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Late Spring Cold? Here's What Works
Consumer Reports via The Washington Post—This isn't traditional cold season in the U.S., but summer colds are a bummer. If you've got one, you want to get well as soon as possible. But what can help? Consumer Reports reviewed the effectiveness of many of your grandmother's traditionally recommended treatments.
The New York Times—The study's senior author warns this is association, not proof of causality. "We found that people with A.L.S. were five times more likely to have been exposed to pesticides, but we don't want people to conclude that pesticides cause A.L.S.," says Dr. Eva L. Feldman, a professor of neurology at the University of Michigan.
ABC News—""Going on a special diet is a big deal. It instills in children fear of food. It's not very easy to do," says Dr. Richard Besser, the chief health editor for ABC News. He says the push toward gluten free is "all about marketing."
Who Pays for Medical Research? Government Funding vs Industry Funding of Clinical Trials
Berkeley Wellness—There have been fewer government-funded studies on medical treatments during the past decade, while industry-funded clinical trials have risen sharply, according to a study in the Journal of the American Medical Association.
What is Caffeine Vaping, Risks of Inhalable Caffeine
Berkeley Wellness—If you like coffee, drinking it is one of life's small pleasures, all the better because it has a mild stimulant effect (assuming it's not decaf) and thus perks you up. So why would marketers try to replace it with inhalable caffeine? Follow the money.
HIV Resource Center: An Open Letter to My Future Sex Partners
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