Because you can never get too much hemolytic uremic syndrome. Erm, that didn’t come out right. Look over there! Links! Science:
Hemolytic uremic syndrome (HUS) in history–part 4: the bigger picture
Epidemiology and social media: conference fail
E. coli: Some Answers, Many Questions Still
Low-calorie diet offers hope of cure for type 2 diabetes
Social Security and Medicare Cuts: Washington’s War on the Young
Why being vegetarian can kill more animals than eating meat
Development Roundup: demand for high-end housing is leading Boston developers to propose new apartment buildings. Now they just need to be built.
Michele Bachmann’s Many Conversions
Human beings are the best/worst species of all time.
Gene Weingarten: How ‘branding’ is ruining journalism (and not just journalism)
Demos on Credit Reporting and Employment; Surveillance, Inequalities and the Labor Market
CEPR: New Report Suggests Work Sharing as Best Means of Preventing Layoffs and Lowering the Unemployment Rate
The Difference Between Testing and Test-Based Accountability