Written by Devon Olson, Research & Education Librarian Happy New Year! Have a bunch of copyright-free books, songs, and movies! No, really. For the first time since 1998, copyright law has not been extended for a mass of works created before 1923. […]
In 2006, Stuart Slavin began work on an initiative to improve medical student well-being at Saint Louis University School of Medicine. The project was created with a simple model – three components guided the well-being initiative: (1) Reduce unnecessary stressors and […]
Go ahead – turn up those Christmas carols! It turns out there is a real connection between music and health and wellness. The most recent issue of the MedlinePlus magazine includes an interview with the well-known soprano, Renée Fleming, in which she talks about […]
Written by experienced science journalists and field experts, the Retraction Watch blog has reported on retractions of scientific papers for over eight years. As a complement to their blog, the authors have launched a searchable database of more than 18,000 […]
Everyone loves a juicy retractions story, right? Apparently this prominent food researcher may have falsified loads of data. Ever heard of “p-hacking”?