Harm Reduction

I recently wrote about mortality changes following inadvertent increases in air pollution exposure and found increases in short but not long-term rates.
There comes a point in the care of an acutely critically ill patient when you can do no more for them; you’ve maxed out your options, and the outcome is out of your hands.
As discussed by Drs. Miller and Young, a crisis is underway in scientific research.
Spring break is a chance for many of us to greet the sun, warmth, and the return of spring with its promise of summer.
Join Cameron English and Dr. Chuck Dinerstein on Episode 65 of the Science Dispatch podcast as they examine the science of preserving hearing:
Arsenic, the chemical element (As) thirty-three in the periodic table, combines with oxygen, chlorine, and sulfur in the environment to form inorganic arsenic compounds. These compounds may be present as solid minerals or dissolved in water.
The National Academy of Sciences (NAS) recently released a Consensus Study Report, “Health Risks of
We spoke at length about the public's eroded trust in public health “institutions” due to their actions and inactions -- perceived and real -- during the pandemic.
According to a 2022 study in the Netherlands, over the last three years, one in two researchers had engaged frequently in at least one “questionable research p
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