Is arsenic in rice safe? Does it cause cancer? Is rice cereal safe for children? These questions are explored in this post.
This post explores the CDC vaccine schedule or CDC immunization schedule. It also outlines problems with the Sears vaccination schedule or alternate vaccine schedule.
New moms are told that breast is best. But how important is breastfeeding when looking at real world outcomes?
Surveys show most consumers don't know much about GMOs. In this post, we review key terms and common myths about GMOs.
This post outlines safe, effective options for lice removal.
There are many birth control options. This post describes what an IUD is, how they work, and some reasons they might not be as widely used as they could be.
SciMoms chats are a series of articles based on our everyday conversations. Today, the SciMoms discussed the continuing trend of pharmaceutical companies closing their neuroscience divisions. Alison is a neuroscientist who studies the role of epigenetics in Parkinson’s disease. Layla is a molecular geneticist who works in the biotech sector. The original conversation has been edited … Continue reading SciMoms Chats: Pfizer closes neuroscience division
SciMoms Chats are a series of articles based on our SciMoms chat. Yesterday, we discussed placebos after reading a new study about the efficacy of acupuncture for pain relief in cancer patients. The original conversation has been edited for clarity and references added where needed. Alison: This study is interesting: (Acupuncture in cancer study reignites … Continue reading SciMoms Chats: Placebos and Compassion