Hey, TIME: mice are not people
Does sex lead to sharper seniors' minds?
Bad habits back for BMJ news releases
On treatments, tests, products, procedures
Visit each link to hear from patients and doctors about why these matter, and to see Thumbs up and Down story examples.
There are multiple ways to search our reviews. You may search by keyword, news source or review rating.
This story describes a new way to calculate mortality risk from a treadmill test as a silver bullet that can save lives in minutes at no cost and no risk. A competing LA Times story on the same study was better.
This story is about access to a marijuana-based extract called cannabidiol oil. But we’re not necessarily talking about something that’s synthesized at the local dispensary. This is a pharmaceutical cannabidiol product that can be obtained with FDA permission by physicians through an Investigational New Drug application. The story should have made this clear.
I’ll be attending the Lown Institute’s Right Care conference in San Diego next week. Come back to this blog for...
A paper in The BMJ, “People’s willingness to accept overdetection in cancer screening: population survey,” paints a picture of how...
On TIME.com today, “New Hormone Discovered That Curbs Weight Gain, Diabetes Just Like Exercise.” Here’s a fun little reader survey:...