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Categories: Associated Press


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


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


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


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


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


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


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

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Google Glass for autism: AP story is shortsighted on evidence


AP story on chest-protecting athletic gear skims over evidence


Good AP story well told about research to help preemies