Studies can be statistically powerful and significant, but practically weak and meaningless (and vice versa).
If randomized-controlled trials are considered the gold standard for establishing reliable knowledge, why do we see so many observational studies in public health?
Reporting relative risk values alone can be inappropriate and misleading for the individual and the public.
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There aren’t too many topics that really get me riled up anymore. I’m too old and too busy to care about debating the merits of stem cell research, the legalization of marijuana, or Proposition 8. Sure, I have strong opinions on all of these topics and more, but they are just that – opinions. Furthermore,…