Devices as a Commons: limits to premature recycling
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Most likely it won't surprise you, with all we learnt about Facebook... But it's worth spreading the warning to let those who might want to believe in something know...
One should always have a skeptical approach to the published numbers, and look at the definitions of the metrics that she/he finds interesting... But it's a recommended source.
Except for the use of the word "adherence", which then contradicts some of the recommendations, this is an interesting review
GANs can be used to automatically design dental crowns, that are then actually manufactured and used in the physical world. Crowns need to be made specifically for each patient and need to fit correctly with the other teeth and support biting and chewing.
Martina; Costantino; Giulia
Salvo; Giovanni; Falla
"Mental ill-health and wellbeing at age 14: Initial findings from the Millennium Cohort Study Age 14" [PDF]
...Some expected findings, some that challenge a few common mental health stereotypes...
recruiting for a Head of User Research for the UK Government...
The societal consequences of social ratings and profiles...
What happens when 30 million people are mis-diagnosed as having hypertension? Harm.
If anyone still had doubts...
"Authors and editors should be expected to invest the same amount of time on a literature review for historical questions as they do for the most recent consensus work in their own field. The payoff would be greater accuracy in historical claims and better science. As citations themselves become minable data, historical methods demand due acknowledgment"
"Brain-to-brain coupling during handholding is associated with pain reduction"
... EEG data during this interesting phenomenon of social touch analgesia ! http://www.pnas.org/content/early/2018/02/16/1703643115 …
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State of health in EU
Real-World Effectiveness of Pharmacologic Treatments for Prevention of Rehospitalization in a Finnish Nationwide Cohort of Patients With Bipolar Disorder. https://jamanetwork.com/journals/jamapsychiatry/article-abstract/2673379
… lithium use associated with lowest risk of rehospitalization because of mental or somatic disorder.
"Behind the planning, organisation and settling into the house, we see in the Morocco project a willingness to understand community living in its most essential aspects. The drive to understand, experiment and document a way of life that might be on the edge by today’s standards, but quite possibly the baseline of tomorrow’s paradigm."
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