Friday Blog Roundup

Ruth Levine of Global Health Policy offers the AIDS-Malaria link as a reason disease-by-disease thinking isn’t the way to go.

Richard Littlemore at DeSmogBlog reports on which US publishers don’t think their audiences can handle George Monbiot’s book “Heat: How to Stop the Planet from Burning.”

Dave Munger at Cognitive Daily describes research into improving mood with fast thinking and positive statements.

Jordan Barab at Confined Space has the goods on the nominee for EPA’s Inspector General position.

Page Rockwell at Broadsheet considers the prospects for getting HPV vaccine Gardasil to women around the world.

Andrew Leonard at How the World Works cites data from a new FAO report on world agriculture and suggests that we’ll soon have an answer in the technological optimism vs. Malthusian limts debate.

Integrity of Science — one of the newest members of the ScienceBlogs empire — highlights some of the key points from the “Defining and Protecting the Integrity of Science” session of the American Geophysical Union’s fall meeting.

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