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Your Smartphone Just Diagnosed You with Postpartum Depression

Depending on your perspective, Twitter can either be a valuable source of breaking news, or a fire hose of miscellaneous, often dubious information. Microsoft researchers are investigating whether the microblogging service could serve another, more scientific function—to spot signs of postpartum depression in new mothers based on changes in how and what they tweet.The research is in its early stages and in some ways relies heavily on data that’s easy to misinterpret...

May 3, 2013 — Larry Greenemeier
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#SciAmBlogs Thursday - D j Vu, Saturn's Hurricane, Elite journals, Scientific Fraud, and more.

- Jody Passanisi and Shara Peters - Research in the Digital Age: It’s More Than Finding Information… - Joel Taylor - Saturn’s Hurricane - Darren Naish - Herring gull eats sea star, and other tales of larid gastronomy - Dana Hunter - The Woman Who Crossed the Cascades and Inspired Batman - Hadas Shema - Elite journals: to hell in a handbasket? - Scott Huler - Even Counting Votes too Scientific for North Carolina - Susana Martinez-Conde and Stephen L...

STAFFMay 2, 2013 — Bora Zivkovic

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