SOURCE: AMA Journal of Ethics
by Sabrina Strings
Beneath the statistical and scientific imprimatur of the measurement lie a host of assumptions that the bodies of affluent white people are normal and those of others are deviant and deficient.
SOURCE: Made By History at the Washington Post
by Simon Torracinta
Now that the diabetes drug has been used off-label to suppress appetite, scientists are speculating about its use to suppress neurological aspects of addictive behavior. History suggests this is misguided.
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