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I never really drank seltzer, or as we would say in NY, seltzah. The one morning I found myself waking up in a house full of sleeping people and we had all been partying heavily the night before, and I had some kind of extra-special hangover, the kind you only get if you’ve been ….
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Hispanic children diagnosed with brain tumors get high-quality treatment at hospitals that specialize in neurosurgery far less often than other children with the same condition, potentially compromising their immediate prognosis and long-term survival, according to research from Johns Hopkins published in October’s Pediatrics.
More than a decade after the Institute of Medicine’s landmark report Crossing the Quality Chasm, the Hopkins investigators say their findings detect persistent gaps in access to specialized care among certain patients, raising questions about how far across the chasm we have actually come.
Listed in the Guinness Book of World Records as “the world’s toughest bacterium,” Deinococcus radiodurans can withstand extreme temperatures and drought conditions, lack of nutrients and a thousand times more radiation than a human being.
A new study by Cornell researchers reveals that nitric oxide — a gas molecule used in many metabolic processes in animals and a pollutant in the atmosphere that leads to smog — plays a key role in D. radiodurans’ recovery when exposed to ultraviolet radiation (UV).
In case you are interested, the conversation with Desiree Schell, Omar Mouallem, and me talking about “Getting Noticed” on Skeptically Speaking is in podcast form. Here.
When talking to Satan, just be light and funny!
He makes the argument that what he does is legal. It probably is. But he is still a dickwad.
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NCSE Executive Director Eugenie Scott has joined the Board of Advisors for Scientific American.
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I’ve been checking in on people’s happiness quotients, and I have many things to report. Mostly good, so if you are looking for trouble or just feeling misanthropic, don’t go below the fold.