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We Are What We Eat

January 17, 2011 4:54 am

The rate of change in obesity in the U.S. has been particularly rapid with the average number increasing from below 20% in the late-1990s to the current more than 30% rate. Increased consumption of processed foods, decreased physical activity and an aging population are largely attributed to these overweight conditions.  

Two Sides of the Coin

November 4, 2010 5:32 am

Last month, the U.S. Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works held a subcommittee hearing on Toxic Chemicals and Children’s Environmental Health with panel members mostly discussing the problems involved with the proliferation of chemicals in our environment. 

Stimulus Winners and Losers

July 29, 2009 10:47 am

According to a recent report by the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), the global economic downturn has begun to affect innovation as measured by reduced industrial investment in R&D and a smaller number of recent patent filings.

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When Evidence Suggests Otherwise

May 21, 2009 8:41 am

What if I told you that most of the antibiotics you were taking were no better than a placebo, and that my statement was based on peer-reviewed medical research? The next time you went to the doctor for an illness, would you still ask him to treat you with those same medicines?

Mixed Bag for Global RD Recession Spending

March 6, 2009 11:56 am

Whatever their political leanings, researchers in the American scientific and medical communities must be more than a little happy at the R&D balance sitting in the Congressional ATM: $21.5 billion.

Improvisational Science

February 12, 2009 9:57 am

Improvisational Scienceby Michael Esposito We all know what improvisation is. The term is usually reserved for comedians “an improv comic,” and sports stars “Lebron James improvised in mid air and made the tough shot.” Adam Mckay, director of Anchorman, Talladega

Improvisational Science

February 12, 2009 7:41 am

We all know what improvisation is. The term is usually reserved for comedians: “an improv comic,” and sports stars: “Lebron James improvised in mid-air and made the tough shot.” Adam Mckay, director of Anchorman, Talladega Nights and Step Brothers is an improv comedy icon. His ability to go off the written script and come up with hilarious lines makes his movies memorable. Even people who haven’t seen Anchorman know about Ron Burgundy’s translation of San Diego.

Making Science a Sport

February 12, 2009 7:27 am

Making Science a Sportby Michael Esposito Yesterday I came up with an idea for a dark, dramatic Mighty Ducks movie. I thought about it all day and came up with a general storyline and a ton of little details. Inspiration

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The Quest for a Cure

February 12, 2009 7:23 am

The Quest for a Cureby Michael Esposito When famous standup comedian Chris Rock told a joke about pharmaceutical companies saying “the money ain’t in the cure, the money’s in the medicine,” while he laughed, you could see there was a

It's Viral Season

February 12, 2009 7:19 am

It's Viral SeasonNo, I’m not talking about this year’s cold and flu season, though I am currently fighting off the sniffles and a sore throat. If you haven’t noticed the contagion of viral videos in your daily travels, you’re missing

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February 12, 2009 7:16 am

  We Proudly Present... ChromatographyTechniques.com November 7, 2008On October 29th, I woke up to find a half inch of snow on my car...an almost unheard of weather event for October here in New Jersey. Little did

Making Science a Sport

February 5, 2009 10:35 am

Yesterday I came up with an idea for a dark, dramatic Mighty Ducks movie. I thought about it all day and came up with a general storyline and a ton of little details.

The Quest for a Cure

January 16, 2009 11:19 am

Chris Rock once said, “The money ain’t in the cure, the money’s in the medicine.” While he laughed, you could see there was a disappointment in his eyes. He didn’t want to have to tell that joke, but comedians are taught to tell jokes about truths. It’s why a quality joke never starts out like, “You know how unicorns are always eating your grass?” Chris rock told the truth in that instance, but I’m also glad to say that the joke might be starting to become outdated.

It's Viral Season

December 11, 2008 6:29 am

No, I’m not talking about this year’s cold and flu season, though I am currently fighting off the sniffles and a sore throat. If you haven’t noticed the contagion of viral videos in your daily travels, you’re missing out on a fairly new wave of Internet video productions that many times receives millions of hits from people passing them on through email, blogs or instant messaging.

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