Worth Reading: Stents, Ebola, and Bedbugs

A few of the recent pieces I've liked:

Charles Ornstein at ProPublica: Cardiac Society Draws Bulk of Funding from Stent Makers

Deborah Blum at Speakeasy Science: A Chemical (Battle) Cry

Tara C. Smith at Aetiology: Ebola in Uganda: current and past outbreaks

Tim Lougheed in Environmental Health Perspectives: Phosphorus Paradox: Scarcity and Overabundance of a Key Nutrient

Maryn McKenna at Superbug: Drug-resistant bacteria in bedbugs

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