Harvard’s William Kaelin wins Nobel Prize in physiology or medicine

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Kaelin: Uh, I hope you’re all having a nice day, but I’m going to go out on a limb and say, it’s not as nice as the day I’m having. Crowd: Cheers! What my co-awardees and I identified was a molecular pathway that allows cells to sense oxygen and depending how much oxygen they are […]


Addtabz (Non-Prescription Adderall) Advertised in Harvard Crimson
23
September

Addtabz (Non-Prescription Adderall) Advertised in Harvard Crimson

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shortly after news came out of a massive cheating scandal at harvard harvard is back in the news for something less serious but more ridiculous and so this is the ministry of the harvard crimson it is harvard student newspaper is currently running advertisements for ad touts the adderall alternative so these are supposed to […]


Prescription drug monitoring programs and safety practices
10
September

Prescription drug monitoring programs and safety practices

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SCOTT G. WEINER: Prescription drug monitoring programs are very powerful databases that currently 49 states have implemented. It’s a pretty new thing. They have just started in the past– maybe five years or so for most states, although a handful of states have had them for a couple of decades. The new thing about this […]