06/20/14

Featured

Findings Contrary to Hypotheses or Popular Beliefs

Sleep and Light

Transportation

Clinical

Food

Drugs

Exercise

Caloric Restriction-Related

Psychology

Parental Control / Effects

Cognitive Function / Academics

Surgery

Temperature

Gut Microbiota

Methods

Genetics

Neuroscience

Epidemiology

Stigma

Evolution, Energetics & Ecology

Media & Rhetoric

Policy Related

Basic Science

Commentary

Video

General Science

Announcements

06/13/14

Featured

Findings Contrary to Hypotheses or Popular Ideas

Light

Surgery      

Psychology

Policy Related

Neuroscience

Mortality

Methods

Gut Microbiome

Fructose Confusion

Food

Exercise     

Epidemiology

Energetics, Evolution, & Ecology

Drugs

Computational  

Clinical

Basic Science

Adipose Tissue

Bone

General Science

Commentary

Announcements

06/06/14

Featured

Findings Contrary to Hypotheses or Popular Beliefs

Imagination Stretchers

Basic Science

Falls and Fractures

Clinical

Stigma

Food

Circadian Clock

Evolution, Energetics and Ecology

Epidemiology

Sugar-Sweetened Beverages

Exercise

Body Composition

Psychology

Policy Related

Methods

General Science

Videos on Food and the Brain

Commentary

Announcement

05/30/14

Featured

Findings Contrary to Hypotheses or Popular Beliefs

Basic Science

Gut Microbiota

Clinical

Drugs

Evolution, Energetics & Ecology 

Epidemiology

Mortality

Exercise

Food

Schools

Methods

Simulation

Policy Related and Ethics

Commentary

Economics

Stigma

Sugars

General Science

Video/Audio

Announcements

05/23/14

Featured

Findings Contrary to Hypotheses or Popular Beliefs

Stigma

Food

Gut Microbiota

Economics

Drugs

Sugars & Sweeteners

Exercise

Clinical

Epidemiology

Aging

Mortality

Longevity

Genetics

Evolution, Energetics & Ecology

Policy Related

Basic Science

Pregnancy

Methods

Video

Commentary

General Science

Announcements

Erratum

  • Previous entry: A Program was followed by increased Fruit and Vegetable Intake, yet no weight loss was observed. While the abstract says 'Food security status and weight status did not significantly change', the main article says 'Due to the short length of the program, we did not repeat the Food Security Module or height and weight measurements at post-assessment as changes were not anticipated.' Author confirms for us that weight was never measured post-treatment – abstract was in error.

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