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Skepchick Sundaylies! Penicillin’s Monster, Morning Sickness, the Dangers of Raw Flour, and more!

Sunday Funny: What Brexit means for British science. (via PHD Comics) Mad Art Lab Fighting Penicillin’s Monster: Elizabeth Hazen and Rachel Brown In a time when fungal infections threatened to …

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Skepchick Sundaylies, with Marriage Equality, Cool Bones, and Pharmacy Transparency

Sunday Funny: Is there a difference now? (via Cyanide and Happieness) Teen Skepchick The Best Museum You Never Knew Existed is in Oklahoma City Mindy can’t believe how many bones …

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It’s the Sundaylies, with the Evolution of Sex, How Medicine Gets Approved, and the Weaker Sex

Sunday Funny: Man Tax (via Manfeels Park) Teen Skepchick The Evolution of Sex Alice explores the ways in which sex, from a biological perspective, is so confusing. Mad Art Lab …

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It’s the Sundaylies, with Florence Sabin, the God of Mockery and Scorn, and the Corporate Relationship with GMOs

Sunday Funny: New Horizons (via xkcd) Mad Art Lab Mad Art Cast Episode #14 – Birdman! The Mad Art Cast crew discusses the Michael Keaton movie Birdman. Lymph, There It …

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Doctors Against Dr. Oz: Keep Your Eye on the Snake Oil Salesman

Until recently, Dr. Mehmet Oz’s grip on the nation was firm. Indeed, America’s television doctor has charisma on his side. The handsome host’s demographic is composed largely of adoring women …

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Physicians Speak Out Against Dr. Oz’s Position on Columbia Medical School Faculty

Dr. Oz is America’s trusted television doctor. Though his expertise is cardiac surgery, the Dr. Oz Show covers myriad subjects and tops ratings, with millions tuning in daily to heed …

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Skepchick Sundaylies: Pick-Up Artists, Bad Costuming, Spanking, “Health Food,” and a Tobacco Tax…for kids!

Sunday Funny: Confirmation bias is for everyone. (via Wondermark; HT: Sociological Images) Teen Skepchick The Not So Beautiful Game Step 2: In Which a Good Stiff Motivational Speech Might Be …

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Doctors vs Orgasms

Doctors, hey, can I talk to you for a minute? As a patient? Because I think it’s time we had a chat. See, docs (is it okay if I call …

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