Monthly Archives: October 2010

Two Thoughts About MRSA ST239

Waiting three years to find out about an infectious disease problem.
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Posted in Antibiotics, Healthcare, MRSA, Public Health | 3 Comments

Our Pro-Bank Policies Are Losing the Elite

It’s still somewhat encouraging that the captured economic media are starting to become disgusted.
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Posted in Bidness, Big Shitpile, Housing, News Media | 4 Comments

The Culture of Poverty Depends on Which Neighborhood’s School a Child Attends…

Who coulda thunk it? Poor students do better in schools with fewer poor students overall.
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Posted in Education | 6 Comments

Links 10/26/10

What a difference a good night’s sleep makes. I feel like I could conquer the world.
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Posted in Lotsa Links

Movement Conservatism, the 2010 Version

It apparently involves stomping on women’s heads.
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Posted in Civil Liberties, Conservatives | 6 Comments

The Unspoken, yet Vital Component of Hertability Estimates: Is This a Problem for GWAS?

Until we characterize the environment more rigorously–and healthy and diseased isn’t going to cut it–we have to treat many of these heritability estimates, and the attempts to explain the underlying contributions of genes, as speculative.
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Posted in Environment, Genetics, Genomics, Human Genetics | 6 Comments

Links 10/25/10

Links for you.
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Posted in Lotsa Links | 1 Comment