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Researchers from Virginia Commonwealth University released life expectancy calculations for four cities, part of a broader series whose aim is to influence social policy.
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“A Surprisingly Welcome Atmosphere” A vaunted new study says women have it easy in STEM fields. Don’t believe it. http://www.slate.com/articles/double_x/doublex/2015/04/no_sexist_hiring_in_stem_fields_a_vaunted_new_study_makes_that_claim_unconvincingly.html?wpsrc=sh_all_dt_fb_bot
I’m a physicist by training, with four years of college and six of graduate school. During that time, I had a total of three female professors in my math and science courses (one each in math and chemistry in college, one in physics in graduate school). If I’d happened to...
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What if every creative endeavor had to go through Peer Review? http://elifesciences.org/content/4/e07157
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A $10,169 blood test is everything wrong with American health care
http://www.vox.com/2014/8/15/6005953/a-10169-blood-test-is-everything-wrong-with-american-health-care
It's an incredibly basic test done millions of times a year. So why does one California hospital charge more than $10,000?
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Schizophrenic Brains Not Fooled by Optical Illusion http://www.wired.com/2009/04/schizoillusion/
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Training Physicians to Think Broadly About Health and Wellness http://blogs.einstein.yu.edu/training-physicians-to-think-broadly-about-health-and-wellness/
Every Saturday morning, I see patients at the Bronx Transitions Clinic, which serves formerly incarcerated individuals. For most of my patients who are coming home from prison, acquiring stable housing and employment is a higher priority than managing their chronic illnesses. As a primary care ...
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by Danielle Pasquel The direct link between socioeconomic status and human health has been well established in the field of public health. Poor communities face an array of distinct economic and so...
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by Arthur Ruiz A little bit of bad science can go a long way Historians of science have always appreciated the collaborative efforts of communities of researchers, whose individual efforts can resu...
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How well do you know Einstein? Test your knowledge of the 20th century's most celebrated genius.
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by Leah Guthrie What we do in our free time often reflects our preoccupations. For a newly growing city like London in the eighteenth century, binge drinking gin served as a favored pastime; especi...
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Sharing interesting developments in biomedicine and clinical science.
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The Einstein Journal of Biology and Medicine (EJBM) allows medical and graduate students of The Albert Einstein College of Medicine to acquire experience and expertise in the management and editorship of a medical scientific journal and serves as an intellectual forum for the medical scientific community.