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Categories: Associated Press

11/30/2016

AP story on skin patch sweat monitor may make readers wonder: News or marketing?

11/18/2016

Thorough and well-done: AP story on Vivitrol injections for inmates with opioid use disorder

10/31/2016

Testing cholesterol in toddlers: AP story says it ‘could help’ but study didn’t show that

10/25/2016

PulsePoint app for cardiac arrest: AP story left us with more questions than answers

9/15/2016

AP’s look at baseline concussion testing for student athletes lacked critical eye

8/1/2016

Can exercise ‘undo’ sedentary harms? AP story makes observational data sound definitive

7/12/2016

AP takes pains to point out lack of long-term data for new dissolvable stent

1 6/27/2016

Google Glass for autism: AP story is shortsighted on evidence

6/1/2016

AP story on chest-protecting athletic gear skims over evidence

2/16/2016

Good AP story well told about research to help preemies