Worth reading: Ebola, artificial sweeteners, and outdated parking laws

A few of the recent pieces I've liked:

Everything Tara C. Smith at Aetiology is writing about Ebola, especially her re-post of What's it like to work an Ebola outbreak?

Chris Young at the Center for Public Integrity: Critic of artificial sweeteners pilloried by industry-backed scientists

Dena E. Rifkin in Health Affairs: A Fighting Chance: How Acute Care Training Is Failing Patients With Chronic Disease

A-P Hurd at CityLab: How Outdated Parking Laws Price Families Out of the City

Charles Orenstein at ProPublica: Suspicious Prescriptions for HIV Drugs Abound in Medicare

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