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New set of Alzheimer's trials focus on prevention
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Stroke: A growing global burden
Stroke is a public-health problem that tends to affect poorer countries more and leaves richer countries with ballooning medical costs. Yet it is often preventable. By Zoe Corbyn.
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Promising new era dawns for cystic fibrosis treatment
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An easy way to boost a paper's citations
An analysis of over 50,000 Science papers suggests that it could pay to include more references.
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Prevention: Lessons from a sunburnt country
  • Zöe Corbyn
  • Medicine, Political Science
  • Nature
  • 20 November 2014
Countries that can't persuade people to stay safe in the sun could learn from Australia, melanoma capital of the world.
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White House petitioned to make research free to access
Other science agencies should follow NIH policy, say campaigners.
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Misconduct is the main cause of life-sciences retractions
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Price doesn't always buy prestige in open access
Online comparison tool reveals which journals provide the biggest bang for the buck.
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Paper denying HIV–AIDS link secures publication
Work by infamous AIDS contrarian passes peer review.
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To be the best, cite the best
Citation analysis picks out new truth in Newton's aphorism that science 'stands on the shoulders of giants'.
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