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Video: Why submit your research to the BMJ?

The BMJ has produced a short video to help you find out about getting research published there. It includes interviews with published authors and clips from some of the short films that accompany important research articles.Posted at Clinical Cases and … Continue reading

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The two current heavyweight world boxing champions both have PhDs, believe or not

Believe or not, but the two current heavyweight world boxing champions both have PhDs... The two researchers are the Ukrainian heavyweight boxers and brothers Wladimir and Vitali Klitschko.Wladimir Klitschko, called "Dr. Steel Hammer"(born 25 March 1976, Semipalatinsk, Kazakhstan), currently holds … Continue reading

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Serotonin Blocker May Build New Bone in Osteoporotic Mice by Decreasing GI Serotonin Levels

From WebMD:When investigators treated mice with an experimental drug that stopped the gut from synthesizing serotonin, they were able to reverse severe bone loss and essentially cure osteoporosis in the animals.Serotonin May Hold Key to Halting Osteoporosis. NatureVideoChannel — February … Continue reading

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