Some things you can't hear too many times.
By Jacob Goldstein
If there's any way out of our current health-care morass, it's this: In health care, more expensive care is often no better than less expensive care. We were reminded of this fact by a front-page story in this morning's WSJ,…
For a while that seemed to hold true. The biology seemed sound and all was very reassuring. Then, suddenly, in the 2007-2008 flu season the H1N1 seasonal influenza (not the swine flu H1N1) developed Tamiflu resistance and in a remarkably short time almost all of the H1N1 seasonal flu was resistant…
Nurses and doctors have won a victory in their battle for their "right" to infect patients with easily prevented pandemic influenza.
Judge Halts Flu Vaccine Mandate For Health Workers
Posted via web from David Dobbs's Somatic Marker
I have the pleasure of judging some of the entries to the Research Blogging Awards this year. I can't tell you who the winners will be, because I don't know. But for the fun of it, I'm going to throw a few bits and pieces of some of the entries here.
I will say this: The science blogosphere is…