Monthly Archives: July 2018

Links 7/21/18

Links for you. Science: Racial Disparity in K99 Awards and R00 Transitions NASA images peer through the clouds to reveal the landscapes of Titan The myth of clean natural gas Fluoroquinolone Antibiotics: FDA Requires Labeling Changes Due to Low Blood … Continue reading

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In Case You Missed It…

…a week of Mad Biologist links: The Perpetual New Democrat Cringe: The Eric Holder Edition Il Trumpe Is A Bagman: The Turnberry Edition Who Would Jesus Deport? You Are The Traffic: The Metro Repair Edition Canary Death Panels Redux: The … Continue reading

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Links 7/20/18

Links for you. Science: Britain’s prehistoric catastrophe revealed: How 90% of the neolithic population vanished in just 300 years Crows Sometimes Have Sex With Their Dead The Great Barrier Reef Is Losing Its Ability to Recover from Bleaching Events ECRI … Continue reading

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Urgent Care Centers Are Misusing Antibiotics

This is a problem (boldface mine): Visits for antibiotic-inappropriate respiratory diagnoses accounted for 17% (n = 10 009) of retail clinic visits, 16% (n = 441 605) of urgent care center visits, 6% (n = 9 203 276) of medical office visits, and 5% (n = 257 010) of ED visits. Among visits … Continue reading

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Links 7/19/18

Links for you. Science: A cleaning lady went to her car to get a mop and was attacked by 80,000 bees What Breeds Make Up This Mutt? In India, Summer Heat May Soon Be Literally Unbearable Here, Kitty Kitty: D.C. … Continue reading

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Coming Soon

Observed at the corner of 14th St. and Rhode Island Ave NW, Logan Circle, D.C.:

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Too Much Parking

As cities are being recapitalized, albeit by private sources which brings its own problems, land is at a premium. A recent study estimates how many parking spaces five cities, New York, Seattle, Des Moines, Jackson (WY), and Philadelphia, have. It’s … Continue reading

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