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This Thanksgiving, why not enjoy a Cthurkey while you contemplate the many health hazards embodied by America’s favorite celebration of gluttony? And if you are a future radiologist, you might be as demoralized as Ellie Ginn, Tony Rosenberg, Dylan Todd, and Kaci McCleary were to learn about a UIowa/UC-Davis study that finds pigeons are just as good at it as you’ll ever be.
The new heroin epidemic has caught the attention of Iowans, and the UI hosted a conference this week in the hopes of figuring out what to do about it. Meanwhile, if you’re still unsure about the health benefits of coffee, a Harvard study of 208,501 health care providers’ risk of mortality shows you’re better off throwing back several cups a day, so pass the creamer. And thanks to Kaci’s melodious voice, Dave has a new ringtone.
- Association of Coffee Consumption with Total and Cause-Specific Mortality in Three Large Prospective Cohorts
- Study finds pigeons uncommonly good at distinguishing cancerous from normal breast tissue
- Men Overeat to Impress Women
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