Wednesday, July 11, 2007

Health Blog Carnival Watch 1:4

Grand Rounds 3:42
In this edition of the week's best medical blogging, Tara C. Smith opens her excellent presentation with one of my favourite topics, health and critical thinking. In her own field, public health, she shows us posts about teen pregnancies, HIV in Africa, vaccination issues in the western world and more. The show goes on with research and findings, patient perspectives, musings on the job, controversies and best of the rest. Highly recommended as ever.
July 10, 2007 at Aetiology

Carnival of Life, Happiness and Meaning #10
This carnival presents a collection of posts about addiction, personal development, motivation and time management, coping with stress, distraction and learning issues, and many more.
July 9, 2007 at Life Insurance Lowdown

Mendel's Garden #16
Like Gene Genie, this is a scientific carnival with a public scope, discussing the implications of genetic research. Hsien Hsien Lei presents a bunch of very interesting posts - Med Journal Watch has the honour to be ranked top: stem cells, collaboration of genes, inner clock, genetic engineering and artificial intelligence, genetic aspects of various diseases, and other research findings and public issues.
July 8, 2007 at Eye on DNA

Carnival of Family Life
This carnival, presented by the Expatriate Chef, has a very broad scope: Besides personal experiences it also collects a number of health related and parenting tips.
July 8, 2007 at Expatriate's Kitchen

A Very Public Diet
In her weekly carnival, Anna Farmery presents tips about maintaining low weight, healthy habits, eating more often, keeping diary, low fat recipes and more.
July 6, 2007 at MiddleAgeShed

Skeptics Circle 64
Read what happens when the skeptics hijack the official website of the New Truth University (NTU). By following the links, you have the unique opportunity to earn degrees in Coldology, Malariology, Homeopathy, Mercurology (especially Mercury and Vaccines) and Alty Medicine. You even may take courses in Liberal Arts. Highly recommended although the NTU officials strongly warn against following the links.
July 4, 2007 at the skeptical alchemist

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