Suddenly, everybody’s saying it: the scientific and medical literature is riddled with poor studies, irreproducible results, concealed data and sloppy mistakes.
On March 25, The Times published an article headlined “Schools struggle with attention disorder ‘avalanche’”.
In 2008, the then-Government launched a research project called “Amplifying the voice of Muslim students”
Have you ever wondered about the rising popularity of a word?
Scientists from the US are the most prone to dishonesty, claims a new paper (1) in the Journal of Medical Ethics.
Earlier this month, lots of media attention was paid to a new analysis concluding that giving birth at home tripled the chances of the baby dying.
The coroner who held the inquests into the victims of Harold Shipman has said that all deaths of babies in hospital should be reported to the local coroner.