Links 8/15/15

Links for you. Science:

Frances Oldham Kelsey, Who Saved U.S. Babies From Thalidomide, Dies at 101
Don’t Hit Send: Angry Emails Just Make You Angrier. Venting is bad for us, research shows; It makes us angrier, and it is easier than ever to vent online and on social media
Photos Capture Schools of Hawaiian Fish in Hypnotizing Shapes
Important gaps found in evidence for best methods for cleaning hospital rooms to prevent healthcare-associated infections
Not Vaccinating Children Is the Greater Risk


Kevin Johnson’s Cronies Trump Up Racism Scandal Against His Enemies
The Beatings Will Continue Until More People Want The Job
Right wing blowhards try to disprove they are right wing blowhards by acting like right wing blowhards
Nobody Will Be Able To Get To Work
Pastor says belief in evolution has killed 55 million Americans as he praises God for his trigger finger
Teacher to Chris Christie: Here’s my face. Go ahead and punch it.
School Scandals Reveal the Problem with Grading Schools
Nashville non-shooting illustrates the wisdom of better gun control
A Friend’s Experience with Planned Parenthood and Miscarriage
Schumer’s Betrayal
Most parenting advice is worthless. So here’s some parenting advice.
NY Times Covers National Teacher Shortage, But Misses Point Of Why It’s Happening
Mississippi Poverty and the Utter Failure of the American Dream
New York State Test Questions Tricky for 3rd Graders, and Maybe Some Adults
Tenured Radicals
The New York Times Ignores The Real Cause Of The Teacher Shortage.

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2 Responses to Links 8/15/15

  1. onkelbob says:

    Re: venting; it’s bad in another way no discussed in the article. The saying, misery loves company, indicates that misery likes to drag other non-misery suffering individuals into the the fold.
    Got a problem – don’t bring it to me unless you have a solution you want to discuss.

  2. Vic says:

    The article states: “The research has been clear for decades: Venting is bad for us.” Yet only mentioned one study by Dr. Brad Bushman. Do you know where i could find all these other research articles that state venting is bad for us?
    I would ask the author of the article but don’t care to create an account @ WSJ just for that nor ask her on twitter or email. Thanks

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