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Open Lab Update: Twenty Days Left!

Only twenty days left for submissions! Dig through your archives, through other people’s archives and submit! I’ve already started to contact potential judges for this year’s anthology...

November 11, 2010 — Jason G. Goldman

What are contemporary warfare's hidden assaults on public health?

DENVER—Few human undertakings have had such apparent and ceaseless negative impacts on human health and well-being as violent conflict. War might seem such an obvious assault on overall public health that it would hardly bear discussion at a scholarly meeting on that subject...

November 9, 2010 — Katherine Harmon

Stem cell research faces uncertain future after the elections

NEW YORK—With a Republican majority getting set to move into the House of Representatives in January—and fewer Democrats returning to the Senate—the upcoming lame-duck congressional session might be a key window for securing the future of stem cell research in the U.S...

November 5, 2010 — Katherine Harmon

What Is Mental Illness? A Mini-Carnival

Welcome to the mental illness mini-carnival! Mental illness, or psychopathology, is a field riddled with controversy and it can be sometimes confusing to wade through all the uncertainty and conflicting data and opinions...

November 5, 2010 — Jason G. Goldman

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