Tyler Wellington

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Apologies in advance to the editorial staff and to the larger Science in Society community for this post, but I think it warrants mention that the innovations I proposed in the abstract as a first-

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Last week, I spent a little time talking about the differential effects of graphic versus text-only warning labels on cigarette packs.  Research verifies that the more jarring, graphic labels actua

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Sorry for the delay, I was in Mexico City this past week.  It's a beautiful city that in almost no way resembles the crime-ridden streets and smog-filled air that had been described to me.  Every o

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Until very recently, I had assumed that the growing wealth of information provided by online search engines, both scientific and otherwise, was an unambiguously good thing.  It turns out that might