
If you are new to this blog, you should know that our laboratory and collaborators work on all aspects of physiologically-active compounds from natural sources – plants, fungi, bacteria, marine organisms, etc. So, I am equally interested in prescription drugs and herbal or non-botanical dietary supplements. There are still some products on the shelves of […]
I’m still not sure that a PepsiCo blog could have been acceptably hosted anywhere here at ScienceBlogs. But had it been approached by seeking the professional expertise of bloggers and the tapping into community discussions that once existed at this network, we could have saved management from themselves.
You reap what you sow.
Regardless of the content that will appear at the PepsiCo-sponsored blog, ScienceBlogs has just hammered many nails into the coffin of its reputation and made itself the topic of journalistic breach of ethics for the entire blogosphere and in J-school classroom discussions next semester. Idiotic, embarrassing, and disrespectful of the bloggers who have built ScienceBlogs readership over the last four-and-a-half years.
HBCU medical schools at Morehouse, Meharry, and Howard lead “social mission” metric – Annals of Internal Medicine
Have you ever seen Duke, Stanford, and Johns Hopkins at the bottom of any ranking?
A warm-welcome to yet another top-tier science writer, this time in the area of infectious diseases and food safety.
More hearings, more heavy metal contamination, more than likely: no real action.
Key West Community College demonstrates an important purpose of a strong, geographically-diverse community education system.
Being a collegiate freshman with access to world-class health care does not alone confer immunity
NEWSFLASH: News outlets overinterpret in vitro anticancer studies of mushroom extract. But the real story is how NHS Choices took it apart and took the Daily Express to task.
Sex for socialists?