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Tag: mouse studies

2 7/18/2018

Of news releases and mice


Baby wipes ’cause’ food allergies? What you need to know


Making sense of news based on animal studies: An update to our toolkit


Here’s why you can go ahead and ignore all those clickbaiting ‘olive oil protects against Alzheimer’s’ headlines


Say awwwwwwww: Here’s how to publicize rodent research accurately and adorably


Hibernation for cancer: ‘You wake up the patients and they are cured.’ Say what now?


Use of “cure” overwhelms any caveats coming later in WaPost Ebola story

3 8/21/2013

A “silver bullet” cancer drug…for 5 mice, that is!


Mice confused by Alzheimer’s research – our 3rd “whom to believe?” example this month