polyunsaturated fatty acids

When I was learning how to do word problems in elementary school, we were taught to ask ourselves a few questions after arriving at an answer. One of them was, "Does my answer make sense?" For example, if a problem asked how many apples a person can buy if he has $5 and each apple costs 50 cents and your answer is negative 17 million, something has gone horribly wrong.

Does my answer make sense? is such a great question, that every published scientific paper henceforth should be required to answer it explicitly. Perhaps we would avoid seeing papers with titles like this:


Revised by Ruth Kava, Ph.D., R.D., Director of Nutrition, ACSH

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Joseph F. Borzelleca, Ph.D.
Medical College of Virginia

Dale J. Chodos, M.D.
Kalamazoo, MI

Dean O. Cliver, Ph.D.
University of California, Davis

Michael A. Dubick, Ph.D.
Fort Sam Houston, TX

Ronald E. Kleinman, M.D.
Massachusetts General Hospital

Manfred Kroger, Ph...