The most interesting paper I (re-)read this week was “Twenty-five years of mTOR: Uncovering the link from nutrients to growth,” by my buddy David Sabatini.
If randomized-controlled trials are considered the gold standard for establishing reliable knowledge, why do we see so many observational studies in public health?
This video is such a powerful case study in how this cycle of pain and shame can be passed from one generation to the next
The purpose of our JC is to continually improve our ability to analyze and interpret research, and share this with the community.
The most interesting article I read this week was this paper on the NHLBI’s recommendations to reduce Lp(a)-mediated risk of cardiovascular disease.
Reporting relative risk values alone can be inappropriate and misleading for the individual and the public.