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There is growing evidence that a number of pulmonary diseases affect women differently and with a greater degree of severity than men.
An overview of the new rules to consider where scientific projects include the processing of personal data.
A shortlist of recommendations to promote gender equality in science and stimulate future efforts to level the field.
The distribution of p-values in reported medical abstracts provides evidence for systematic error in the reporting of p-values..
A study of 2011 suggests that highly tweeted articles were 11 times more likely to be highly cited than less-tweeted articles.
Although thinking is the core business of scientists, we rarely ponder how it thrives best; this is ironic, as there is abundant scientific insight to draw upon.
We explore the feasibility and consequences of a Biblioleaks event for researchers, journals, publishers, and the broader communities of doctors and the patients they serve.
NIH launches commenting system integrated within PubMed - huge moment for post publication peer review.